The School

Radlett Preparatory School was founded nearly 80 years ago in the centre of Radlett and moved to its present location in 1980.  We aim to provide a first class education that inspires and motivates children within a happy and supportive school. By encouraging children to work hard and respect each other, we prepare them for the next stage of their lives.

The main school is a substantial Georgian Grade II listed building, which is situated in delightful grounds which include extensive playing fields, a pond and an expanse of ancient woodland.  The site dates back to the 15th century.

The Pupils

Pupils are provided with opportunities to achieve outstanding results academically, physically, emotionally and morally.

We know how important it is to choose the right school for your child and all visits to the school are warmly welcomed.

Please contact the School Office for further details.

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Recent Events

Year 4 Visit to Rye Mead - 10/10/2019

On Thursday 10th October Year 4 visited Rye Meads nature reserve. We had a fantastic day investigating mini-beasts, pond dipping and bird watching. The children were able to use their knowledge, from our science topic on …

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Latest News

RPS Qualifies for the ISFA Finals Again!

On a blustery, cold day 13 schools participated in the Herts/Middlesex ISFA regional tournament, held once again at Aldenham School. The schools were split into two group; one of seven and one of six, with …

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This Week

Tue 15 OctAll dayHarvest Assembly - Infant
12:20Y6 Girls Football - BPSA Tournament (H)
Wed 16 Oct09:00PTA Football Tournament Y3 & Y4
12:20Y6 Boys Football - BPSA Tournament (A)
14:20Netball Y6 A & B v Stormont. (A)
Thu 17 OctAll dayHarvest Assembly - Juniors
14:15Y4 Football v Lockers Park (H)
Fri 18 OctAll day4+2020 ASSESSMENTS

Full calendar

“Pupils are excellent ambassadors for the school and their behaviour is exemplary. They have impeccable manners and show great respect towards each other and members of school staff”

Ofsted Report 2016

“Inspectors’ scrutiny of pupils’ work shows that they make better progress than pupils nationally with similar starting points”

Ofsted Report 2016

“The choice of school subjects is broad and balanced and stimulates pupils’ interest. Pupils enjoy the wide range of clubs on offer”

Ofsted Report 2016

“Personal development, behaviour and welfare – Outstanding”

Ofsted Report 2016

“Safeguarding arrangements for children in the early years are effective. Children are kept safe and risk assessments are detailed and thorough”

Ofsted Report 2016

“Teachers liaise very well with parents, which has a positive impact on promoting children’s well-being.”

Ofsted 2016

“The school’s work to promote pupils’ personal development and welfare is outstanding. Pupils told inspectors they feel safe when in school.”

Ofsted Report 2016

“Pupils enjoy coming to school. Attendance is above the national average”

Ofsted Report 2016

“Pupils are rightly proud of their school. They attend school regularly, and bullying is a rare occurrence. They behave exceptionally well”

Ofsted Report 2016