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EDUCATION PROMOTION


What can your school offer that is unique compared to other schools? Entry to our Reception class is by ballot, so we are proud to offer a broad, well- rounded education to girls of all abilities. Our strength lies in recognising the individual’s talents, interests and strengths, and building confidence through excellent teaching in a nurturing environment. Our girls are happy and feel special; it is through this happiness and high self-esteem that they achieve success.


Mrs Susan Pepper THE STUDY PREPARATORY SCHOOL


Camp Road, Wimbledon SW19 4UN 020 8947 6969 www.thestudyprep.co.uk


What would you say is the most important responsibility in your role? The girls are my priority. Although I oversee the strategic direction of the school, and take the opportunity to continuously improve the school, it all comes down to the happiness of our girls. I get to know them and their families - I believe that an open dialogue between myself and the teachers, the girls and their families is essential.


What has been your motive towards the progress of the school?


When I first visited The Study, long before I became Headmistress, I was impressed by its exceptional warmth and creativity.


My motivation is to preserve those special characteristics of the school while modernising and developing the academic provision, facilities and resources. I always keep in mind that I want to lead a school which I would choose for my own child.


What do you love most about education/ school life?


I loved my years teaching History, but I always nurtured the ambition of being able to make a big difference to children’s lives by running my own school.


Sum up your schools’ ethos in one line The Study is a village school with a warm, family atmosphere and the facilities and achievements of a leading London prep school.


Do you have any Open Days coming up? We hold an Annual Open Morning at both sites in March. In addition, I also offer regular tours of the school for more intimate groups all year round. These smaller groups mean that visitors can meet key staff and ask me any questions at all about their daughter’s educational needs and choices. Call 020 8947 6969 to book a tour.


THE ROCHE SCHOOL


Private nursery established 1994 Sessional care – 2 ½ or 3 hours


Nursery takes children from 2+ - Reception class entry


“Children settle extremely well and thrive in the homely and dynamic learning environment.”


Ofsted Outstanding The Castle Kindergarten


20 Henfi eld Road, Wimbledon SW19 3HU 020 8544 0089


www.thecastlekindergarten.co.uk thecastlekindergarten@virginmedia.com


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I ndep endent co- educational P rim ary and N ursery S chool of f P utney B ridg e Road, 11 Frog m ore S W 18 1HW , Tel: 020 887 7 0823 www.therocheschool.co.uk


* P ersonal attention, g ood teaching * P lenty of S p ort and the A rts


O FS TE D : “ The Roche S chool p rovides an outstanding quality of education.”


COME AND SEE US! COME AND SEE US!


or on our O p en M orning s 9.30 - 11.00 1st M ay , 13th J une and 10.30- 12.30 S aturday 20th S ep tem b er


by appointment Tel 020 8877 0823 or on our Open Mornings Friday 23rd January 2015, Wednesday 4th March 2015, Thursday 7th May 2015, Wednesday 17th June 2015


b y ap p ointm ent Tel 020 887 7 0823 72 . January 2015 . timeandleisure.co.uk


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