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Headmasters Welcome

Home → Our Vision Headmaster’s Welcome Chris GodwinHeadmaster The Hall School provides exceptional teaching to some of the brightest boys in London to develop in them the skills for a lifetime of learning that will stimulate rewarding, diverse and distinctive lives. I feel very fortunate to lead a school with …

Aims & Ethos

Home → Our Vision Aims & Ethos The Purpose of The Hall The purpose of The Hall is to provide high-quality education for boys aged 4 to 13 years. ‘Education’ encompasses providing an environment conducive to sharing and forming knowledge, skills, values, beliefs and habits through discussion, teaching, training and research …

Values & Habits for Learning

Home → Our Vision Values & Habits for Learning The quality of relationships is vital in shaping our life together as a learning community at The Hall, empowering boys to flourish both within the school and beyond. These relationships are built upon a core set of values at the heart …

School History

Home → Our Vision School History The Hall School traces its roots back to 1889 when the Reverend Francis Wrottesley set up his own school, primarily to educate his own growing family of boys. He took in other paying pupils and so the Belsize School for Boys was born. He …

School Development

Home → Our Vision School Development Due to the current school closures and COVID-19 health and safety measures, regrettably we have had to postpone the start of the demolition works scheduled for July 2020. The Governors will be monitoring the situation with a view to re-starting the Space to Soar …

Diversity and Inclusion

Home → Our Vision Diversity and Inclusion 2020 will long be remembered as a significant and unprecedented year, in which the foundations on which our societies are built have been truly shaken in many different ways. A good deal of our attention has been concentrated on the response to Covid-19 and …

Priorities

Home → Our Vision → Diversity and Inclusion Priorities Development of the culture Development of an inclusive culture and community with diversity recognised, valued and celebrated.Reflect on how we communicate the value and importance of an inclusive community.Ensuring freedom of speech and tolerance, whilst understanding what “freedom of speech” entails.Responding …

SENIOR SCHOOL

23 Crossfield Road, London NW3 4NU
Office: 020 7722 1700
office@hallschool.co.uk

MIDDLE SCHOOL

54 Eton Ave, London NW3 3HN
Office: 020 7722 1700
office@hallschool.co.uk

JUNIOR SCHOOL

69 Belsize Park, London NW3 4EH
Office: 020 7722 5456
junior@hallschool.co.uk
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