Quainton Hall School

Quainton Hall School
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Contact Us

Parents are most welcome to visit the school, either at one of our Open Mornings or on a day to suit you. Please contact the Headmaster's Secretary Mrs Aleksin-Shah, who will be happy to make an appointment for you to come for an individual tour with the Headmaster.

Quainton Hall School

Hindes Road
Harrow
HA1 1RX
Tel: 020 8861 8861

Match & Information Line (For updates on matches, trips etc.): 020 8861 8855

Twitter: @QuaintonHall

 Our receptionists are Mrs N Aleksin-Shah, Miss S Kidd and Mrs V Lewis 
 8:00am - 5.00pm  During Term Time


Headmaster: Mr Simon Ford  - Please address any correspondence to Headmaster at Quainton Hall, Hindes Road, Harrow, HA1 1RX

Chair of Governors:  Mrs Vanessa Baron - Please address any correspondence to The Chair of Governors, c/o, Quainton Hall, Hindes Road, Harrow, HA1 1RX

School Office: admin@quaintonhall.org.uk

(IAPS/CofE/c170 children/Nursery)
Walsingham College
(Affiliated Schools)
Charity No. 312638

By Road: The school is located towards the west end of Hindes Road in Central Harrow. Car parking in Hindes Road is strictly controlled. Headmaster's visitors are able to park in the school grounds.

By Train: The nearest railway station is Harrow & Wealdstone, served by mainline trains from London Euston, and by the Harlequin line running between Watford and London.

By Bus: The H14 passes the west end of Hindes Road in Harrow View. The 140,182,186,258 and 340 pass the east end of Hindes Road in Station Road.

By Underground: The nearest station is Harrow on the Hill which is served by the Metropolitan Line, and also by the Chiltern Line from St Marylebone.

Once a family has joined Quainton Hall, we provide a sticker for parents' cars, so they can park for 15 minutes in the morning and the afternoon on Hindes Road to deliver and collect their children.

 Parking

I ask parents to remember that they must on no account stop or park their car on the zig-zag lines in front of the school.  Such parking represents a very serious safety hazard for the children and is completely illegal.

The Headmaster

We are a Transport for London accredited school member and we encourage safe and healthy walking and cycling to school.