The Lyndhurst House parent body is very positive and friendly and the School works in close partnership with parents.
Parents are always welcome to contact the School to raise any matters they wish to discuss. The first point of contact will normally be the Class Teacher, who may refer them to the Subject Teacher or, if appropriate, to the Headmaster.
The Headmaster regularly meets parents at events at the School and is always glad to see parents over individual issues if they wish.
General information about the School is conveyed to parents by a weekly Newsletter, "The Bulletin" and by other communications from time to time.
Individual information about each boy is contained in termly reports and half-termly Grades.
There are regular Parents' Evenings for each year group so parents can discuss their son's progress directly with teachers. Appointments at other times can easily be made through the School Office.
Parents are encouraged to attend School matches, plays and concerts, in which their sons take part.
In accepting a place at Lyndhurst House, parents agree to accept the School's aims and ethos, subscribe to the School's values, and uphold its requirements of attendance and its rules.
An informal Parents' Association exists. The aims of the Friends of Lyndhurst are as follows:
Pupils develop a good knowledge of their own and other cultures and traditions.
Independent Schools Inspectorate
Congratulations to all of our Year 8 boys who have successfully passed their Common Entrance exams with some very impressive grades. They are all safely into their chosen senior schools:.City of London, Haileybury, King Edward's School Bath, Mill Hill, North Bridge House Canonbury, Teddington School, and Westminster.
Jun 18th, 2018 - FULL ARTICLE
For the weekly newsletter, the termly calendar and information for current pupils and parents.
Term Begins Wednesday 18 April
Half Term 28 May to 1 June
Term Ends Friday 6 July
Term Begins Wednesday 5 September
Half Term 22 to 26 October
Term Ends Friday 14 December