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About: Torwood House School was established in 1915 and was at that time in Howard Road, Redland. It was originally run by two ladies as a Dame School.
In 1942 the School was purchased by Mrs Doris Green who moved the School to its present site in Durdham Park. Mrs Packer purchased Torwood House School in 1996. The school maintains its reputation of being a leading educational establishment within the local independent sector.
In 1997 the purchase of 27 Durdham Park returned the School to its original size and enabled us to open our large and self-contained 50 place baby unit, Torwood Lodge Nursery.

Further expansion took place during 1999 with the purchase of No.8 Durdham Park. This additional building, located approximately 200 yards along the road, houses our Year 2 and Key Stage 2 classes.

In 2002 Mrs Dionne Seagrove was appointed as Head

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27-29 Durdham Park

Tel: 0117 9735620
Fax: 0117 9735620

Location: Bristol, South West England, United Kingdom - England
Business Type: Nursery School
Products or Services: Torwood House School aims to provide its pupils with a happy, stimulating and caring environment. We recognise and uphold the widely accepted belief that the early years of a childs life are the most important of all.
Our staff are committed to giving each and every one of our pupils the right to both excellence of learning experiences and the highest quality of care.

We provide our children with a planned and balanced programme for learning which extends individual ability at the appropriate developmental stage. This enables each child to fulfil his/her potential both in personal and intellectual growth.

School has a huge influence upon a childs life.

At Torwood House School children are recognised as individuals from the very start. The unique nature of each child - their strengths and talents, their cultural backgrounds and their differences are respected, upheld and celebrated.

We believe that children develop most harmoniously in an environment where they are given opportunity support and valued as individuals; where they encounter stimulating and challenging experiences through which they are guided to the most beneficial of outcomes.
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