Greenacre School for Girls

Sutton Lane
01737 352114
01737 373 485
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Greenacre School for Girls, Banstead is an independent school for girls aged from 3 to 18.

Local authority:





Church of England


£4,050 - £13,098 pa

Open days:

Prospective Parents' Mornings - 9 May and 25 June 2013


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Greenacre School for Girls was established in 1933 by two exceptional young women. Both had a deep flair for teaching and a vision for a school that would provide not only excellent academic standards, but also an education tailored specifically to the needs of girls and young women. That vision is still central to the School today.

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