Welcome to Hall School Wimbledon, the inclusive, independent co-educational school for pupils aged 4 to 16. We believe that anything is possible and that every pupil must engage fully in his or her own learning. Our nurturing pastoral care and broad curriculum supports your child on this journey.
Of course, results are important. In 2018, 62% of GCSE examinations at Hall School Wimbledon were awarded the top grades 9 to 6. These successes enable our Year 11 leavers to take up places at leading academic and creative Sixth Forms. Our results significantly exceed those of other comparable non-selective schools. However, our academic ethos is shaped by a view that cultivating characteristics of resilience, adaptability, confidence, good humour, collaboration and empathy are just as important to our pupils’ long-term success. These are the qualities which make our Senior School leavers effective independent learners, and future leaders of society in a challenging world.
One of the special features of our school is the unique HSW Homework System, which is introduced in the Junior School. Pupils start to take responsibility for getting their own work done, which enables them to consolidate and review their learning each day, while maintaining a healthy balance between school and family life.
Hall School Wimbledon’s story began in only 1990, with a group of nine children in Wimbledon Village Hall. Our school was founded with a philosophy of doing things differently. Since then, we have grown. Now part of Chatsworth Schools, we educate boys and girls aged 4 to 16, with pupils achieving success in academic, musical, sporting and artistic spheres. Our leavers are confident but not arrogant, equipped with tools to embrace the challenges that lie ahead.
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Headmaster’s Welcome – Start of new academic year
Last September in my first assembly to the school I talked about the great GCSE results achieved by last year’s Year 11, and set this year’s group the challenge to beat that standard… The news is that they did not …