Friends of Rupert House

To be successful, every independent school needs and expects the co-operation of its parents, who must understand and embrace the school’s mission, share its core values and fully support its curriculum, pupils and staff.

Working together, with a common set of beliefs and purposes, the school and its parents form a powerful team.  This has far-reaching positive effects for the children and the entire school community.  The Friends of Rupert House is not a Parent Teacher Association, but a group of parents supporting the pupils' learning experience and welcoming parents to the school community.  It is not the role of Friends to get involved in the day-to-day running of the school.

The Friends of Rupert House represents parents from all parts of the school.  Our principal aims are:

  • to support and enhance pupils’ experience at Rupert House
  • to subsidise, through fundraising, added 'extras' for the children
  • to encourage a sense of community within the parent body
  • to participate in fundraising for School projects and to provide financial and other help to the School and/or its associated charities
  • to contribute to the overall welfare, happiness and success of Rupert House

Friends' Meetings

All parents are welcome to attend the Friends of Rupert House Meetings, which are held in the French Room.

Friends of Rupert House Documents

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