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Rupert House School

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Rupert House School

Rupert House School, Henley-on-Thames is an independent preparatory school in Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, UK. Taking girls from age 3 to 11 and boys from age 3 to 7, the school is a Henley Institution. Many parents who send their children there are former pupils. Named after Prince Rupert, alumni of the school include Tina Brown, the editor of US Tatler.


School Website

External links

  • Independent Schools Council
  • Inspection Report

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