“Pupils of all abilities, including children in the EYFS, show excellent achievement overall. The quality of pupils’ personal development is outstanding. It is strongly supported by the school’s excellent pastoral care. The governors, management and leadership are outstanding, ensuring that the school is highly successful in achieving its aims.”
The quality of pupils’ personal development is outstanding.
“This non-selective favourite nestled in Ladbroke Grove has just unveiled a new 3,500 sq ft building and outdoor area without increasing pupil numbers – quite something for a central London school. The pastoral care is excellent too – there are off-timetable enrichment sessions, an in-house life coach and peace lilies (which, according to NASA, purify the air) placed in every classroom. Recent leavers have won scholarships to Latymer Upper and City of London School for Girls, and, reportedly, the only complaint pupils have is that the school day ends too early”.
Hear from our children
Bassett House’s teachers are wonderful because they give everybody a chance to shine.
There are wonderful opportunities for all pupils and there are fantastic trips.
At Bassett House, no matter what you are good at, the teachers will support you throughout your time here.
I love the school because there are always exciting challenges in all areas of the curriculum.
I love Bassett House because we have the opportunity to be creative in every subject.
Small enough to be bespoke, big enough to thrive.
Bassett House School consistently delivers reports of an exceptional standard.
Hear from our parents
We love watching how our children have developed so beautifully at Bassett House. They are confident and self-aware. The school provides everything we could ask for.Parent of children in Year 1 and Year 5.
Our son has been able to try so many activities. The Bassett House ethos of ‘First Attempt in Learning’ has become a part of our home-life too.Parent of a child in Year 3
The teachers have made a solid effort to ensure that there were no gaps in learning when we moved from a State School. We are continually impressed by their dedication to the students.Parent of a child in Year 2