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Francis Holland School Sloane Square

Francis Holland School, SW1, is a Church of England school located close to Sloane Square station.

It shares the same name as the NW1 school and both are administered and governed by a charitable trust.

Like its sister school, its mission is to provide an excellent, balanced education within a supportive, friendly and happy community.

Francis Holland aims to support personal, moral and spiritual development within a Christian context and offers opportunities for leadership in its Young Enterprise groups.

Facts

Address: 39 Graham Terrace, London, SW1W 8JF
 
Website: http://www.fhs-sw1.org.uk/
 
Inspector’s Report: http://www.isi.net/schools/6464/
 
Type of School: Independent day school for girls aged 4 – 18.
 
Results: In 2015, at A Level, 43% of entries were awarded A* or A.In 2015, at GCSE, 73% of all results were A* or A.
 
Entrance Exam: English and Maths. See http://www.fhs-sw1.org.uk/496/admissions/admissions-11- for guidance.This school is part of the North London Girls’ School’s Consortium.
 
Fees: £6,150 a term (2015-16)
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