We have a spot at Thomas' Clapham and keen to hear about people's recent experience - we've toured the school and thought the facilities were brilliant and were really impressed by the headmaster and his vision.
Our son is generally confident, but can sometimes be a bit shy and need time to warm up. I'm a bit concerned by previous posts saying it's a school for alpha/v. confident children. I'd be interested to hear from current parents how much that is stereotype/historic label v. current reality? I've heard they're consciously trying to dispel this, so keen to hear people's experience. Also, what is it like from a nurturing/supportive environment perspective?
I'd really welcome hearing people's experience of their children's time at the school, or hear from any parents due to send their child there next year. Thanks very much!