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Chartfield School

Chartfield School
45 Minster Road
01843 831716
01843 221973
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Chartfield School, Westgate-on-Sea is an independent school for boys and girls aged from 3 to 11.

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Chartfield School is an independent primary school in the town of Westgate-on-Sea on the north Kentish coast, catering for boys and girls aged between three and eleven years. Our current school building, in which we have resided since our move in 1958, is a converted residential property opposite a park.

We offer a traditional, child-orientated education and expect high level of behaviour, teaching... Read More

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