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Criteria are refreshing – first come siblings, then children of former pupils, then families who live closest and finally, those who fit the age bracket the school wants to fill. Makes a point of covering the entire chronological year in any class year group. That doesn't mean no assessment – all applicants visit and parent and child are interviewed. So the emphasis is more on whether the child and...

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This large red-brick Victorian house provides airy, well-lit classrooms and a large enclosed playground. Between 1953 and 1971 the building contained the whole school. It now houses the older Year One children together with Years Two and Three.
The children participate enthusiastically in a wide range of activities both inside and outside the classroom. They continue to develop their academic skills, as well as their creative and sporting abilities in a caring atmosphere which prepares them well for their future education.

Most children spend two years in this building before moving on to the Prep and firm friendships are formed which often last long after primary school life has finished.
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Head

Since 2016, Christine McLelland - who took over as interim head in September 2015 following previous head Joanna Hockley's departure due to 'sad personal reasons' after a short tenure. She was previously deputy head of St Nicholas Prep in Kensington, and has taught all classes from reception to year 6 in London schools.

Entrance

Life begins at playgroup level and children are mostly siblings of current pupils. Then the nursery takes around 30 children out of the 120 applicants. Reception, the following year, takes the same number out of a similar number of applicants. Occasional places thereafter, but around 10 children out of 40-odd are taken into year 3.

Criteria are refreshing – first come siblings, then children of former pupils, then families who live closest and finally, those who fit the...

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