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Gatehouse School

Gatehouse School
Address
Sewardstone Road
Victoria Park
London
E2 9JG
Tel
0208 980 2978
Fax
0208 983 1642
Email
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Gatehouse School, London is an independent school for boys and girls aged from 3 to 11.

Local authority:

Tower Hamlets

Pupils:

330

Religion:

Christian

Fees:

£6,975 - £8,580 pa


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Our founder Phyllis Wallbank and Maria Montessori were professional and personal friends. We have continued to be an environment where children thrive. Our June 2011 ISI inspector report found us to be outstanding in every area. Our children are successful academically, socially and emotionally. We featured in the Sunday times list of top 100 prep school* in November 2011.

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