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The school was founded in 1988 by Professor Bevé Hornsby, a renowned speech and language therapist whose other interests included flying planes and ballroom dancing.
We now have 430 children enjoying an excellent Hornsby House education, on a fantastic site between Balham and Wandsworth Common.
To support every child’s personal development, we have designed our own wellbeing programme and all teaching staff are trained in mental health first aid.
Our broad and creative curriculum was recognised in our most recent inspection report with children’s achievement judged as ‘excellent’. We also have an Artsmark Gold award to our name.
Community is at the heart of a Hornsby House education. We have our own Outreach programme and have recently formed links with two local primary schools and Kang Daek School in Cambodia.
The children benefit from excellent sports provision with the use of two local facilities; Trinity Fields and Battersea Ironsides Rugby Club where we have recently built a 4G all-weather pitch.
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30 Jun 2020
Typically the Year 6 play would be a live production, but COVID-19 necessitated a change from the usual format. Never one to…
As an end of term treat, Year 6 enjoyed a very special lunch today … #pizzaexpress #whywelovehornsby https://t.co/zE64ZbAmhk
1 week ago • @HornsbyHouseSch
8 Jun 2020
In the final week of half term, Hornsby House ran their first-ever Virtual Sports Day for years 3 to 6. Children took…
"After an exciting final Sports Day at Trinity Fields, Year 6 cooled down with ice lollies and a run through the sprinklers" - Mrs. Boucher, Year 6 Form Teacher. #WhyWeLoveHornsby #BritishSummertime #FunInTheSun #SportsDay2020 https://t.co/8onr6uaT10
2 weeks ago • @HornsbyHouseSch
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3 Jun 2020
Life imitated art at Hornsby House when pupils across all year groups were encouraged to participate in an exciting, interactive project inspired…
RT @Jo_Earlsfield: Very positive meeting with @hornsbyhousesch Chestnut Grove parents, @WandsLS @LittleNinjaUK @NightingaleSMcD to discuss…
Year 6 were challenged by their science teachers to complete a STEM (Science, Technology, Maths & Engineering) project. It proved to be…
Reception had a wonderful time on Wimbledon Common … they spent their time jumping in puddles, rolling down Dragon Hill, looking for goblins and fairies in the woods and telling stories … #wildlearning #whywelovehornsby https://t.co/yZssNX2ecE