Thornhill Primary School

Address
Thornhill Road
London
N1 1HX
Tel
020 7607 4162
Fax
02076 091 208
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Thornhill Primary School, London is a state school for boys and girls aged from 3 to 11.

Local authority:

Islington

Pupils:

440

Religion:

Non-denominational

Open days:

Held regularly - please contact the school


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Thornhill Primary is a diverse, inclusive and highly innovative school that has developed its own distinctive and creative curriculum. The school seeks to develop all aspects of learning to the highest possible levels for every child. The core features of Thornhill are: a relentless focus on high quality learning; involvement of children in all aspects of school life; inclusion and diversity; developing... Read More

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