Downsend School - Pre-Prep Ashtead

22 Oakfield Road
KT21 2RE
01372 273778
01372 273778
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Downsend School - Pre-Prep Ashtead, Ashtead is an independent school for boys and girls aged from 2 to 6.

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£610 - £2390


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Downsend is a co-educational, day preparatory school, providing education from 2-13. With three separate pre-preparatory Lodges, each with its own Head and dedicated staff and a main school site for the older children, Downsend provides a refreshingly different education. The best way to judge a school is by studying the faces of its pupils. You are always welcome, so come and visit us and see for... Read More

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