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The Cavendish School

The Cavendish School

School Visit

"We greatly enjoyed visiting the school and we were both struck by the calm and happy environment. We were very impressed by the music department, and it was a delight to see the girls playing football!" 

Edit during social distancing: 

While we usually are delighted to invite you to visit The Cavendish School during a normal school day to see our happy pupils engaged in their lessons and at play, we regret we are currently unable to do so. The school is temporarily closed to all but the children of key workers, and while our pupils are still engaged in a lively educational programme, most learning is taking place remotely. In line with Government advice, most staff are working from home, and we are unable to welcome visitors onto our site for tours while this guidance is in place.

We are very much hoping that we will soon be back on site and able to show you round. 

In the meantime, if you have any admissions queries about The Cavendish School, please contact us and we will be happy to help.

Thank you.

Email: admissions@cavendish-school.co.uk

Pia Pasternack
Admissions and Marketing Officer

 

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We encourage you to visit the school and will always provide a warm welcome. 

If you would like to come on a tour and to meet Miss Rogers, our Headteacher, please contact us to book a place on one of our Open Morning Tours, which take place on selected Tuesday mornings.  We will be delighted to show you round and answer any questions about the school.

Telephone: 020 7485 1958

Email: admissions@cavendish-school.co.uk

We look forward to meeting you!

"It was nice to be able to visit all the spaces throughout the school in such a small group, and to take a peek in each of the classrooms. I appreciated the frank and open atmosphere of the tour (refreshing!)."

"We really enjoyed our tour of the school on Tuesday. The ethos of the school is very much in line with our own attitudes and the girls we encountered on our tour were a real credit to the school."