The School Ethos and Aims

The School's Ethos & Aims

The School provides a full and rounded education with pupils transferring to senior School at thirteen-plus.

The School is responsive to individual needs and develops the strength and personality of each boy, whilst encouraging a sense of responsibility, the growth of self-respect, and an understanding of community values.

Lyndhurst House promotes the core values of decency, tolerance, understanding and sympathy. In all areas of School life, the School provides opportunities for pupils to find fulfilment, enjoyment, and the chance to excel.

Lyndhurst is a warm, safe environment in which boys develop their talents and initiative, and where they receive an excellent early education. The School prides itself on its results, on the breadth of its education, and the individual attention that is given to each boy by the dedicated and experienced staff. New boys quickly feel at home, and there is a natural progression at thirteen to senior schools.

A priority is to develop the strengths and personality of each boy, whilst also encouraging a sense of responsibility ...

Independent Schools Inspectorate

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Common Entrance Results

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

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Term Dates

Summer Term 2018

Term Begins Wednesday 18 April

Half Term 28 May to 1 June

Term Ends Friday 6 July

Autumn Term 2018

Term Begins Wednesday 5 September

Half Term 22 to 26 October

Term Ends Friday 14 December

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