Jack and Jill School is a non-selective pre-preparatory school located on two sites in the residential areas
of Hampton and Twickenham, in South West London.
There are currently 59 pupils in the main school, with 23 pupils in the Reception class. One hundred and
fourteen pupils attend the nursery, some part time and some full time. Twelve of these receive state
The school aims to `give children a memorable and enjoyable start to school life and lay firm foundations
for their future years of education'. It was opened in 1951 and seeks in its teaching methods and expectations to create a `home from home' environment for girls aged from two to seven years, with admission for boys in the Nursery only. When they finish Year 2 most girls transfer to local independent preparatory schools.
The majority of pupils are of White British heritage. A small minority, who speak a variety of languages,
enter with English as an additional language. There are currently no pupils registered at the school who
are identified as disabled or having special educational needs.
The current Principal is also the proprietor of the school. There is no governing body. A breakfast club operates on both sites for Jack and Jill. The breakfast club at Twickenham runs from
08.00 until 9.00 and that at Hampton runs from 07.45 until 08.45. There is also extended care after school at the Hampton site which runs from 15.15 until 18.00. This is managed by the school.
There is an `extended day' childcare facility from 15:00 until 18:00 run at Twickenham for children aged
from two to 11 years from the school and from other local independent and maintained schools. This was
not inspected at this inspection.
The school was last inspected in September 2008.
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