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Best Private Primary Schools in South East

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      • Claremont School

        Claremont School is an outstanding all-through co-ed boarding school in Baldslow, Westfield. With exceptional leadership and governance, the school offers consistently strong teaching, a well-planned curriculum, and high standards of behavior. The school's sixth form also provides effective teaching. While the English curriculum update is not fully established, Claremont School has a proven track record of outstanding outcomes for its students, as reflected in its exam results.
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      • St Gabriel's School

        St Gabriel's School is an outstanding co-ed Church of England school located in Greenham, South East. With a history dating back to 1938, it offers an all-through education for students from 0-18 years old. The school prides itself on its strong personal relationships, small class sizes, and outstanding quality of education. With a focus on personal development and excellent leadership and management, St Gabriel's provides a cutting-edge and motivating education. Its exam results showcase the success of its students, with a high percentage achieving AAB or higher at A-level. Overall, St Gabriel's School is a fantastic choice for parents seeking a nurturing and academically strong environment for their child's education.
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      • Lewes Old Grammar School

        Lewes Old Grammar School is an outstanding all-through school located in Lewes, South East. With a history dating back to 1958, the school provides a supportive and joyful environment that nurtures talent and encourages personal growth. With exceptional teachers and a focus on traditional values, students thrive academically and personally. The school offers a range of scholarships and support for students with special educational needs. With outstanding exam results, including an average A-level points score of 30.63, Lewes Old Grammar School is the ideal choice for parents seeking an excellent education for their children.
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      • The Montessori Place

        The Montessori Place is an outstanding all-through co-educational school located in Brighton and Hove. With a strong emphasis on personalized learning, the school offers a unique curriculum that allows students to follow their own interests. Pupils feel safe and positive about the school, with high expectations for their achievements. The school provides effective safeguarding arrangements and has an excellent record of meeting independent school standards. With its outstanding Ofsted report and impressive exam results, The Montessori Place offers a nurturing and stimulating environment for children aged 1-19 years.
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      • New Forest Small School

        New Forest Small School is a co-educational all-through school located in Lyndhurst, South East. With a strong focus on personal development, the school provides a safe and engaging environment for students aged 3-17. Parents have expressed satisfaction with the attention given to their children's well-being. While the school has achieved good overall effectiveness and outstanding behaviour, there is room for improvement in writing and mathematics performance. Despite this, students make at least good progress in all subjects.
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      • Priory School

        Priory School is a caring and inclusive all-through school for boys and girls aged 4-18. With an outstanding early years provision and passionate teachers who inspire pupils, the school prioritizes personal development and welfare. Offering a wide variety of clubs, speakers, and trips, Priory School provides a nurturing environment where students can thrive academically and socially.
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      • St Joseph's College

        St Joseph's College, located in Reading, is a co-educational all-through school with a strong emphasis on positive attitudes and behavior. With a dedicated Headteacher, the school provides high-quality teaching and learning, resulting in good outcomes for students. Although there are some inconsistencies in the quality of subjects taught, the school offers various scholarships and discounts for students, along with bursaries and hardship awards. The school also has a nursery and sixth form, catering to students from the age of 3 to 18. With a small student population of 581, St Joseph's College focuses on personal development, welfare, and academic achievement.
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      • Oxford Montessori Schools

        Oxford Montessori Schools is a reputable all-through school located in Elsfield, South East. With a strong emphasis on personalized education and holistic development, the school provides a nurturing environment for students aged 2-16. Led by Ms Katie Townsend, the school offers a good overall effectiveness, quality teaching, and a well-rounded curriculum. With a focus on student welfare and safety, the school also provides SEN support for 21.4% of its students. In addition, the school offers scholarships and discounts for siblings, making it an inclusive and affordable choice for parents seeking a quality education for their children.
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      • The King's School

        The King's School is a co-ed Christian school located in Fair Oak and Horton Heath. With a history dating back to 1982, the school offers education for students aged 5-16 years. Known for its outstanding teaching quality and a good overall effectiveness rating by Ofsted, the school provides a supportive and nurturing environment for its 241 students. Offering various scholarships and discounts, The King's School also ensures that students with SEN receive proper support, with 13.1% of the student body receiving SEN support. With a focus on personal development, behavior, and welfare, The King's School prioritizes the well-being and academic success of its students.
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      • Moon Hall School, Reigate

        Moon Hall School in Reigate is an all-through co-ed school founded in 1957. With a focus on supporting students with dyslexia, the school provides high standards of education and encourages personal growth. The school has a good overall rating from Ofsted and aims to help students realize their potential through an inclusive and supportive learning environment.
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      • Brighton Waldorf School

        Brighton Waldorf School is an all-through co-educational school located in Brighton and Hove. With a history dating back to 1983, the school provides a nurturing and supportive environment for children aged 2-16. Despite requiring improvement in some areas according to Ofsted, the school excels in promoting good behaviour and personal development. The school offers nursery classes and has a total student population of 158, with a balanced ratio of boys and girls. While the school meets the independent school standards, the exam results for KS4 in 2019 suggest room for improvement in academic achievement.
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      • Michael Hall School

        Michael Hall School is an all-through co-ed school located in Forest Row, South East England. With a history dating back to 1950, the school offers education for students aged 2-19 years. Led by Principal Sarah Stokes, the school values the holistic development of each student, focusing on body, soul, and spirit. The school's nurturing environment, supported by a dedicated teaching staff, aims to provide a comprehensive education that fosters personal growth and promotes a sense of community. With a strong emphasis on environmental stewardship, Michael Hall School encourages students to appreciate beauty and practice sustainability. The school offers both nursery classes and a sixth form program. While the most recent Ofsted report indicates areas requiring improvement, the school's good behavior and attitudes, along with their commitment to personal development, make it an attractive choice for parents seeking a well-rounded education.
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      • Headington School

        Headington School is an established all-through girls' school in Oxford, founded in 1920. With a strong focus on academic excellence, the school offers a range of scholarships and bursaries to support talented students. The school has a nurturing environment with a low student-to-teacher ratio and provides SEN support to ensure inclusive education. Headington School also boasts impressive exam results, with a high percentage of students achieving top grades at both KS4 and A-level. With its rich history, strong values, and commitment to holistic development, it is a top choice for parents seeking an outstanding education for their daughters.
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      • Brighton Girls GDST

        Brighton Girls GDST is an all-through girls' school in Brighton and Hove. With a strong history in girls' education, the school offers a creative and enterprising learning environment. The school values courage, kindness, and community, aiming to develop self-assured and morally strong girls who can make a positive impact on the world. With academic scholarships, a range of SEN support, and impressive exam results, Brighton Girls GDST provides an excellent education for girls aged 3-18.
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      • The Marist School

        The Marist School, founded in 1956, is an all-through Roman Catholic co-educational school located in Sunninghill. With a focus on academic excellence, the school offers a range of scholarships and discounts for students. With small class sizes and a supportive environment, the school caters to the individual needs of students, including those with SEN support. Additionally, the school has a thriving sixth form and a nursery for younger children. The Marist School is committed to providing a well-rounded education, encouraging students to excel academically and personally.
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      • Claremont Fan Court School

        Claremont Fan Court School is a co-educational Christian Science school located in Esher, South East. With excellent quality teaching and a focus on individual growth, the school offers a nurturing environment where students can reach their academic potential while also developing life skills. With outstanding A-level results and a wide range of open day opportunities, Claremont Fan Court School is dedicated to shaping well-rounded individuals prepared for university, careers, and society beyond.
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      • St Nicholas' School

        St Nicholas' School is an all-through Church of England school located in Crookham Village. With a history dating back to 1942, the school offers a nurturing and inclusive environment for girls aged 3-16. It provides a wide range of scholarships and awards, as well as support for students with special educational needs. The school's strong academic focus is evident in its impressive exam results, including a high EBacc average point score of 6.95 in KS4 2019.
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      • Shoreham College

        Shoreham College is an all-through co-educational school based in Shoreham by Sea. With a long-standing history since its establishment in 1927, the school offers a nurturing environment for students aged 2 to 16 years. Boasting a moderate-sized campus and a dedicated staff, Shoreham College prioritizes academic excellence while providing a wide range of scholarship opportunities for various talents including arts, music, drama, and sports. Additionally, the school offers SEN support to help every student thrive. With an impressive track record in exam results, Shoreham College is committed to providing a well-rounded education for each individual child.
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      • Meoncross School

        Meoncross School is a small and welcoming all-through school, providing a world-class education for students aged 3-16. With a strong emphasis on individualized learning and small class sizes, the school ensures that every student reaches their full potential. The school also prioritizes emotional health and happiness, offering a demanding pastoral program to foster resilience, confidence, and independence. As part of the Cognita Education Group, Meoncross benefits from financial stability and a wealth of educational expertise. Parents can expect excellent academic outcomes and a supportive home-school partnership at Meoncross School.
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      • The King's School

        The King's School is a co-educational Christian school located in Oxfordshire. With a total of 193 students, the school offers an exceptional education and supports students in learning about God's plan for their lives. The school values collaboration between faculty and parents to ensure each child reaches their full potential. With a focus on character development and academic advancement, The King's School provides a nurturing and inspiring environment for students to explore, learn, and grow.
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