• Rupert House is academically inspiring

  • Rupert House is co-educational

  • Rupert House is at the heart of Henley

  • Rupert House is active

  • Rupert House is for life

Sandra Anness

I began teaching at Rupert House in 1993 in the Lower School.

I moved to the Upper School a few years later as class teacher to teach Year 3 and also taught Design and Technology throughout Upper School. I retired in 2007.

I loved every minute of my time at Rupert House and it holds a very dear place in my heart.

To my great delight, in recent years, our Grandchildren Finley, Ralph and Aoife-Rose Anness have attended the school.

Finley and Ralph are now at Abingdon and Aoife-Rose is in Year 5.