Charterhouse Square School is based in Central London and provides an exceptional education to children from Early Years to Upper School Years. At Charterhouse Square we pride ourselves on the happiness of our pupils and the quality of our academic results.
Our teachers and support staff all support our ethos and are committed to creating the perfect environment for your children to thrive; both academically and socially. By sticking to this ethos, we can be confident in saying that all Charterhouse pupils are given the perfect platform to achieve their maximum potential.
Our Headmistress Caroline Lloyd explains why so many parents want their children to share in the happiness and success of Charterhouse Square School.
History & Ethos
Our reputation for academic excellence stretches back over three decades – with the past few years in particular seeing success after success.
Academic Quality & Results
The success that our pupils enjoy in the classroom and in later exams is not down to chance. It is built on superb teaching and high expectations.
Charterhouse Square School is outstanding in all areas. That was the judgement of the School Inspection Service in 2016 and Ofsted in 2012.
Nowhere is the quality of our education more visible than in the consistent success of our children when applying to their chosen senior schools.
We follow a range of policies and procedures to ensure that you and your child have a happy, enjoyable and fulfilling experience as part of our school.
Our academic success is down to the quality of our teaching and support staff, who contribute so much to the happy, purposeful culture of the school.
Teacher Parent Network
Like Charterhouse Square School itself, our Teacher Parent Network has a unique character that adds to the close-knit culture of our school community.
It takes a special blend of skills and personal qualities to become a member of our experienced, passionate and committed teaching and support staff.
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