Pupils develop a high sense of self esteem, and are friendly, caring and courteous.
Independent Schools Inspectorate
There are many things that parents considering a new school want to know, and at Lyndhurst House we are always happy to talk to parents and for them to see around the School. Therefore, if you are interested in Lyndhurst for your son, please do not hesitate to let us know.
Registration may be made at any age, with the eventual offer of a place being based on an assessment and interview in the November preceding the September entry date. The assessment is to gauge a boy’s potential to follow the School’s curriculum. Candidates for entry should be of sufficient ability to be able to progress comfortably at an appropriate
There are a limited number of places available at seven-plus. Occasional vacancies may occur in other year groups and are subject to the appropriate entry selection requirements. In the case of the seven-plus intake, the assessment normally takes place in
There is a non-returnable Registration Fee of £100. On acceptance of a place, parents become liable for the first term’s fees and a deposit is payable. The deposit is set against the fees of a boy’s last term.
All personal information relating to you and your child is used in accordance with the School Privacy Notice. If you have any questions as to why it is needed, please check the Privacy Notice which can be found on this website or ask the Admissions office.
We are very proud of our recent inspection report from the Independent Schools Inspectorate.
Pupils’ achievements and personal development were both judged as “Excellent” (the top grade).
Please find the key findings below:
Dec 18th, 2019