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Our Leaver Destinations
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Our Leaver Destinations

Chepstow House School has forged some strong links with all of the destination senior schools. In year 5 the senior leadership team and the class teachers begin the process of supporting parents through the 11+ and 13+ assessment procedures. This process continues throughout year 6, giving guidance for parents to choose the right fitted school for their child. The wide selection of senior day and boarding schools attained demonstrates our ability to offer choice across the board for all children.

Girl’s destination schools – 2018 – 2024

American School in London, Brighton College (Brighton), Brighton Prep (Kensington), Cheltenham Ladies, City of London Girls, Downe House, Emanuel, Francis Holland Regents Park, Francis Holland Sloane Square, Godolphin and Latymer, Halcyon, Harrodian, Highgate, Holland Park, Jeanne Manuel, Kensington Park School, Latymer, Leighton Park, Maida Vale, More House, North London Collegiate School, Notting Hill and Ealing High School, Putney High, Queen’s College, Queen’s Gate, St James’, St Mary’s Calne, St Marylebone, St Paul’s Girls, St Swithun’s, Southbank, South Hampstead High School, Wycombe Abbey

Boy’s destination schools – 2018 – 2024

American School in London, Belmont, Brighton, City of London Boys, Charterhouse, Cott Hill, Durston House Prep, Eagle House, Eton, Emanuel, Fulham Prep, Fulham Senior, Halcyon, Harrow, Holland Park, Halcyon, Harrodian, Highgate, Hurstpoint, Ibstock, Kew, Kings College Wimbledon, Latymer, Ludgrove, Maida Vale, Mill Hill, The Oratory, St Edwards (Teddies), St Benedicts, St Paul’s Boys, Thomas’ Senior, UCS, Westminster, Wetherby Prep, Wetherby Senior, Wellington, Winchester

Pupils make excellent progress in a wide range of subjects. This is the result of consistently outstanding teaching across the school.

The quality of teaching is outstanding. Teachers have high expectations of behaviour and achievement, so pupils enjoy learning, are focused and make rapid and often outstanding progress.