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Broomwood Pre-Prep

68-74 Nightingale Lane, London, SW12 8NR

Broomwood Hall Lower School is a Pre-Preparatory school for children aged 3-7. It forms one of the four schools comprising Northwood Schools. From September 2023, this group will be known as ‘Broomwood’. Broomwood Hall Lower School will be known as...

Phone: 02086828810

Website: www.broomwood.com

Head: Ms Caron Mackay

Registrar Details:

Alex Solomon

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Broomwood Hall Lower School is a Pre-Preparatory school for children aged 3-7. It forms one of the four schools comprising Northwood Schools. From September 2023, this group will be known as ‘Broomwood’. Broomwood Hall Lower School will be known as Broomwood Pre-Prep. 

Broomwood Hall Lower School is academically non-selective, and welcomes all children. Admission is very competitive, with priority admission given to current pupils’ siblings, children of alumni, and nursery children from other Duke’s Education schools. Broomwood Hall Lower’s philosophy is that “if a child is happy, they will learn and thrive.” At the start of Class 2, students are allocated to one of the four Lower School Houses: Malala, Donaldson, Attenborough or Peake. This system encourages team spirit and for each student to feel a part of a larger community. For each House, a boy and a girl are chosen as the House Captains. 

The school uses a combined thematic and mastery approach to their pupils’ literacy and numeracy. Specialist teachers are brought in for art, drama, music and PE, alongside the pupils’ thematic classroom approach with their teachers. There is automatic progression for Broomwood Hall Lower School pupils into Broomwood Hall Upper School (the girls’ school for ages 8-13) or Northcote Lodge (the boys’ school for ages 8-13).

Sector: Independent

Type: Junior School

Day/Boarding: Day Only

Setting: City

Total Pupils: 573

Ages Covered: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7

Gender: Co-ed

Religious Ethos: Christian

Opening Date: 1/31/1985

Sibling Policy: Yes

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Selection: Not Academically Selective