Francis Holland Junior School, Sloane Square A GSG School
- Francis Holland Junior School, Sloane Square
- Head: Caroline Spencer-Kruger
- T 020 7730 2971
- F 020 7823 4066
- E email@example.com
- W www.fhs-sw1.org.uk
- A mainstream independent school for girls aged from 4 to 11 with a linked senior school
- Boarding: No
- Local authority: Westminster
- Pupils: 166
- Religion: Church of England
- Fees: £16,950 - £19,170 pa
- Open days: Several
- Review: View The Good Schools Guide Review
- ISI report: View the ISI report
- Linked schools: Francis Holland School, Sloane Square
What The Good Schools Guide says..
‘A happy school,’ is the general consensus amongst parents. Bullying very rare. School feels girls are ’traditional and polite.’ One pupil acknowledges: ‘It will be the saddest day of my life when I leave Francis Holland to go to my...
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What The Good Schools Guide says‘A happy school,’ is the general consensus amongst parents. Bullying very rare. School feels girls are ’traditional and polite.’ One pupil acknowledges: ‘It will be the saddest day of my life when I leave Francis Holland to go to my next school.’ Head believes her school is...
Head of Juniors
Since 2015, Caroline Spencer-Kruger, previously deputy head.
Assessments at 3. Some 150 girls tested in January for 24 places. School assesses ‘girls’ potential and readiness to learn.’ School was horrified when a parent asked about tutoring for their 3 year old and advises, ‘Parents need to read to their children, take them to the park and talk to them. That’s the best preparation for these tests.’ Places occasionally available further up the school and prospective pupils are then assessed in the classroom setting. Barely a spare seat in...