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About Us

St. Anthony’s School for Girls educates girls aged four to eleven. Our founding cohorts include a Reception and Year 3 class, with growth being organic thereon. Classes will open in 2017 for Year 1 and Year 4 and so on.  We will have two-form entry into each year with the maximum roll being 280 pupils.

St. Anthony’s girls are taught in a Catholic environment which is inclusive and open to all faiths. We share the same ethos and values as our sister school, St. Anthony’s School for Boys, and operate a Pastoral Board which will work with the Alpha Plus Group and school leadership to ensure the Catholic ethos of the school is nurtured.

 

St. Anthony’s School for Girls is both academic and caring; setting high educational standards as well as being deeply focused on nurturing the individual. Our family atmosphere develops respect and compassion, creating an environment in which kindness is a core value. By learning in a setting where they feel safe, secure and valued, St. Anthony’s girls will grow to be confident and resilient young women, well prepared for the wider world.

Our school is located in Ivy House, a magnificent three storey building with a beautiful façade, overlooking Golders Hill Park. It is the former home of the prima ballerina, Anna Pavlova and was also at one time occupied by the painter, JMW Turner.

The building has an area of 12,000 square feet and has undergone a full programme of refurbishment to create the very best teaching space, incorporating 14 classrooms, a specialist science room, as well as a multi-purpose hall for dining, assemblies, gymnastics and other purposes. The addition of a barre and mirror creates the perfect space to uphold the building’s history of dance.

To discover more about us, explore our website further or contact us using the details on our contact page.

Our Next Open Day

Our next open morning is Thursday 11th January 10am to 11am

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