Trevor-Roberts School is an independent day school for boys and girls aged from 5 to 13 years.

High success rates throughout the school are achieved through small classes and individual attention.

Academic and social self-confidence and a sense of responsibility are built up in a happy atmosphere, geared to increasing motivation and encouraging pupils to fulfil their potential.

Trevor-Roberts School is an independent day school for boys and girls aged from 5 to 13 years.

High success rates throughout the school are achieved through small classes and individual attention.

Academic and social self-confidence and a sense of responsibility are built up in a happy atmosphere, geared to increasing motivation and encouraging pupils to fulfil their potential.

LATEST NEWS

Concert with The Basin Street Brawlers

May 24th, 2024|

Yesterday, the Trevor-Roberts choirs presented their spring concert at St. Mary's Church in Primrose Hill. They were joined by The Basin Street Brawlers, a five-piece band famous for playing the swinging songs of the 1920s and 30s.

Walk to School Day 2024

May 22nd, 2024|

Today, students and staff of Trevor-Roberts School participated in Walk to School Day, the purpose of which was to acknowledge our day to day usage of transport that may adversely affect the environment.

Secundus Geography Field Trip

May 20th, 2024|

Secundus enjoyed a wonderful three days in North Yorkshire where they worked hard gathering data from the River Derwent and Flamborough Head coast for their CE Geography Fieldwork Project. 

Medius and Transitus Sailing Trip

May 13th, 2024|

Last weekend, students in Medius and Transitus had their Isle of Wight sailing trip. It was a very busy few days of activities such as sailing, kayaking and rafting.

Septimus Tower of London trip

April 22nd, 2024|

On Monday 22nd April, Septimus visited the Tower of London. Whilst there, they got to see everything they've been learning about in history lessons up close.

“The quality of pupils’ academic and other achievements is excellent”

“The pupils’ interest in learning is captured with great success by the effective range of teaching methods employed”

“Pupils attain high standards in extra-curricular activities, in which they participate enthusiastically”

“Pupils are highly self-disciplined and perseverance is inculcated from the earliest age”

“By the time they leave school, pupils have developed an excellent range of interpersonal skills that prepare them well for the next phase of their lives”

“Pupils of all ages and abilities achieve high standards of performance through the many musical and dramatic opportunities provided for them”

Excerpts from the Independent Schools Inspectorate 2016. Read the full report here.

“The quality of pupils’ academic and other achievements is excellent”

“The pupils’ interest in learning is captured with great success by the effective range of teaching methods employed”

“Pupils attain high standards in extra-curricular activities, in which they participate enthusiastically”

“Pupils are highly self-disciplined and perseverance is inculcated from the earliest age”

“By the time they leave school, pupils have developed an excellent range of interpersonal skills that prepare them well for the next phase of their lives”

“Pupils of all ages and abilities make excellent progress in relation to their starting points”

Excerpts from the Independent Schools Inspectorate 2017. Read the full report here.
HEADTEACHERS’ MESSAGE

STARTED IN THE EARLY 1950s by our late father, Christopher Trevor-Roberts, the school provides a happy and stimulating environment in which children can develop and learn. Specialist subject teaching from the first year onwards gives our children the opportunity to be inspired by people who are expert in and highly enthusiastic about their subject. Each child is treated as an individual, and the commitment and interest given to them by the staff allows them to reach their own true potential. The children learn to respect the community of which they are a part, their peers, and above all themselves.

It is our strong belief that much can be expected of a child if she or he is given self-confidence and a sense of personal worth and does not feel judged against the attainments of others.

When children move on at 11+ or 13+ to senior school, they do so with an academic rigour and a love of learning. This allows them to succeed in a larger and more impersonal academic environment – something that will support them throughout their lives. Our endeavour is to help children find the confidence to question, communicate and become active yet sympathetic members of their future society.

Ex vita crea somnium
Ex somnio veritatem

Trevor-Roberts encourages all its pupils to make of life a dream and of that dream a reality, as embodied in our school motto.

Simon and Amanda Trevor-Roberts

TERM DATES

Summer Term 2024

Start: Tue 16/4
(Juniors and Seniors)

Half: Fri 7/6 @ 12 noon to Wed 12/6 (Inclusive)

End: Fri 5/7 @ 12:30pm
(Juniors: Thur 4/7 @ 1pm)

Autumn Term 2024

Start: Mon 2/9
(Juniors Wed 4/9)

Half: Mon 21/10 to Fri 25/10 (Inclusive)

End: Fri 6/12 @ 1pm
(Juniors: Thur 5/12 @ 1pm)

Spring Term 2025

Start: Mon 6/1
(Juniors and Seniors)

Half: Mon 17/2 to Fri 21/2 (Inclusive)

End: Fri 28/3 @ 12noon
(Juniors: Thur 27/3 @ normal)

Summer Term 2025

Start: Wed 23/4
(Juniors and Seniors)

Half: Fri 6/6 (midday) to Wed 11/6 (Inclusive)

End: Fri 4/7 @ 12.30pm
(Juniors: Thur 3/7 @ 1pm)

Choir Concert with the Basin Street Brawlers

On Thursday 23rd May the Trevor-Roberts Senior Choir put on a concert of hymns and spirituals with the Basin Street Brawlers at St Mary’s Church, Primrose Hill. There was also a performance from the Junior Choir.

You can watch the full concert here.

Food & nutrition

Eating is a social activity at Trevor-Roberts, with home-cooked food that encourages children to try different tastes. Read more here.

Performance

Children at Trevor-Roberts are encouraged to speak in public and take part in performances from their earliest days at the school. Read more here.

Extra-curricular activities

From netball to fencing, chess to jazz, there’s a range of clubs both before and after school to cater for most interests. Read more here.