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Nowhere is there a feeling of pressure, but these girls are definitely high achievers. Parents say: ‘Girls are supported but not mollycoddled'; ‘develop confidence as they go through’; ‘well prepared for move to senior school’....

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Wimbledon High Juniors is an academically selective school offering a truly creative curriculum. We harness children's natural curiosity and imagination, allowing our pupils to make connections between different subjects and thereby promoting independent learning. Small enough to know and care for your daughter, we benefit from being part of a bigger whole, offering first rate facilities: our own swimming pool, performing arts centre, specialist teaching rooms for science, ICT, design and technology, art and music. We have a sports centre and netball court on site; our all-weather playing fields are a ten-minute walk away. With a range of exciting extra-curricular opportunities outside the classroom, your daughter will thrive, and the self-confidence she gains will be excellent preparation for the next stage of her education at 11. ...Read more

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What The Good Schools Guide says

Nowhere is there a feeling of pressure, but these girls are definitely high achievers. Parents say: ‘Girls are supported but not mollycoddled'; ‘develop confidence as they go through’; ‘well prepared for move to senior school’.

Head

Since 2003, Kate Mitchell BEd MA (50s). Formerly deputy head at Alleyn's Junior School, Ashville College Junior School, Harrogate and Stamford Junior School, Lincolnshire. Knows every girl and every parent. Parents say: ‘easy to talk to, professional, approachable and dedicated’. Girls love her. Teaches verbal reasoning in preparation for 11+ and hears infant readers. Non-controversial. Has been around for over 13 years, but no plans to move on. Do we hear parents breathing a sigh of relief?

Entrance

Selective at 4+. Testing in November prior to entry. Specially designed, supposedly relaxing, activities in a nursery school environment. ‘We’re looking for potential, not...

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