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Upper School Day

Girls, Fourth Form-Upper Sixth

King-Reynolds is one of the two Upper School girls' day houses and is home to some 74 girls. It has close ties with Lambert, its sister house, with which it shares accommodation in a fabulous, purpose-built building. The girls enjoy their comfortable and homely common rooms where they are able to relax during break times. Separate work rooms provide a quiet space for private study. There is also a super kitchen within the House, with toasters and kettles provided.

King-Reynolds has a friendly atmosphere and new girls are made to feel very welcome. It has a strong tradition in music, drama and sport.  The girls are encouraged to contribute widely to the School community, to flourish (the motto is Floreat Femina) and to treat each other with kindness and respect at all times.

Housemistress -
Sue Walton-Knight

Sue teaches French and German as well as some complementary curriculum. She was appointed Housemistress of King-Reynolds House in 2020, after having been Housemistress of Scott House, and previously a tutor in Lambert and Forbes. Both her girls were pupils at Dauntsey's.

Sixth Form

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Pastoral Care

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Our Food

Our primary focus is ensuring that there is an abundance of choice for all pupils, catering for different likes and dislikes, dietary requirements and appetite sizes.