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The school has not expanded at all since it was first founded. It still occupies the same building, and is very small; you will know quite quickly if you love it or not, but if you don’t, be careful not to write it off too soon. This is a rare little boutique in the increasingly...

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Our aim is to create a happy environment which fosters lively, motivated and interested children who have not only confidence in their own abilities but also a considerate awareness of their peers.

Fees cover lunches, all sports activities, clubs, school trips and travel.

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Joint principals

Since 1991, Mrs Jacqueline Hampton (60s) and her husband, Mr Frederick Hampton MA RCA; both studied at art school. Mrs Hampton, aged 19, came here to lend a hand to her mother, Mrs Nancy Keane, who founded the school in 1952 with just six pupils, and never left. An intimate, cosy, family-run school, refreshing in this age of private equity backed independent schools. Mr and Mrs Hampton are very hands on and complement each other in their skills and strengths. She is form teacher for year 5 and he teaches English and art. Mrs Hampton describes herself as a ‘big picture’ person. She wants to see the children having fun while they learn and is determined to withstand the pressure, that faces all London schools, to turn into an exam sausage factory. However,...

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