About Us

Holland House School is an independent, non-denominational school in Edgware, Middlesex, for boys and girls from four to eleven years of age.

Holland House is a well-established school with a high reputation for academic excellence.  As a result of a major development of the building and classroom, the School now offers a modern teaching environment where children follow a traditional academic programme of study.  The schedule of lessons takes account of the creative and expressive needs of children.  All children are provided with ample opportunity to experience a variety of games and sport.

In 1974, the Board of Governors, all parents at the time, purchased the school and formed a Charitable Educational Trust.

In 1983 the School was enlarged to accommodate 140 children in a purpose-built modern building.

In 2008/2009 a major refurbishment of the School was completed to provide up-to-date facilities that include a computer suite, an art/drama/music room, interactive Smartboards and new administrative offices.  A new school library and kitchen extension were added in 2010.

Staff at Holland House are experienced and highly qualified.  The school is small enough to give each child the attention he or she needs in order to flourish and large enough to incorporate all the elements of a comprehensive modern education.

As the latest Ofsted report (2012) states, “Holland House provides an outstanding quality of education overall and enables pupils to make outstanding academic progress and to leave the school as very well-rounded individuals, more than ready to tackle the next challenges in their academic lives”.

The Governors of Holland House School operate a bursary fund from which grants can be made for the benefit of a child who qualifies for entry to the School but whose parents cannot afford the full fees.  Further information is available from the School Office.  Early application is essential and forms must be completed and returned to the School Office before the child's interview.