Connaught House School was established in 1953 and the school has been on its present site on
the corner of Connaught Square, near Hyde Park in London, since 1956. The school is based in a
Grade II Georgian town house with classrooms on five storeys.
The school admits children between the ages of four and 11. The number of pupils on roll has
risen since the last inspection from 67 to 87. The school was last inspected in November 2009.
Pupils are prepared for a range of entrance examinations, including Common Entrance and the
11+. Boys go on to other preparatory schools at the age of eight and girls mainly move to
independent schools at the age of 11.
Just over a quarter of pupils speak English as an additional language and a broad range of
ethnic heritages are represented at the school.
There are very few disabled pupils and pupils who have special educational needs. There are no
pupils with statements of special educational needs. The school uses no additional provision.
The school aims to `create a happy environment which fosters cheerful, motivated and interested
children who not only have confidence in their own abilities, but also a considerate awareness of
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