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St Anthony’s School for Girls bags top Ofsted grading

PUBLISHED: 10:23 19 January 2018 | UPDATED: 10:23 19 January 2018

St Anthony's School for Girls has been awarded an 'outstanding' Ofsted grading. Photo by St Anthony's School for Girls

St Anthony's School for Girls has been awarded an 'outstanding' Ofsted grading. Photo by St Anthony's School for Girls

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A Golders Green school is celebrating after receiving an “outstanding” Ofsted report.

In its first inspection by the education regulatory body since opening as a girls school for students aged between four and 11 in September 2016, St Anthony’s School for Girls received the top grading across all areas.

Headteacher Laura Flannery said: “We are exceptionally proud to be recognised as an ‘outstanding school.

“We have worked closely with our parents, staff, governors, and sister school, St Anthony’s School for Boys, to provide a high quality education in a nurturing family community. The Ofsted framework places a significant focus on the development of individuals across the whole curriculum.

“This very much complements our ethos of facilitating the achievement of academic excellence, in a caring and highly supportive, individualistic environment.”


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