Pupils and parents tell us that the School’s friendly atmosphere and sense of community are among its key strengths. Find out more in their own words below:
‘Good values but not a straightjacket so individual personalities can develop’ Current parents
‘We chose Teddies because it is co-ed, with a wonderful reputation for happiness.’ Current parents
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‘I was very nervous when I arrived but as soon as the activities and lessons started, I was thrown into a world of new experiences. The older years and all the staff are very supportive.’ Sam Ward, Fifth Form, Tilly’s, New College School.
‘….the main thrust has been to eke more out of everyone, think good breezy airing, rather than squeezed through the wringer’ The Good Schools Guide
‘In House, our Housemistress, Assistant HM and Matron are always extremely lovely. You can always talk to them if you have any issues with anything. The older years too are amazingly friendly.’ Neha Kurup, Fifth Form, Jubilee, Sir James Henderson British School
‘In the last few years, Teddies has changed into a serious academic institution without sacrificing the easy-going tone. It is a kindly place, which allows the pupils to grow.’ Current parent
‘The pupils we met were grounded, down-to-earth and friendly’ Good Schools Guide
‘When I looked round, it seemed really friendly. I liked the size.’ Ned Stewart, recent OSE.
‘I love the sense of community — you really get to know who absolutely everyone is over time.’ Will Webb, recent OSE.
‘At Teddies, a slightly smaller co-ed school, you’ve got more of a chance of making an impression; of being something or doing something.’ Prep Head
‘I particularly wanted to be in a co-ed school as it feels more like the real world, gives a sense of normality and makes me feel less detached from wider society.’ Sirawich Ajparu, Upper Sixth, Kendall, Bangkok Christian International School.
‘My parents gave me The Good Schools Guide and I chose Teddies; it has lived up to everything in the review but especially on the friendship and friendliness front.’ Pupil quoted in the Good Schools Guide.