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Established in 1987, Abercorns aim is to give children the best start in education by providing a friendly, caring and inspiring academic atmosphere.

The school has gained an enviable record of excellence and achievement for boys and girls from two and a half to 13 + years of age. We guide both pupils and parents through the education process to ensure your child attains the highest standards.

We continuously evaluate each students development in order to foster individual talents and skills.

Happiness is an essential prerequisite to the acquisition of knowledge. At Abercorn learning is serious but fun!

Abercorn is a firm believer in traditional values and standards, including excellent pastoral care. However, we are committed to embracing the best of what the 21st century will offer, and preparing your child to face the challenges of the modern world with confidence and competence.
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