Radnor House is a 7 - 18 independent co-educational day school in Twickenham, located in stunning historic buildings on the banks of the River Thames. Formerly the site of Alexander Pope’s mansion where he entertained the literary elite of his day, the buildings have been transformed into a school combining a sense of history with the latest educational provision. The school employs an outstanding team of professionals who have developed a highly successful and innovative approach to education provision.
Radnor House, Sevenoaks is a co-educational independent school for students aged three to eighteen, located near Sevenoaks, Kent.
In Radnor House, Sevenoaks, Albion and the Radnor House School management team have identified a unique opportunity to expand the Radnor House model by enhancing the school’s culture of academic achievement and first-rate pastoral care, as well as making the necessary investment to provide new facilities and modernise existing ones where necessary. Radnor House, Sevenoaks used to be known as Combe Bank School