King's House School
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England, United Kingdom
Blue & White
The school is currently split into three parts:
- King's House Nursery School (ages 3–4)
- King's House Junior School (ages 4–8)
- King's House Senior School (ages 9–13)
- 35-acre sports ground and club house
- State of art theatre
- Music and Mac suite
- Science laboratories
- 2 ICT Suites
The school specializes in the three sports of rugby, cricket and football. Football operates at the beginning of the year until the winter term, when rugby comes in play. Cricket follows in the summer term. Sports lessons take place at King's House Sports Ground in nearby Chiswick
The school also supports;
- Cross country
- Fitness training
- 2006 National IAPS General Knowledge Award 
- School Choir
- Jazz Band
- Brass Group
2015 u14 National Rugby champions
Historical case of child abuse
Former teacher Michael Porteous was sentenced to two-and-a-half years in prison for sexually abusing a pupil at the school in the 1970s. The school issued a statement, saying: "We are shocked that a former teacher of the school abused his position of trust in this way and committed a deplorable crime against a pupil in his care."
- Lawrence Dallaglio, former England rugby captain
- Zac Goldsmith, former Conservative MP for Richmond Park
- Nigel Planer, actor, comedian, novelist and playwright
- Colin Charvis, former Welsh rugby captain
- Jesse Wood, son of Ronnie Wood
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- Goldsmith, Annabel (2004). Annabel: An Unconventional Life. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson.
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