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Francis Holland SW v St James v Queen's Gate - which is best?

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Mumofthreelondon Fri 10-Feb-17 14:42:48

Would love any views on which of these three schools you would choose?

Trumpdespiser Fri 10-Feb-17 15:08:41

The one you live nearest to and which your dd prefers

howtheheckdoidealwiththis Fri 10-Feb-17 20:30:27

Personally I love FH Sloane sq. Great girls & seen them do super work with academically average girls.

Mumofthreelondon Fri 10-Feb-17 20:49:41

Thanks. What about More House? Any views?

howtheheckdoidealwiththis Fri 10-Feb-17 21:26:59

I love More House too. Academically less selective but a happy school.

Mumofthreelondon Fri 10-Feb-17 21:38:19

Thanks. Any experience of Marymount international ? Further obviously but we now have some decisions to make !

QGMum Sat 11-Feb-17 10:38:05

Like pp said choose the one your daughter likes.

Of the schools you have asked about I can say that Queen's Gate is a friendly, happy school where the girls are nurtured and encouraged to achieve their full potential. My dd has found the teaching inspiring and they have a fantastic programme of extracurricular activities. As it is a small school they really get to know each girl well.

It has a very caring ethos and the Head seems to work tirelessly and be a great leader of the school.

Mumofthreelondon Sat 11-Feb-17 21:46:29

Thanks so much everyone. That's v helpful.

Mumofthreelondon Sat 04-Mar-17 19:27:05

So its decision time now! I am planning to accept Queen's Gate over St James and FH South. Any views? It is so hard to know if you are taking the right decision...

QGMum Mon 06-Mar-17 17:51:21

@Mumofthreelondon Where did you choose in the end?

Mumofthreelondon Mon 06-Mar-17 20:29:05

Queens Gate. It feels right and is very close to our home...

Mumofthreelondon Mon 06-Mar-17 21:25:57

Thanks QGmum for your description - it was so helpful!!

QGMum Mon 06-Mar-17 22:31:02

Good choice! Hope your daughter will be very happy there.

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