Thomson House believes that courage is a fundamental quality which individuals need to flourish in life.
Our pupils build resilience by learning from mistakes; persisting at things they find difficult; and by undertaking tasks which build self-esteem.
Thomson House pupils have an utter belief in the power of effort.
To foster this, we have a culture of high expectations; we give three hours a week of physical education; we have an extensive enrichment programme of extra-curricular clubs so that children can experience new and exciting opportunities.
We offer a first class Wellbeing Programme and place a strong emphasis on public performance.
All children stand and speak in front of the class for weekend news and ‘show and tell’;
All children perform in assemblies, end of term concerts and school productions;
All children participate in the Richmond Award Scheme which encourages the undertaking of learning new skills and activities.