Chetwynd is a warm community that welcomes everyone and treats everyone with respect. It is a House that values kindness and support for each other, before anything else. You will find that, in Chetwynd, there is a great variety of abilities among pupils, ranging from academics, sports and art. Everyone’s individuality and contributions are cherished and there is a strong unity among pupils, regardless of the year group. The Housemistress is a great mentor, who leads by example. Chetwynd is a happy place and it has become a true home away from home.
Year 12 pupil
Originally built as a hall of residence for sixth form girls, Chetwynd Hall became Chetwynd House in September 2019.
The name of the building commemorates a generous bequest to the School from the sale of Chetwynd Park in Shropshire, the former home of Lt Col John George Burton Burrough (S1909). The original Chetwynd Hall was opened in September 1999 by Old Carthusian Rachel Portman (P78).
Chetwynd enjoys a quiet location to the north-west of the campus and is only a short walk to the Queen's Sports Centre, playing fields, netball courts and the Astro pitches. The Central Dining Room is also close by. The beautiful views and tranquillity mean that there is a space for the girls to have some peace away from the busy centre of the School.