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Montgomery Primary School

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Hohne
BFPO 30
Tel
0049 5051 96 2443
Fax
0049 5051 96 2347
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Montgomery Primary School, Hohne is an independent school for boys and girls aged from 5 to 11.

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School is run by Service Children's Education (SCE), a Government Agency within the MOD, to provide a British education for the children of British Servicemen and Servicewomen, and Civil Servants, stationed in Germany. Read More

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