Welcome To Harriet House School

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

Latest News

  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. Ricki Smith, Headmaster of St Gabriel’s School

    Headmasters Talk: Ricki Smith of St Gabriel’s School – Thursday 1st February 7.30pm
    We have invited Ricki Smith, headmaster of St Gabriel’s School to give a talk about the choices parents have to make in selecting the right education for our children. It is never too early to start thinking about future schools and education so please do invite any friends or neighbours who you may think will be interested to come along.

  4. Nutrition Talk

    Nutrition Talk: Jo Saunders – Thursday 8th February 
    We have invited Jo Saunders, Nutritional Therapist to talk about health and nutrition on the morning of 8th February. Jo has a Diploma in Nutritional Therapy from the College of Naturopathic Medicine and over 5 years clinical experience. She specialises in women’s health, pre and post-natal health and baby and toddler nutrition. Put the date in your diaries and look out for more information about booking your ticket.

  5. Christmas Holiday Fun

    Join us for some Christmas cookery, craft, outdoor games and walks, music and songs from Thursday 14th until Wednesday 20th December. Contact office@harriethouseschool.co.uk for more information.

  6. Reception Information Evening


    Join us on Thursday 9th November at 7.30pm to hear more about joining our Reception Class in September 2018.

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“What makes the school so special is the atmosphere. The staff have infectious enthusiasm, they take care to support each individual child and they are utterly professional in everything they do. If my daughter loves school now and develops positive associations with education, then she has a much greater chance of flourishing as she gets older.”

Simon Henderson, Headmaster, Bradfield College