Chapter House is a vibrant and engaging school with a warm family atmosphere. Children are welcomed from three months old and stay with us until Year 5, allowing them to build strong relationships with fellow pupils and their teachers.
"Our aim is to provide the most supportive learning environment for each pupil, so that individuals develop the skills and knowledge they need to thrive and are fully prepared for the challenges and opportunities in the next stage of their education.
"We are focused on encouraging every one of our pupils to achieve their full potential, whatever their talents and abilities, and we pride ourselves on enabling our children to become confident, independent and enthusiastic members of the QE community."
Head of Chapter House, Karen Kilkenny
In February 2019, the Independent Schools Inspectorate judged the Chapter House Early Years provision as ‘Outstanding’ across all areas, praising the 'excellent care and learning experiences that the setting provides’. Chapter House has also achieved the Primary Science Quality Mark Gilt, the Quality Mark for its Early Years provision and the Quality Mark for Primary Provision.
Chapter House is split into the following learning stages; Queen's Kindergarten (3 months to 3 years), Nursery & Reception (4-5 years), Pre-preparatory (Years 1-2) and Preparatory for Juniors (Years 3-5). The Early Years Foundation covers all children across the Kindergarten, Nursery and Reception classes.
- Our Approach to Learning
- Early Years Foundation
- Queen's Kindergarten for children - 3 months to 3 years
- Nursery & Reception - 3 to 5 years
- Pre-Preparatory - Years 1 and 2
- Preparatory - Years 3, 4 and 5
- Co-curricular and Pastoral Provision
- Beyond Chapter House - Raising Aspirations for the Future
"Chapter House is very welcoming, and it is easy to make friends with lots of different children."
Ava, Year 4
"I like this school because it makes me feel safe. My favourite lesson is PE because we get to do lots of different sports."
Austin, Year 2
"I think the lessons are fantastic and the things we are learning are clearly explained to us."
Amy, Year 4