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A lovable school with a warm and community feel that surprises in such a location. Magoo is energy, enthusiasm, loquacity and huge fun in pinstripes. He is not out to process children for any particular school but to ensure his school maintains the values, atmosphere and friendliness that make a sound learning environment for all. Though the (very well-cared-for) building has its airy spaces, on-site activity space is limited. 'We do miss having a playground.' Buses take children to local parks etc and no-one complains of a lack of exercise - despite the…

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Knightsbridge School (KS) offers a broad, balanced and challenging curriculum preparing both boys and girls for 8+,11+ and 13+ Common Entrance entry to public day and boarding schools. Pastoral Care: KS fosters a strong sense of community and welcomes parental involvement. It provides a warm, supportive environment where children flourish.
HEADS MOTTO: Junior School: 'Play Hard, Work Hard'. Seniors: Work Hard, Play Hard'.

Outstanding Characteristics:
Keep Smiling is the school motto and KS stands for Keep Studying, Keep Striving, Keep Striding, Keep Sporty, Keep Scootering, Keep Singing and Keep It Simple!
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Principal and founder, since the school opened in 2006, Magoo Giles, (50ish) known universally and affectionately as Magoo. Married with two children, one in the school. Via Summer Fields, Eton, the Coldstream Guards and two years as personal equerry to the Queen, he spent six years as head of nearby Garden House Boys' School. If he wasn't a teacher from the off, he should have been - he exudes ebullience, dedication and high educational values. With the backing of 50 friends and family members, he got hold of the building on the corner of Lennox Gardens and Pont Street - formerly home of The Hellenic College - and began to create a dream come true. Magoo is energy, enthusiasm, loquacity and huge fun in pinstripes. He is not out to process children for any...

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