Welcome to NappyValleyNet 2016 schools guide.
Last year NappyValleyNet published its very first SW London Schools Guide. We did this in response to the sheer number of questions posted on our website: education was, and still is, one of the most popular topics among our 385,000 visitors.
The reaction was, quite frankly, astonishing, so this year we decided to do it all over again, but even bigger and better.
New for 2016 we look at preschool options, local SEN resources and the forthcoming national exam changes, alongside pages of education advice from leading local schools.
And that’s in addition to a raft of relevant school profiles, interviews with new incoming heads, guidance on the correct amount of homework, how to help your child cope with exam stress and making the most of school open days and tours.
There are also email reminder sign-ups for the most important dates, such as application deadlines and entrance exams.
We hope this guide will help you navigate through your family’s entire education journey and, as always, we would love your feedback on what we can do better next year.

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Education News

Staying connected in the real world: Thrive Day at Woldingham School

We are now in the third year of our Thrive programme – learning for life, not just for exams. We aim to help the girls develop resilience, to overcome the everyday challenges that we all face – accepting that failing is the way we learn (and therefore not a bad thing) and to face change […]

West End guest hosts free Singing & Drama Workshop for Little Voices, Teddington

Following the success in neighbouring Putney and East Sheen, national performing arts organisation ‘Little Voices’ is celebrating opening up its first centre in Teddington, Richmond upon Thames by staging a free singing and drama inspired workshop for local youngsters delivered by West End guest Sarah Harlington. Sarah is best known for playing character Serena Katz […]

Professor Lord Winston and the Director of National Gallery open The Laboratory at Dulwich College

Dulwich College was delighted to be joined by Professor Lord Winston and Gabriele Finaldi, Director of The National Gallery, who officially opened The Laboratory, a new landmark building at Dulwich College, home to the Sciences and a venue for the Arts. Also present were chief architect Jolyon Brewis from Grimshaw Architects and sculptor Peter Randall-Page […]

GCSE Results for Dulwich College 2016

It is a pleasure to report on the excellent GCSE results achieved by Alleynians this year. Dulwich College have upheld in Year 11 and surpassed in Year 10 the fine showing of last year’s cohorts. 85% of all papers sat by Year 11 pupils this Summer have been graded A or A*, 53% of those […]

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