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The exterior of the school, originally a British army barracks, is well maintained, but what awaits inside is quite magical. We were struck by the attention to detail and aesthetics; the entrance hall is beautifully arranged with rocking-horse, pupils’ models and high quality art works by professionals. During our visit boys were producing leaves in IT and art enthusiastically for FebFest, and the older girls spoke of the delights of preparing music and performing at Cadogan Hall in the spring term to a packed audience...

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The boys' Upper School is now established, educating our boys up to the age of 11 years. The senior boys are taught separately from the girls as is the case lower down the School. The School goes from strength to strength, Mrs Charlotte Crofton nee Faber, a Garden House old girl and a senior teacher is flourishing as Head of the Girls' Upper School. Mrs Julia Adlard is Head of the Lower Girls' School. ...Read more

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Since 1973, Mrs Jill Oddy BA. She also runs three pre-prep schools in New York. As a long-serving member of the administrative department – who appreciated the school’s move in recent years to Turks Row just behind Sloane Square – proudly remarks: ‘She has tremendous vision.'

Head of girls' school since September 2017 is Annie Lee, previously head of All Hallows in Somerset. Music degree from Exeter, masters from St Mary's Twickenham and PGCE from Homerton College Cambridge. Has taught music at various schools including KCS Wimbledon and Wimbledon High; has also been head of Highfield Prep.

Head of the boys’ school since 2006, Mr Christian Warland, with BA from Exeter, (40s), left his work in the City as a lawyer and seems here to stay. He...

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