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 Chiswick and Bedford Park Preparatory School

Chiswick & Bedford Park Preparatory School is well known for its creative flair, its friendly, nurturing atmosphere and outstanding entrance examination results for boys at seven plus and girls at eleven plus.

The School has imaginative drama, dynamic art and vibrant music departments, with a wide range of sports and extra-curricular activities. Enriching and challenging opportunities encourage independent thinkers.  Enthusiastic and dedicated teachers motivate and inspire pupils, fostering a love of learning.   Pupils develop confidence, self-reliance and respect for others, in preparation for the challenges and opportunities of the modern world.

I hope that you will visit Chiswick & Bedford Park Preparatory School so that you can experience for yourself the spirit and buzz of this exciting school, and discover what makes it so special.

Henrietta Adams

Welcome to our website.
I am thrilled to be taking over the helm of such a wonderful school. We provide a unique village school environment where the children are encouraged to develop intellectual curiosity and achieve academic success within a nurturing atmosphere.

Henrietta AdamsHeadmistress

School Life

Diversity Week Dance Classes

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Today, as part of our Diversity Week activities, the whole school have been taking part in movement workshops inspired by traditional dances around the globe. Years 4, 6 and Reception…

Diversity Week Drumming Workshop

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On Tuesday 23rd November, all classes took part in an African drumming workshop as part of our Diversity Week activities. Each pupil got the chance to learn about, and play,…

Form 3 Poetry Writing

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On Friday 19th November, Form 3 took to the stage during assembly to perform an assortment of their favourite poems, both by well-known poets and ones they had written themselves.…

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