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  • Duke of Kent School
    Peaslake Road
    GU6 7NS
  • Head: Mrs Judith Fremont-Barnes
  • T 01483 277313
  • F 01483 273 862
  • E
  • An independent school for boys and girls aged from 3 to 16.
  • Boarding: No
  • Local authority: Surrey
  • Pupils: 299
  • Religion: None
  • Fees: £2100 - £5360 per term
  • Open days: Please contact the Registrar
  • ISI report: View the ISI report

What the school says...

Duke of Kent School in Ewhurst offers co-educational from Nursery to GCSE in the Surrey Hills. The School strives for excellence, expects and celebrates effort, nurtures well-being and presents challenge. The size of the School allows each pupil to be known and cared for as an individual. The stunning setting, extended day and inclusive fees make Duke of Kent School an ideal place for children from 3 to 16.

Duke of Kent School promotes a growth mindset, operating on the principal that all learners can, when properly challenged and supported, achieve extraordinary progress. The School focuses on pupils achieving personal bests in every aspect of their development.

Duke of Kent School works in partnership with parents to support and promote all aspects of pupil development, preparing pupils to play a positive role in their adult lives, as independent learners and thinkers, and to be responsible members of the local and global community.

Forest School is a big part of life for Pre-prep pupils along with a strong academic culture. As pupils enter the Prep School they learn to develop good habits and a growing independence. Through the Senior School pupils are expected to confidently take responsibility for their own learning and to want to do their best.

The School has an excellent bus service that serves Horsham, Rudgwick, Newlands Corner, Shamley Green, Wonersh, Gomshall, Cranleigh and Ewhurst.
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