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By year 6 it’s all systems go with pupils testing for acids and carrying out electrical projects with circuits, buzzers and lights. Teachers, most of whom are long standing members of the staff room, told us they are frequently ‘blown away’ by the pupils who are ‘so into learning’. ‘Some take the country route, and some take the M25,’ one stalwart told us, ‘but we’re passionate about happy children and they all...

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Since July 2020, Helen Stanton-Tonner. Previously head of Holland House School in Edgware. Her first headship was at Francis House Prep and she has also been head of pre-prep and nurseries at Swanbourne House School. Was educated in Herts and did a degree in history and literature at the University of Wales. Started her teaching career within the state sector, developing a specialism for teaching and training computing in primary schools. Rose through the ranks to become coordinator for key stage 2 in a large London primary school before taking on an advisory role to support schools with their computing and technology across three London boroughs.


Main intakes at 3+ to nursery and 4+ to reception. Non-selective; pupils and parents all interviewed by head and for entry into year 1 and up there are assessments...

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