2016 Places still available for children up to 13 years

2016 Places still available for children up to 13 years

Pupils’ outstanding achievement owes much to an approach to learning and personal development that is centred on their physical and emotional well-being and their moral and spiritual development. Ofsted: March 2014
Open Days

Open Days

OPEN EVENTS Friday 1st July 2:30pm to 4:30pm  – kindergarten and school event (age 3.5 to 14 years) 6:00pm to 7:30pm  – school event (age 6 to 14 years)   Register your session by email: ayshea@thelondonacornschool.co.uk
Our School

Our School

“Children’s best interests lie at the heart of everything we do. Around them we create the necessary space and structures to support the growth of balanced, outstandingly educated, purposeful, creative and independent thinkers.” School Vision Statement
"Outstanding" (Ofsted, 2014)

“Outstanding” (Ofsted, 2014)

Ofsted are impressive in their approach to independent schools. They check the school curriculum to ensure it includes all required areas of learning, and then they examine the school’s effectiveness at bringing the curriculum to children. This is achieved through close scrutiny of teachers’ lesson plans, children’s work and children’s...

Welcome to our school website!

The London Acorn School is a holistic, OFSTED outstanding school for 3-14 year olds, set in a beautiful National Trust park in Southwest London. As our younger pupils get older, the school will grow, providing an upper school to the age of 18.

Small class sizes and a unique approach to education supports children’s growth into well-educated, independent and happy young adults.

Our school follows the successful Whiting Educational Model of The Acorn School in Nailsworth (est 1991). Please look at our website for more information about this unique approach and contact us with any questions.

We have a vibrant, diverse school community. Parents and the school work together with children’s best interests at the heart of everything we do.


OFSTED (2014) says

“Pupil’s outstanding achievement owes much to an approach to learning and personal development that is centred on their physical and emotional well-being and their moral and spiritual development.”