Our next Open Day will be in autumn 2020. We also offer individual tours of the school each week. Please contact the admissions office by email at or by telephone on 020 7610 8085 to book your tour.


We are an independent prep school for boys and girls from Reception to Year 6. Known to our families as PGP, our building and grounds are in the heart of Fulham, a stone’s throw from Parsons Green.

We are a truly independent school – not part of any larger group and not constrained in how or what our children learn. Our teaching takes the best bits of the National Curriculum and supplements it with the knowledge and passions of our dedicated teachers. We teach not just for the inevitable exams at the end, but for the journey itself. The extract below encapsulates our approach; for the full poem (it is well worth a read) click here.

We are proud of our village school atmosphere and our children thrive in the amazing space we can offer them and the attention we can give them. They go on to some of the best schools in London (and further afield), armed with rock-solid academic foundations, an appreciation of the wonderful world around them and very happy memories.

As you set out for Ithaka

hope your road is a long one,

full of adventure, full of discovery.

Laistrygonians, Cyclops,

angry Poseidon—don’t be afraid of them:

you’ll never find things like that on your way

as long as you keep your thoughts raised high,

as long as a rare excitement

stirs your spirit and your body.


(from Ithaka, by CP Cavafy)


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Room on the broom / 20/01/2020

The Reception children have been learning about the author Julia Donaldson. Room on the Broom is one of her many books, which tells a story about a witch who made a magic spell to make her broom fly. The children put on their science coats and goggles to make their own explosions using liquids and…

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Mindful maestros / 08/01/2020

Last term Miss Phoebe ran the Mindful Maestros Club. The children explored the benefit of helping others to help ourselves over the last two weeks of term and set a family challenge. Inside each envelope for the following 12 days (instead of the 12 days of Christmas) were ways to make an effort towards other…

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Let it snow / 18/12/2019

Wishing all our children, parents and staff a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We hope you all have a lovely holiday and look forward to seeing you in January. And who knows, we may even get some snow.

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