Our Teddington & Hampton Sites
Teddington: In September 2015, Turing House School opened in the building formerly known as Livingston House in Queens Road, Teddington. The building and grounds were suitably adapted for our use, with classrooms, specialist rooms, a dining/assembly hall, medical room, offices, etc. There is external play space on site, and we use the facilities at Teddington Rugby Club, in nearby Bushy Park, for outdoor PE and after-school clubs. They have a dedicated building providing changing facilities, a clubhouse and they have three large pitches: one rugby, one cricket and one multi-purpose. We also make use other local facilities such as NPL Sports Centre. Our Sixth Form will open here in 2020.
Hampton: Our second site at the former Clarendon School building in Hampton, will accommodate students transferring to Turing House in September 2018 and 2019. Planning is also underway to extend the accommodation for the September 2020 intake. As with our founding cohorts at Teddington, students benefit from being in a small close-knit group, all known individually and taught by a dedicated team of teachers. Many of our staff members are based at this site and we also have some key specialists who work in both locations. As well as classrooms, the Hampton site has labs, workshops, an ICT suite, music room and both indoor and outdoor spaces for PE, with an on-site sports field and gym. We use a local pool for swimming as part of the Year 7 curriculum in the Autumn Term.
We expect to occupy our Teddington & Hampton Sites until we are ready to move into our planned permanent accommodation. Both sites are very well served by public transport. For more information please see our Travel Page.