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Why choose Charterhouse Square Private School

At Charterhouse Square School we share the high hopes you have for your child and we have a proven track record for giving them the education, ambition, confidence and social skills they need to take the next crucial step in their academic careers. Our Independent private school is ideally located in the heart of London (EC1), with access to some of the City’s most inspiring and historical locations.

Our track record in the exam hall and the abilities of our boys and girls have earned us an excellent reputation at many of London’s most prestigious senior schools.

Our outstanding reputation

Charterhouse Square School is outstanding in every area. So says the report issued by the School Inspection Service after their visit here in March 2016

Our academic results

Every year we see our girls and boys win places at their chosen senior schools, including some of the capital’s most prestigious institutions

Our high standards

We expect a great deal from our boys and girls but we also give them the support and encouragement they need to be able to rise to the challenge

Our happy parents and pupils

We foster a welcoming, open atmosphere at the school so that our girls, boys, parents and teachers all come together to form a strong supportive community

‘Designated SENCo provides one-to-one support and booster groups for children with SEN, which accounts for a handful of the school’s intake. The nature of the school building (five flights of stairs) may make it unsuitable for pupils with physical disabilities.’

‘Pastoral care is paramount and school employs a number of highly effective strategies to help pupils feel safe. Older pupils can make use of classroom ‘feelings boxes’ to share concerns privately with teachers, and the ‘buddy’ system supports new pupils. Every parent we spoke to raved about this: ‘It’s a great system as it makes new children feel less intimidated and older children rise to the responsibility of looking after the younger ones.’

Read more of The Good Schools Guide’s review here