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London co-eds, long list for open days

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MN164 Sat 14-Feb-15 10:39:06

I'm lining up the open days for our Year 4 girl at state primary. I want to do a round of open days this year on my own and then filter it down to 3 or 4 to take her to see next year in year 5. She's bright and would have a good chance at any 10+/11+.

We have considerable flexibility in location (north, central, west, south west) and type (state, grammar, faith (Catholic), private, etc).

The one thing she is keen on, although she's not sure why, is going co-ed. I've been to see a few girls schools and personally like them. I might take her to see one just in case it dispels some myth she has about them.

So I've put together a list of co-eds that don't have strict catchment area rules - or at least ones we could work with.

Am I missing some that I should be considering?

Additions welcome (plus any comments from parents at a school - I tend to ignore second hand data).

Ibstock Place
St Benedicts
Kingston Grammar
Latymer Upper
Portland Place

King Alfred
Dame Alice Owen
Latymer Edmonton

The list doesn't have local comps on it, not because I'm against them, just because we could only consider the ones in our catchment. I'm looking at those too.

wandymum Sat 14-Feb-15 10:41:08


MN164 Sat 14-Feb-15 11:56:00

Good suggestion. Thanks.

mary21 Sat 14-Feb-15 13:40:54

Kew House, Radnor House?.

Alana1975 Sat 14-Feb-15 14:32:18

Hampton court house?

TalkinPeace Sat 14-Feb-15 15:06:38

Move outside of London and most of the state schools are co-ed

MN164 Sat 14-Feb-15 15:11:06

Thanks Mary, Thanks Alana.

TP - not that flexible I'm afraid. wink

basildonbond Sat 14-Feb-15 16:50:51

Graveney in tooting has children coming from all over London to try out for the selective places (25% of the year group)

kwerty Sat 14-Feb-15 17:51:58


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