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Some independent schools in Merton are listed below.
For further information on independent schools in and around Merton, you may find it helpful to contact the Independent Schools Information Service, either by phone on 020 7798 1560.
Age 2-11 years. Mixed gender
Age 4-11 years. Boys.
Roman Catholic school
The Hall School Wimbledon- Junior School
London SW15 3EQ
Telephone: 020 8788 2370
The Hall School Wimbledon- Senior School
17 The Downs
Wimbledon SW20 8HF
Telephone: 020 8879 9200
The Hall School website
Age 4-16 years. Mixed gender.
Wimbledon SW19 4TT
Kings College Senior School
Boys aged 13-18 and girls aged 16-18
Senior School Telephone: 020 8255 5300
Senior School Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kings College Junior School
Boys aged 7-13
Junior School Telephone: 020 8255 5335
Junior School Email: email@example.com
Morden Hall Park SM4 5JD
Telephone: 020 8544 9769
The London Acorn School Website
Age 3-14. Mixed Gender.
28 Arterberry Road
Wimbledon SW20 8AH
Telephone: 020 8947 6617
The Norwegian School in London Website
Mixed gender. Scandinavian School.
Age 3-7 years. Mixed gender.
Reception to Year 3
Wimbledon Common SW19 4UN
020 8947 6969
Year 4 to Year 6
4 Peek Crescent
Wimbledon Village SW19 5ER
Telephone: 020 8947 6969
The Study Preparatory School website
Age 4-11 years. Girls
Age 3-11 years. Girls.
Age 3-4 years. Boys.
Roman Catholic school.
Age 4-13 years. Boys
Age 4-8 years. Boys
Wimbledon SW19 4AB
Senior school telephone: 020 8971 0900
Senior school email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Junior school telephone: 020 8971 0902
Junior school email: email@example.com
Age 4-18 years. Girls.
Age 3-19 years. Mixed gender.
Blossom House School is a specialist school for children with speech, language and communication difficulties.
Eagle House Primary School (4-12 years) is in Mitcham. Eagle House Secondary School (11-19 years) is located in Sutton.
Eagle House School is an independent special school providing education for children with an autistic spectrum disorder, autism, Asperger's syndrome and associated social and communication difficulties.
This page was last updated on Thursday 27 November 2014