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  • David Game College
    31 Jewry Street
    EC3N 2ET
  • Head: John Dalton/ Rachel Sherman
  • T 020 7221 6665
  • F 020 7243 1730
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  • An independent school for boys and girls aged from 13 to 22.
  • Boarding: No
  • Local authority: Westminster
  • Pupils: 262
  • Religion: None
  • Fees: Please see our website for full fee information
  • Open days: Please see website for details
  • Ofsted report: View the Ofsted report

What the school says...

Established in 1974, David Game College has now become one of the leading Independent Colleges in London. We seek to offer a dynamic educational experience, providing students with the opportunity to learn and to develop new talents and skills.

We offer intensive 1 year courses in A level and GCSE, and also 18 month - 2 year A level courses enrolling in September and January of each year. ...Read more

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