Rupert House is a happy and high-achieving independent Pre-Prep and Prep School for boys and girls aged 3-11 years. We stand proudly at the heart of the beautiful riverside town of Henley-on-Thames. From the moment that children enter our care they are encouraged to adopt a Growth Mindset learning the values of creativity, respect, courage and resilience that will enable them to stand tall in the world.
Our experience with Rupert House and the wonderful support from teachers, staff and the friends we have made, is one of the reasons we have decided to stay in the area.
At Rupert House we are fortunate to be surrounded by a wealth of fantastic facilities with which we have built strong ties and collaborations. From the Rowing Club to the Rugby club, the local churches to the Kenton Theatre, the sports centre to the Cricket Club, our provision extends way beyond our school buildings and grounds.
acres (approx.) housing fantastic facilities including dedicated Art & Science labs, newly refurbished DT room, 3 libraries, 4 tennis courts, Forest School, All-weather pitch, Sports field and pavilion. Plus we have use of Henley Rugby Club, Cricket Club and local swimming pools.
core values are at the heart of everything we do: Courage, Creativity, Respect and Resilience.
sports fixtures each year
number of extra-curricular activities including judo, gymnastics, rugby, tennis, hockey, break dancing, think tank, drumming, animation, drama (LAMDA) and jazz dance
of our Year 6 pupils were offered places at all the independent senior schools they applied to in 2021
average teacher to pupil ratio
scholarships and awards won by 11 pupils in 2021. Many were also successful in passing the 11+ Grammar School exams
average number of pupils in each class
shortlisted for an Independent Schools of the Year Award for 'Outstanding Reponse to Covid-19'
A Rupert House education coincides for many children, parents and staff with some of the happiest times of their life and the lifelong values of courage, creativity, respect and resilience that we embrace are as important today as they have ever been.