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Meoncross School

Meoncross School
Burnt House Lane
PO14 2EF
01329 662182
01329 664680
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Meoncross School, Fareham is an independent school for boys and girls aged from 2. to 18.

Local authority:







£7,365 - £10,485 pa

Open days:

26 Feb 2015, 12 March 2015, 23 April 2015, 16 May 2015 10am - 12 noon


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A School that stands for every child

With an outstanding academic journey from 2½ to 18, Meoncross, located on the south coast of Hampshire, is the co-educational independent school that makes learning come alive.

Our ‘School of One’ ethos is for every pupil to realize their full potential, with individual learning and goals for each child, supported by academic mentors who monitor and guide... Read More

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