Meoncross School

Address
Burnt House Lane
Stubbington
Fareham
Hampshire
PO14 2EF
Tel
01329 662182
Fax
01329 664680
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Meoncross School, Fareham is an independent school for boys and girls aged from 3 to 16.

Local authority:

Hampshire

Pupils:

431

Religion:

Not Applicable


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Meoncross offers quality education to boys and girls from Reception through to GCSE, and provides year round care for younger children with its first-rate, on site, pre-school. Consistent GCSE pass rates of over 90% testify to the quality of teaching and preparation and the choice of options is also wide. Much of the school is housed in modern, purpose built facilities, including a new hall, centred... Read More

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