VIRTUAL OPEN DAY VIDEO
Due to social distancing measures, we are now holding our Open Day events virtually.
Please view our Virtual Open Day Video and email your queries to email@example.com.
We will have a separate Open Day for those joining the Sixth Form, a date will be confirmed soon.
Welcome to Hall School Wimbledon, the inclusive, independent
co-educational school for pupils aged 5 to 18.
A very warm welcome to Hall School Wimbledon, the only co-educational, non-selective all-through school in Wimbledon.
The core values of Hall School Wimbledon are its 3 Is- Inclusive, Individual and Inspiring.This is our DNA and gives us direction, provides cohesion and a sense of mission. From our youngest Junior pupils to our Sixth Form students - all pupils and students are valued regardless of academic prowess, artistic flair or sporting ability, with opportunities for all to join in and try new things.
Hall School Wimbledon is committed to an education that has the wellbeing of each pupil at its heart; to develop individuals who thrive and flourish in the fullest sense. We aim to equip our pupils to be happy and confident, form lasting relationships with others, and develop them into well-rounded individuals able to take on the challenges life throws at them – essential skills for succeeding in today’s complex, fast-moving world!
From the staff to the pupil body, our community is warm and welcoming. Our school is a nurturing place, which has often been described as having that unique family atmosphere. Personable, passionate and committed teachers round off our community to help pupils navigate their educational career. Our small sizes, along with excellent pastoral care, enable our pupils to grow and acquire the skills and confidence to allow them to achieve their full potential.
I am privileged to work with an exceptional team of staff. This was no more evident during the recent Summer Term which saw colleagues rise to the challenge of lockdown by producing a broad and exciting full-time remote curriculum, whilst still taking a very real responsibility for the wellbeing of every one of our pupils.
Our website will only convey a fraction of the unique and special feel of our school - so please do register to see the school in action at a Virtual Open Morning.
I warmly invite you to come and visit us during our individual morning tours to experience what makes HSW so special.
Very best wishes,
Mr R Bannon
Part of HSW, Oberon Fields is a nine acre site providing a beautiful, refurbished pavilion and extensive playing fields at Lindisfarne, Wimbledon, SW20 ONQ. In addition to Sports Day, most of the school’s sporting activities such as football, cricket, rugby, athletics, rounders and soft ball take place on the site.
The Oberon Fields and Pavilion have been redeveloped to become a hub for curriculum enrichment, with teaching spaces for outdoor learning, performing arts and cookery as well as refurbished changing rooms for boys and girls. Phase Two will constitute the refurbishment of the tennis court, to include a new multi-use sporting facility and Phase Three will involve the creation of allotment areas and orchards for growing and gardening projects as well as a 'forest trail'.
This facility has been opened to the pupils of HSW since September 2020.
Why parents love Hall School Wimbledon
Outside, children were seen playing exceptionally well together, exploring the outdoor world by riding on bikes, playing in the Wendy house or on the climbing equipment. "
Both the indoor and outdoor areas are exceptionally well resourced and are set up to provide vibrant and stimulating learning environments. "
Outstanding provision in the early years prepares children for Year 1 exceptionally well. "
Children now make exceptional progress from their starting points because the learning is so well tailored to their developmental needs."
There is an excellent balance of child-initiated and adult-led activities. All are challenging, motivating and engage children’s imagination. Relationships between adults and children are exceptionally strong; adults know just when to supplement children’s learning through questioning, task extension and modelling. "
The early years provision is impressive as a result of highly effective leadership, demonstrating excellent knowledge of how children of this age learn and develop. This knowledge is used well, alongside information about children’s learning and progress, to identify the provision’s strengths and areas for development. "
The teachers, who are wonderful, and the practical experiments the children get to make... The family atmosphere and all the lovely traditions, like birthday lunches, Father Christmas coming, Easter egg hunts. The emphasis on exercise. I love that everything is so nicely presented, from the amazing art exhibitions to the displays of the children’s work in the classroom, which makes it such a nice place for the children to be in.