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Life Skills

Home → School Life → Wellbeing Life Skills Life Skills at The Hall School focuses on developing the boys’ personal and social skills to support them in making the best of their opportunities both inside and outside the classroom. The boys are prompted to consider three main areas of their …

The Junior School

Home → School Life → Junior School The Junior School

Art and Ceramics

Home → School Life → Co-Curricular Art and Ceramics The Art and Ceramics departments provide a safe and open environment enabling boys to feel free to interpret, discover and reflect, expressing their ideas and feelings in unique and positive ways. Pupils are encouraged to work independently, in order to build …

Drama

Home → School Life → The Arts Drama Drama is an important and flourishing element of a Hall pupil’s experience. All boys participate in drama as the subject is taught through the curriculum in the Junior School and as a separate lesson from Year 4 upwards. Cooperation, empathy and confidence …

Wilf Slack Playing Fields

Home → School Life → Physical Education & Games Wilf Slack Playing Fields Our games lessons and fixtures against other schools take place at the Wilf Slack Playing Fields in Finchley, a 15 minute journey from The Hall. In recent years, the facility has been upgraded significantly with the refurbishment …

After School Clubs

Home → School Life → Co-Curricular After School Clubs On any given evening, the school is alive with activities involving boys and staff. The programme varies slightly from term to term but there is always a selection of the creative, the sporting, the intellectual and even some which are purely …

Trips and Activities

Home → School Life → Co-Curricular Trips and Activities Throughout the year a variety of curriculum trips take place to support the learning in a number of subject areas. In the Autumn Term for example, there is a Year 8 Geography field trip to Swanage, a cultural trip to Southwark …

6th Form Society

Home → School Life → Co-Curricular 6th Form Society The 6th Form Society in 1990 The Society was created by Rev. R.A. Cooper and inaugurated at a meeting in the Billiard Room no less, on 1st February 1957, with 27 boys present. The then Headmaster declared the following criteria should …

Scouts and Cubs

Home → School Life → Co-Curricular Scouts and Cubs The 8th Hampstead The Hall School has its own cub and scout group, founded in 1923 – The 8th Hampstead. The group, for boys aged 8 to 13, meets every Wednesday evening at school in term time and boys take part …

Curriculum Overview

Home → School Life → Academic Curriculum Overview We provide a multifaceted and broad curriculum in which academic, creative, physical, social, moral and spiritual elements are intrinsic and important parts. Through its delivery we aim to support the boys in: Developing a sense of understanding of themselves and the importance …

Digital Learning

Home → School Life → Academic Digital Learning The school is committed to developing a range of digital learning resources and providing a variety of technological opportunities for our pupils. As intelligent and discerning learners with the capacity and appetite to learn from a variety of sources and situations, the …

Progress and Reporting

Home → School Life → Academic Progress and Reporting Boys are more able to make meaningful progress in their learning when they understand where they are in terms of effort and achievement and where they ought to be going next. We use a range of assessment methods to monitor and …

Enrichment

Home → School Life → Academic Enrichment “The more I learn, the more I learn that I need to learn more” ― unknown The key purpose of the Enrichment Programme is to coordinate and promote the vast range of academic enrichment opportunities available at and through The Hall, with a …

Learning Support

Home → School Life → Academic Learning Support At The Hall, our objective is to ensure that all boys who have disabilities or require learning support have equal opportunities to access all areas of the curriculum. Support encompasses assistance for pupils considered to be dyslexic or dyspraxic, or with other …

Academic Achievement

Home → School Life → Academic Academic Achievement At the end of Year 8 our boys leave us to move on to a range of very good senior schools. The majority of the boys will move on to a London day school; around twenty to twenty-five boys commonly join St …

Learning Map

Home → School Life → Academic Learning Map Hall boys have a fulfilling and exciting week, enriched both personally and socially, experiencing huge breadth and depth in the curriculum. From his earliest days with us, every boy is encouraged and supported to delve into the variety of learning on offer. …

Music Information

Home → School Life → Music School Music Information Through largely practical activities in class lessons, boys have the opportunity to develop an enjoyment and appreciation of a wide range of music. They are encouraged and enthused to participate in musical activities and are able to improve their social skills …

Music School Staff

Home → School Life → Music School Music School Staff Academic Staff Willem SteynDirector of Music Willem Steyn was born in Pretoria, South Africa. He studied music, specialising in the organ, at the University of Port Elizabeth, Hoocheschool Voor de Kunsten in Utrecht, the Academy for the Performing Arts in …

Happiness

Home → Wellbeing Happiness We are fully committed to the happiness, welfare and wellbeing of our pupils. We want them to flourish, to develop confidence in themselves, resilience and sensitivity to others. We aim to do all we can to set them up for meaningful, happy and satisfying lives, once …

The Music School

Home → School Life → Music School The Music School There is a vibrant and thriving musical environment at The Hall. The atmosphere of inclusive, purposeful music-making in the school is greatly respected and the majority of boys choose to become involved in the wider musical life of the school …

Design Technology

Home → School Life → The Arts Design and Technology In Design and Technology opportunities are provided for pupils to combine their design and making skills with their knowledge and understanding, to create high-quality products. We enable students to actively contribute to the creativity, culture, wealth and well-being of themselves and …

Physical Education & Games

Home → School Life → Physical Education & Games Physical Education & Games At The Hall we aim to provide a challenging, enjoyable and rewarding curriculum that engages all students. We have an ethos that encourages all boys to take part in our extensive and varied Physical Education (PE) and …

The Junior School

Home → School Life → Junior School The Junior School Kevin DobsonHead of the Junior School The Junior School is where your son’s learning journey begins.  Our aim is to build strong foundations and foster a love of learning from the outset.  Our child-centred environment and nurturing approach inspire the …

Eco Schools

Home → School Life Eco Schools Eco Schools Seven Steps In the autumn of 2018, The Hall had its first Eco-Committee meeting, elected its first committee and opened discussions to decide on how to make The Hall a more eco-friendly place. The word Eco means not harming the environment. In …

Early Years Foundation Stage

Home → School Life → Junior School Early Years Foundation Stage Our Early Years Foundation Stage is comprised of three Reception classes of up to 18 boys, housed in a separate building next to the Junior School, joined by a play area. In Reception, our curriculum is designed to give …

Year 1 – Year 3

Home → School Life → Junior School Year 1 – Year 3 The boys transition from the EYFS with great fluidity.  A thorough handover between Reception and Year 1 teachers ensures a working understanding of the individual progress of each boy.  Learning across curriculum areas in Year 1 to 3 …

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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