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Notting Hill & Ealing High School has a long tradition of academic excellence and creativity within an exceptionally warm and supportive environment.

Our girls are well grounded, confident and independent. They are proud of their school and value kindness and laughter, fun and friendship. This is a place where tolerance and mutual respect are nurtured; where you can be yourself. With a wide variety of activities and opportunities, and a strong emphasis on charitable giving, everyone can enjoy being part of a vibrant community and express their passion for learning, and for life.

Mission, Vision and Ethos

Claremont Fan Court began from small but very significant foundations. The first families in the then separate girls’ school, Clear View, were Christian Scientists who wished to establish a school for their daughters that advocated the seeing of good in all inspired by the principles of Christian Science.

A few years later, several teachers who were Christian Scientists established Fan Court, a boys’ preparatory school in Chertsey. They chose ‘Be Strong’ as the School motto.

An early Fan Court Headmaster said: ‘We like to think of our boys as going out into the world knowing themselves greatly beloved of God, unafraid, at peace with themselves and their neighbours, and spiritually strong.’

The School has no formal connection with the Christian Science Church. Claremont Fan Court School is owned by a company limited by guarantee and registered with the Charity Commission. The Governors are the Trustees.

Responsibility • Respect • Loyality • Integrity

Claires Court is a school for families, run by a family, providing private education for young people aged 3 to 18 years. Based on three sites across Maidenhead, we are a broad ability day school offering a diamond shape education. This allows a unique opportunity for boys and girls to be educated during their Junior and Senior years separately, but come together for trips and visits, whilst our Nursery and Sixth Form pupils benefit from a co–educational provision.