St Anthony’s re-launches scholarship programme

School claims it ‘offers children unrivalled opportunities for means-tested scholarships offered at 7+ in both this current academic year and next’

Part of the Alpha Plus Group, Golders Green-based St Anthony’s School for Girls has re-launched its scholarship programme “to make it possible for bright local girls, who otherwise may not have the opportunity, to achieve a place at a first-class independent school”. 

Applications are now welcome and the chosen individuals will be eligible for a percentage of their annual school fees to be covered, provided that they meet satisfactory academic standards. 

The school says it prides itself on providing first-class learning, “where children and young people are able to achieve their full potential and academic excellence in a challenging yet secure and caring environment with access to the latest classroom technology and the very best in modern and traditional teaching methods”. 

Head Teacher Laura Flannery, commented: “I know that there are many young, local girls with strong academic potential who would flourish at this wonderful school. 

“We are delighted that we are able to offer these scholarships to help them to thrive. We facilitate the achievement of academic excellence, in a caring and highly supportive, individualistic environment. This is greatly aided with our small, unrivalled class sizes.” 

For more information of St Anthony’s School for Girls please contact Jessica Green, the school administrator, on: 020 38693070 or


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