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Hemdean House School

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Hemdean House School
Hemdean House School logo.png
Address
Hemdean Road

, ,
RG4 8LR

Coordinates51°28′17″N 0°58′30″W / 51.47134°N 0.975134°W / 51.47134; -0.975134
Information
TypeIndependent day school[1]
MottoLaborate et Gaudete
("Work and Rejoice")[2]
Religious affiliation(s)Church of England[1]
Established1859
FounderFrancis Knighton
Head teacherHelen Chalmers[1]
GenderMixed
Age3 to 11
Houses  Knighton
  Henderson
  Kennet
Colour(s)Light blue and Dark blue
AlumniLizbeth Webb
Websitehttp://www.hemdeanhouse.co.uk/

Hemdean House School is a mixed, independent, primary and nursery school for children aged 3–11. It is situated in the centre of Caversham in Reading, Berkshire, England.

Hemdean House School was founded in 1859 by Francis Knighton. In 1862 land was bought for £320, the new building was named Hemdean House.[3] The school operates as a non-profit UK registered charity[4]

The school used to have a girls senior school which was closed in 2016.[5] The school was listed 29th in the Sunday Times list of 100 best performing independent schools in the UK.[6]

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My name is Fiona Steele, I am Professor of Social Statistics. I also co-direct the Centre for Multilevel Modelling, which is based within the Graduate School of Education. My name is George Leckie and I'm a lecturer in Social Statistics within the Centre for Multilevel Modelling. FIONA: We work across the Faculty of Social Sciences with people from Geography in particular, and we also have a Co-director who is in the Veterinary Sciences. We work primarily to develop methods for analysing data with a particular kind of structure. We also develop a software package so people can implement these methods in their own research. We also do a lot of training. Multilevel modelling is a set of statistical techniques for allowing for dependencies between individuals who are in some kind of social group. So, for example, children within schools, individuals within households. And the social grouping is often of interest in itself. For example, if you're looking at children's educational progess, you'd be interested in how much of that is due to factors to do with the family, how much to do with the school they attend or the area they're living in. We have a range of academic users, but also we have users in Government and in other organisations. GEORGE: The process starts with our Centre making multilevel-modelling software, developing the methodology and so on. The analysis which the Government runs on their datasets of students' exam performances is summarised by the multilevel model, the results from the multilevel model are then presented on the Government's webpages and then this information is provided to parents to help them look at the performances of schools, to help them hold school accountable, to help them choose where to send their child for secondary education. So we have a nice chain from the development of the software and the Centre's promotion of multilevel-modelling methods all via researchers to end users - the general public.

Notable alumni

References

  1. ^ a b c "Hemdean House School". Independent Schools Council. 2017. Retrieved 12 February 2018.
  2. ^ "Small school with big expectations". Henley Standard. 20 September 2010. Archived from the original on 30 January 2016. Retrieved 24 January 2016.
  3. ^ "A Brief History of Hemdean House School". Hemdean House School. Retrieved 26 May 2017.
  4. ^ Independent Schools Inspectorate Inspection report October 2017 (PDF) Retrieved 12 February 2018
  5. ^ Anderson, Chris (21 April 2016). "Hemdean House School in Caversham considering closing senior school due to low pupil numbers". Reading Chronicle. Newsquest Media Group. Retrieved 12 February 2018.
  6. ^ "School praise". Henley Standard. Higgs Group. 27 November 2017. Retrieved 12 February 2018.
  7. ^ Kirk, Huia. "Elsie Smith". Dictionary of New Zealand Biography. Ministry for Culture and Heritage. Retrieved 23 April 2017.
  8. ^ "Obituaries: Lizbeth Webb". The Telegraph. 22 January 2013. ISSN 0307-1235.

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