Independent Schools March 15

The Ursuline Preparatory School
The Ursuline Preparatory School move into their brand new “St Angela’s” building.
During the February half term break, staff and children from Ursuline Preparatory School moved into their new purpose build accommodation. This accommodation is called “The St Angela’s Building” and comprises a brand new Nursery and Reception teaching facility, as well as 4 further classrooms for older girls.
This bright and airy accommodation, with access to refurbished and a purpose built playground is the perfect environment for young children to learn and develop whilst remaining in a central Wimbledon location.
Open Day Saturday 21st March from 10am to 12noon – and all families looking for the perfect start to school life will be warmly welcomed. Ursuline Preparatory Schooll, 18 The Downs, Wimbledon, SW20 8HR

020 8947-0859

Sydenham High School,
Sydenham High SE26 6BI, Girls, age range 4-18yrs, total pupils in school 620, class size Junior 20-24, Senior 20-25. Choice of subjects drama, music, languages, Junior, French plus Latin, Senior, French, Spanish, German, Italian plus Latin, Science,

Sports to include athletics, tennis, cricket, netball, hockey, football, rugby, swimming, trampolining, gymnastics, dance, fencing & scuba diving, Open Day Junior 6 May 15, Senior & 6th Form 7 May,

020 8557 7004,

Hampton School,
Hampton School, Hampton, TW12 3HD

Boys, 11-18yrs,
1200 pupils in school, class size 24 in lower years, with smaller class sizes for GCSE & A level subjects.
Choice of subjects, drama, music, languages French, Spanish, German, Russian & Mandarin, Science.
Sports to include football, rowing, rugby, cricket & tennis,
Open Day 26 Sept 15

020 8979 5526,

St Hilary’s School,
St Hilary’s School Godalming, GU7 1RZ,

Boys 2-7yrs, girls 2-11yrs, 268 pupils in school, class size 16 on average.
Choice of subjects drama, music, languages, French, Latin & Spanish, Science in Key Stage 1 is taught by class teacher & in Key Stage 2 it is taught by specialist teachers in a modern purpose built laboratory.
Sports to include tag rugby, football, cricket, netball, athletics, gym & dance,
Open Day 21 May 15,

01483 416551,

Bromley High Junior School
Kent LTA Tennis School of the Year 2014

It was with great pride that Mrs Dickerson and Mrs Botham attended the Kent LTA annual awards ceremony to pick up the much coveted Kent LTA School of the Year Award presented by Austin Smith, President of the Kent LTA. The Junior School was shortlisted for this prestigious award due to the outstanding achievements of its school teams in all age groups at the 2014 Kent Schools’ Team and Doubles Championships.

In addition, the school was recognised for its extensive extra – curricular tennis programme, offering Years 3 – 6 girls both coaching at early morning tennis clubs and competitive tennis opportunities against local schools and through the internal Bromley High School mini tennis red, orange, green and full ball championships.
Mrs Dickerson, Head of Bromley High Junior School, commented, “It is fantastic that both the girls’ and Mrs Botham’s hard work and dedication have been recognised in this way, as tennis, alongside many other sports , is an integral part of life at Bromley High Junior School.”
Award presented by Austin Smith, President of the Kent LTA.

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