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'This is the best school anyone could ever choose', 'It's amazing here', 'I'd give the school five stars', we were told. Did they miss having boys around? 'Well, they were loud,' commented one girl cheerfully, 'so it's good that they're not here, really, and it's nice to have smaller classes.' We were impressed by the Games Club, a nurture group for girls with social difficulties, but also by the Quest Club for the gifted and talented students. We certainly saw some lovely examples of the latter. The head is also a firm believer in…

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At Cumnor House we prepare girls so that they have the best possible choice of senior school at the end of Year 6. We offer outstanding teaching in a nurturing and caring environment. Our dedicated and passionate team of staff support the girls and encourage them to develop their interests and talents both within the extensive curriculum and through involvement in a wide range of extra-curricular clubs and activities. ...Read more

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Head

Since January 2016, Mrs Dina Mallett BA Ed (Reading), previously deputy head at City of London School for Girls Prep School. She started her teaching career as a class teacher at Dulwich College Prep School (now Dulwich Prep London), becoming classical studies teacher, head of year and assistant director of studies.

Entrance

Two-form entry with up to 20 per class. Automatic admission for girls at Treetops, Cumnor's excellent and increasingly sought-after nursery. Otherwise, entry is 'mostly non-selective', and at 4+ consists of a taster day where the girls' literacy and numeracy is checked 'to see where they're at', but not formally assessed. 'Very rarely say no,' says school. But with a growing reputation in the neighbourhood, we suspect that will change. Register early to be sure of a place. Apparently there's means-tested assistance plus the odd...

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