Welcome To Harriet House School

A Montessori Nursery School for Boys and Girls aged 1 to 5 years old

Latest News

  1. Casa Bambini

    Harriet House launch Casa Bambini

  2. Music & Movement Sessions starting January 2017

    We are delighted to announce that Harriet House School will be offering music and movement sessions for families with children aged 0-3 years. These fun and stimulating sessions will be delivered by Thembi, a recommended music teacher who is passionate about bringing music, story and dance to children.  Sessions begin on the 10th January 2017 and will run term time. For more information, please contact Thembi directly on 07774264607.

  3. New facilities for exploration and play at Harriet House School

    TeePee ImageHarriet House School now boasts its very own Teepee – a beautiful landmark situated on the School grounds. The teepee was erected on Wednesday 27th April and was purchased with money raised through a variety of PTA events. The pupils are excited to explore, investigate and play with the new ‘den’. The new teepee will be used as an outside classroom and in conjunction to Woodland Wednesday activities.

  4. Heads Talk – Wednesday 3rd October, 7pm

    We are delighted to welcome Mr Jon Bartlett, Head of St Andrews school to talk to you about the important decisions parents have to make in choosing the right education for our children.

  5. Syllabus Supper – Thursday 20th September, 7.30pm

    We invite you to join us to hear all about the Montessori ethos. Staff from The Little House, Nursery and our Reception class will explain how the children learn throughout the school and answer your questions at a very interactive evening. This will be followed by a delicious supper and the opportunity to ask any questions and chat with staff.

  6. Literary Festival – 18th and 19th September, 7pm

    Join Harriet House at The Royal Oak on Tuesday 18th September and Wednesday 19th September, 7pm.

    On Tuesday we welcome Desmond Seward, renowned popular historian and author of nearly thirty books. His latest is Renishaw Hall: The Story of the Sitwells.

    In a change to our previously advertised schedule we are delighted to welcome Hugo Vickers on Wednesday. Hugo Vickers is a writer and broadcaster, who has written biographies of many twentieth century figures, including the Queen Mother, Gladys, Duchess of Marlborough, Cecil Beaton, Vivien Leigh, a study of Greta Garbo, Alice, Princess Andrew of Greece, and his book, The Private World of The Duke and Duchess of Windsor was illustrated with pictures from their own collection. Mr Vickers’s book, The Kiss – The Story of an Obsession won the 1996 Stern Silver Pen Award for Non-Fiction.

    Email annabel@davisdbriggs.com for tickets priced at £40 pp including bowl food and a glass of wine

  7. New Season Fashion Inspiration

    Join former Vogue Retail Editor, Ginnie Chadwyck-Healey and Mojo and McCoy of Hungerford for some new season fashion inspiration.

  8. Easter Bonnet Parade

    Easter Bonnets, hunting for eggs amongst the daffodils whilst enjoying a cake and coffee! What a wonderful way to end the Spring term.

  9. Rushall Farm

    We had a fabulous trip to Rushall Farm where we learnt about lots of different animals, including these lamb triplets which had just been born that morning.

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“AMAZING…if you’re Berkshire-based, you’d be mad to miss it.”

TATLER, MARCH 2015