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St John's International School 1 day AGO by Parent
“Amazing small school with great international network”
Both my children had a fantastic time at St John's. The IB PYP is brilliant and really stimulated a love of learning for them both and they were able to really make the most of the international... Read Full Review
St John's Mead Church of England Primary School 3 days AGO by A Parent
“Great school, children were very happy here”
Both my sons went to St John's Mead school where they were looked after extremely well. Pros as a parent: teaching standards generally very good across the board (shout out to Mr Swanson in... Read Full Review
Eltham Hill School 3 days AGO by
“Outstanding School”
My daughter joined Eltham Hill for Sixth Form in September 2016. She is incredibly happy at her new school, the teachers are very supportive, readily available to contact by email and respond... Read Full Review

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