Ballard School

Ballard School
Fernhill Lane
New Milton
BH25 5SU
01425 626900
01425 638847
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Ballard School, New Milton is an independent school for boys and girls aged from 1 to 16.

Local authority:





Church of England


£6,840 - £12,300 p.a.

Open days:

Open Mornings are held from time to time - please refer to the school website for details


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Ballard is an all-round school for children aged between 1 and 16 and provides a supportive and caring environment for learning, based on a family ethos, Christian values and good teaching, designed to help all pupils achieve their personal best. High academic standards, together with thorough preparation for future education and the world of work, are underpinned by an ethos of concern for others,... Read More

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