St Margaret's School

St Margaret's School
Merry Hill Road
WD23 1DT
020 8416 4400
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St Margaret's School, Bushey is an independent school for girls aged from 4 to 18. Takes boarders.

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Day: £9,330 - £ 14,730; Boarding: £20,220 - £27,600

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September, November, February, May


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St Margaret’s School in Bushey is among the oldest girls' schools in the UK, founded in 1749. It is a selective day and boarding school, yet it draws from a wide range of academic ability. The School is known for its particular focus on strong pastoral care and individual support.

St Margaret's enjoys a rural setting with 74 acres of private grounds which features a range of sports facilities (including... Read More

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