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Sherborne House School joins Bellevue Education

Posted on: 17 Oct 2016

Bellevue Education is delighted to welcome a new school to the group.

Situated in an idyllic four-acre site in the quiet, desirable area of Hiltingbury in Hampshire, Sherborne House School is the fourteenth school to join the group and caters for pupils aged three to eleven.

Heather Hopson-Hill, the school’s Head Teacher, is thrilled to be part of the Bellevue group of schools.

“The over-arching aims at the core of Sherborne House are to develop confidence, independence and a real love of learning in every pupil. Our broad curriculum encompasses all aspects of a modern education, which aims to equip our pupils with the skills and confidence to embrace challenges and achieve their goals.  In joining the Bellevue group of schools, we will be able to share best practice, and contribute to the group’s creative and forward-thinking vision, offering the highest possible outcomes for our pupils, who are at the heart of all we do.”

To find out more about Sherborne House School, visit: http://www.sherbornehouse.co.uk/

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