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Immensely sensible ‘no bag’ policy. You take your bag to your locker, take out what you need and can’t go back for the next two hours. Result – no-one bashes you with a rucksack in a corridor, no heaps of...

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Ibstock Place School entrance criteria:

Prep School : Waiting lists for Kindergarten (Reception); Year 1 through individual assessment; Years 2-4 by assessments in English and Mathematics; Years 5-6 by assessments in English, Mathematics and Reasoning plus a written report from current Headteacher.

Entry into the Senior School at 11 + is by assessment in Mathematics, English, Reasoning and interview in January (detailed report is also required by previous Headteacher). Occasional places available at 13+. Sixth Form is by assessment/interview and GCSE results. ...Read more

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2016 Good Schools Guide Awards

  • Best performance by Boys taking French at an English Independent School (Cambridge Int Certificate Level 1/Level 2)

Curricula

Cambridge Pre-U - an alternative to A levels, with all exams at the end of the two-year course.

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What The Good Schools Guide says

Immensely sensible ‘no bag’ policy. You take your bag to your locker, take out what you need and can’t go back for the next two hours. Result – no-one bashes you with a rucksack in a corridor, no heaps of bags at entrances and everyone has to think ahead. Hooray! Very attractive and sensible uniform...

Headmistress

Since 2000, Mrs Anna Sylvester-Johnson BA PGCE – known to all as 'Mrs SJ' (50s). Previously head of The Arts Educational School in Turnham Green, prior to which she taught at The Lycée and before that she was head of English at The Green School for Girls in Isleworth. An interesting and eclectic mix. Chic, svelte and very much in control, she is a mix of smiley and steely. That she has made the school the success it is today is...

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