St Anthony's School for Girls
Barnet, United Kingdom
About St Anthony's School for Girls
St. Anthony's School for Girls is a new catholic independent school that opened it's doors to it's first cohort of pupils in September 2016, located in Ivy House, on North End Road, NW11.
Ivy House is a magnificent three storey building with a beautiful façade, overlooking Golders Hill Park and with a large terrace to the rear. It is the former home of the London Jewish Cultural Centre and of the prima ballerina, Anna Pavlova and was also at one time occupied by the painter, JMW Turner.
The new school is a two-form entry school, educating girls from age 4 -11. Classes in Reception and Year 3 are currently open and with Year 1 and Year 4 opening in September 2017, and growth will be organic after that
The maximum roll will be 280.
As with our sister school, St. Anthony’s School for Boys, it is our nurturing family environment and high quality education which makes us exceptional. We believe that children reach their true potential when they feel safe, secure and valued as part of a supportive community.
We recognise that each child is an individual, with unique strengths and abilities. Through our guidance, it is the St. Anthony’s School for Girls aim that our pupils will flourish academically and go on to affect change, making a positive contribution to society through their academic abilities and moral and spiritual beliefs. Through living out our aims and ethos, we hope to foster in each child a passion to learn, the motivation to achieve and the desire to excel.