Salcombe Preparatory School

Salcombe Preparatory School
Address
224/226 Chase Side
Southgate
London
N14 4PL
Tel
020 8441 5356
Fax
020 8441 5282
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Salcombe Preparatory School, London is an independent school for boys and girls aged from 3 to 11.

Local authority:

Enfield

Pupils:

198

Religion:

Not Applicable

Fees:

£7,395 - £9,045 pa

Open days:

14th February 2013 - Lower School Open Morning


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Salcombe enjoys an excellent local reputation for its academic success rate, sporting prowess and cultural activities. The Infant Department in Green Road, Southgate occupies a modernised and extended Grade II listed building while the older pupils enjoy the adapted and greatly extended original site in Chase Side, a short walk away.

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