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Farringtons School

Address
Perry Street
Chislehurst
Kent
BR7 6LR
Tel
020 8467 0256
Fax
020 8467 5442
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Farringtons School, Chislehurst is an independent school for boys and girls aged from 3 to 19. Takes boarders.

Local authority:

Bromley

Pupils:

460

Religion:

Methodist


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From September 2010, boys will be admitted to the senior school into Year 7 and into the Lower Sixth Form. (Boys are already admitted into the Junior School.) Read More

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