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A rare thing, a boarding school of this size - 120 acres - so close to the national hub and unique, now, in offering, as it does, coeducation from 3-18 with an inbuilt international school integral to its offering. In parkland with some glorious trees which still date from the planting of a former resident, the botanist Peter Collinson...

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Since December 2018, Jane Sanchez, previously principal deputy and then acting head. She joined the school in 2003.

Founding head of The Mount, Mill Hill International School since 2014 is Sarah Bellotti BEd (50s). Mrs Bellotti is steeped in international education, having spent 20 years teaching English in international schools in Rome and, latterly, nine years as the director of King's, Ely's International Study Centre. It has to be a dream job, this - a beautifully reimagined and refurbished school dedicated entirely to educating able children from overseas in English subjects via intensive language support to enable them to gain places at good English boarding schools - and down the road from and sharing the facilities of the main school. And she fits the bill. Intense and intensely committed to...

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