Prospective parents are welcome to visit the nursery and school
by appointment, or on our open mornings.
Principal Dr James Roche and Headteacher Mrs Vania Adams outline the school’s outstanding academics, engaging wider curriculum and nurturing pastoral care. Visitors are then shown around the school by a pupil. Mrs Adams, Dr Roche, Mr Gilbert (Deputy Head) and Mrs Clark (Admissions Secretary) can answer any questions, and Mrs Gabriella Emery (Head of Nursery Schools) is available to show prospective parents around the nursery.
To secure a place on an open morning, please contact email@example.com or phone 020 8877 0823.
Our nursery school open day is on Wednesday 5th October, 2pm
Our whole school open day is on Friday 14th October, 9.15am to 11.30am
Talks are at 9.15am and 10am
Future open days
Wednesday 16th November, 9.15am-11.30am
Nursery Open Day, Wednesday 23rd November, 2pm
Virtual Open Day, Thursday 1st December, 3pm
Friday 20th January, 9.15am-11.30am
Headmistress Vania Adams introduces The Roche School
Deputy Head Jonny Gilbert with an in-depth presentation
Our three Year 6 guides take us on a virtual tour of The Roche School.
Welcome to Reception at The Roche School. Come and have a look at all of the exciting things that we do here with Early Years Coordinator Kate Wiffen and Headmistress Vania Adams.
“The way the school enriched and nourished my daughter's soul and prepared her for the next part of her journey to adulthood, is beyond words. The Roche school is like an oasis of love and you can feel it the moment you walk through the door. If you are fortunate enough to get your child into that school you will transform the outcome of their lives no matter what walk of life you come from. I cannot recommend it highly enough.” Google 5 Star Review
I cannot recommend The Roche highly enough, and we are so grateful that we made the decision to send our children to the school. As well as giving the children a superb start to their educational career, along with a wonderful opportunity to be involved in a vast variety of co-curricular activities and exciting trips, the Roche has made the start of their schooling such a positive and joyful one - both children really look forward to going to school every day, and have always felt incredibly supported and happy there. In short, it is a school that absolutely embodies its ethos of kindness and respect.
This is one of the best schools I have ever come across. The staff take individual care of each child, pushing them to progress rather than allowing them to be average. It taught me how my children are capable of much more than average. They have become responsible for their own work – all I do is remind them and they do the rest.
I would absolutely recommend the school. It is a fantastic place and it’s all about producing happy, well-rounded children. The exits to secondary schools are impressive.
We want to thank you again for all the hard work The Roche has put into getting him there – we honestly feel that he couldn’t have done any better and his teachers must take a large amount of the credit for that!
The Roche School is like a family. The children are taught good manners but are still allowed to be themselves. They are well cared for and encouraged to enjoy school life.
Transition to secondary - You have really made what could have been quite a stressful process an incredibly positive and confidence building experience for Lara for which we are grateful. Mrs C.
Without your guidance and support [these results] would not have been possible. I owe you all the credit for what he is today. Thanks to you all teachers for all the help and support.
Open Morning September 21st 2019
It is an Open Morning tradition at The Roche School that our pupils act as guides for prospective parents to show them our premises and facilities. It also enables our visitors to ask questions about daily life at the school directly to our pupils.
The first Open Morning of the school year takes place on a Saturday and another tradition is for former pupils to come back and act as guides for this event. It is a sign of affection that these pupils have for their former school, that so many of them volunteer. A big thank you for all of the Years 7, 8 and 9 pupils who so expertly acted as guides on our recent Saturday Open Morning.