Babington House School

School in/near Chislehurst, existing between 1966 and now

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School · Chislehurst · BR7 ·
MAY
21
2018



Other independent school which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 18. Admissions policy: Selective (grammar).



Babington House School is a mixed school which opened in 1966.

Total school capacity: 395.
Enrollment (2018): 348.
Girls enrolled (2018): 240.
Boys enrolled (2018): 105.
Has Nursery Classes.
It has a website at: http://www.babingtonhouse.com/.



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VIEW THE CHISLEHURST AREA IN THE 1750s
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VIEW THE CHISLEHURST AREA IN THE 1800s
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VIEW THE CHISLEHURST AREA IN THE 1830s
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VIEW THE CHISLEHURST AREA IN THE 1860s
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VIEW THE CHISLEHURST AREA IN THE 1900s
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Grange Drive, BR7

Grange Drive is a road in the BR7 postcode area




LOCATIONS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Bullers Wood School:   Academy converter (Secondary) which accepts students between the ages of 11 and 18. Admissions policy: Comprehensive (secondary).
Castlecombe Primary School:   Academy converter (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11.
Chislehurst Church of England Primary:   Academy converter (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 4 and 11.
Chislehurst School for Girls:   Academy converter (Secondary) which accepts students between the ages of 11 and 18. Admissions policy: Comprehensive (secondary).
Coopers School:   Academy converter (Secondary) which accepts students between the ages of 11 and 18. Admissions policy: Comprehensive (secondary).
Darul Uloom London:   Other independent school which accepts students between the ages of 11 and 19. Admissions policy: Selective (grammar).
Edgebury Primary School:   Community school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 4 and 11.
Farringtons School:   Other independent school which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 18. Admissions policy: Non-selective.
Flamingo Park Sports Ground:   
Hawkwood Estate:   
Marjorie McClure School:   Foundation special school which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 18.
Mead Road Infant School:   Academy sponsor led (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 5 and 7.
Mottingham Primary School:   Academy converter (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 4 and 11.
Old Elthanmians:   
Red Hill Primary School:   Academy converter (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 4 and 11.
St Bartholomew:   
St Vincent’s Catholic Primary School:   Academy converter (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 4 and 11.
University College London Chislehurst Sports Ground:   


NEARBY STREETS AND BUILDINGS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Abbey Gardens, BR7 · Acorn Close, BR7 · Adelaide Road, BR7 · Albany Road, BR7 · Alexander Road, BR7 · Ashfield Lane, BR7 · Aspen Copse, BR1 · Barham Road, BR7 · barnard Close, BR7 · Baxter Close, BR7 · Beaconsfield Parade, SE9 · Beaconsfield Road, SE9 · Beaverbrok Road, BR7 · Beaverwood Road, BR7 · Beech Hurst Close, BR7 · Beechcroft, BR7 · Beechwood Rise, BR7 · Belmont Lane, BR7 · Belvoir Close, SE9 · Bennetts Copse, BR7 · Berens Way, BR7 · Berryfield Close, BR1 · Bettenson Close, BR7 · Bishops Walk, BR7 · Blanchard Close, SE9 · Bonar Place, BR7 · Bonchester Close, BR7 · Botany Bay Lane, BR7 · Brenchley Close, BR7 · Broadheath Drive, BR7 · Bromhedge, SE9 · Bromley Hill, BR7 · Bromley Lane, BR7 · Bromley Road, BR7 · Bruton Close, BR7 · Buckingham Drive, BR7 · Buckler Gardens, SE9 · Bull Lane, BR7 · Burton Close, BR7 · Bushell Way, BR7 · Calcott Walk, SE9 · Camden Close, BR7 · Camden Grove, BR7 · Camden Park Road, BR7 · Camden Way, BR7 · Cardinal Close, BR7 · Castlecombe Road, BR7 · Castlecombe Road, SE9 · Cattistock Road, SE9 · Caveside Close, BR7 · Cedar Copse, BR1 · Centre Common Road, BR7 · Chapel Gate Place, BR7 · Chilham Road, SE9 · Chislehurst Golf Club, BR7 · Chislehurst Road, BR1 · Church Row Mews, BR7 · Church Row, BR7 · Clarendon Way, BR7 · Clifford Avenue, BR7 · Cookham Dene Close, BR7 · Copperfield Way, BR7 · Court Farm Road, SE9 · Courtlands, BR7 · Cranmore Road, BR7 · Cricket Ground Road, BR7 · Croft Close, BR7 · Cromlix Close, BR7 · Crown Lane, BR7 · Davema Close, BR7 · Degema Road, BR7 · Denbigh Road, BR7 · Denbridge Road, BR1 · Denbridge Road, BR7 · Dickens Drive, BR7 · Dittisham Road, SE9 · Dorrit Way, BR7 · Downs Avenue, BR7 · Duggan Drive, BR1 · Duggan Drive, BR7 · Dunkery Road, SE12 · Dunkery Road, SE9 · Edgebury Walk, BR7 · Edgebury, BR7 · Edgehill Road, BR7 · Elmlee Close, BR7 · Elmstead Avenue, BR7 · Elmstead Glade, BR7 · Elmstead Lane, BR7 · Empress Drive, BR7 · Escott Gardens, SE9 · Farmland Walk, BR7 · Farrington Place, BR7 · Fenton Close, BR7 · Forest Close, BR7 · Fosters Close, BR7 · Foxbury Avenue, BR7 · Foxhome Close, BR7 · Framlingham Crescent, SE9 · Framlingham Cresent, SE9 · Frognal Avenue, BR7 · Frognal Corner, BR7 · Furzefield Close, BR7 · Gardeners Close, SE9 · Garrard Close, BR7 · Gosshill Road, BR1 · Gosshill Road, BR7 · Gossington Close, BR7 · Grand Centre Walk, SE20 · Grange Drive, BR7 · Gravelwood Close, BR7 · Greatwood, BR7 · Green Chain, BR7 · Green Lane, BR7 · Greenway, BR7 · Greenwich View Place, E14 · Greenwich View, E14 · Grove vale, BR7 · Hallam Close, BR7 · Harting Road, SE9 · Hassop Walk, SE9 · Hawkwood lane, BR7 · Heatherbank, BR7 · Heathfield Lane, BR7 · Heathfield, BR7 · Heathley End, BR7 · High Street, BR7 · Highgrove Close, BR7 · Hill Close, BR7 · Hillview Road, BR7 · Hoblands End, BR7 · Holbrook Lane, BR7 · Holmbury Park, BR1 · Holmdale Road, BR7 · Homewood Crescent, BR7 · Horley Road, SE9 · Horning Close, SE9 · Hunts Mead Close, BR7 · Ickleton Road, SE9 · Imperial Way, BR7 · Imperial Way, SE9 · Ingleby Way, BR7 · Inglewood Copse, BR1 · Invicta Close, BR7 · Islehurst Close, BR7 · Jay Gardens, BR7 · Kemnal Road, BR7 · Kenley Close, BR7 · Kevington Drive, BR7 · Kimmeridge Road, SE9 · Kingsmere, BR7 · Lane Side, BR7 · Leas Green, BR7 · Leesons Hill, BR7 · Leesons Way, BR7 · Lindenfield, BR7 · Liskeard Close, BR7 · Little Redlands, BR1 · Littlemede, SE9 · Logs Hill Close, BR7 · Logs Hill, BR1 · Logs Hill, BR7 · Longmead, BR7 · Loop Road, BR7 · Lower Camden, BR7 · Lubbock Road, BR7 · Mainridge Road, BR7 · Mainridge Road, SE9 · Manor Park Road, BR7 · Manor Park, BR7 · Manor Place, BR7 · Manorfields Close, BR7 · Marlings Close, BR7 · Marlings Park Avenue, BR7 · Marlins Park Avenue, BR5 · Marlins Park Avenue, BR7 · Marlowe Close, BR7 · Marsham Close, BR7 · Marvel Stone Close, BR1 · Mavelstone Close, BR1 · Mavelstone Road, BR1 · Mead Road, BR7 · Meadow Close, BR7 · Melanda Close, BR7 · Melbury Close, BR7 · Mells Crescent, SE9 · Merlewood Drive, BR7 · Merrydown Way, BR7 · Mill Place, BR7 · Morley Road, BR7 · Mount Close, BR1 · Newton Park Place, BR7 · Norlands Crescent, BR7 · Northfield Close, BR1 · Nunnington Close, SE9 · Nursery Gardens, BR7 · Oakdene Avenue, BR7 · Oakhurst Close, BR7 · Oakleigh Park Avenue, BR7 · Oakwood Close, BR7 · Offenham Road, SE9 · Old Hill, BR7 · Old Manor Way, BR7 · Old Perry Street, BR7 · Orpington Road, BR7 · Paddock Way, BR7 · Paget Gardens, BR7 · Park Road, BR7 · Penn Gardens, BR7 · Perry Street Gardens, BR7 · Perry Street, BR7 · Pickwick Way, BR7 · Porrington Close, BR7 · Poyntell Crescent, BR7 · Prestbury Square, SE9 · Prince Consort Drive, BR7 · Prince Imperial Road, BR7 · Priory Close, BR7 · Private Road, BR7 · Queen Mary House, BR7 · Queenborough Gardens, BR7 · Queens Gate Gardens, BR7 · Queens Passage, BR7 · Queens Road, BR7 · Radnor Close, BR7 · Raggleswood, BR7 · Ravenscroft Crescent, SE9 · Ravenshill, BR7 · Ravensworth Road, SE9 · Red Hill, BR7 · Riverwood Lane, BR7 · Robin Hill Drive, BR7 · Robin Hill Drive, SE9 · Roehampton Drive, BR7 · Rookery Drive, BR7 · Roundwood, BR7 · Roxborough Place, BR1 · Royal Parade, BR7 · Sandy Ridge, BR7 · School Road, BR7 · Selby Close, BR7 · Shepherds Green, BR7 · Sheridan Crescent, BR7 · Silvester Avenue, BR7 · Slades Drive, BR7 · Slades Drive, SE9 · South Hill Road, BR7 · South Hill, BR7 · Southill Road, BR7 · Southold Rise, SE9 · Speke Hill, SE9 · Spekehill, SE9 · Spinney Oak, BR1 · Squires Wood Drive, BR7 · St George’s Road West, BR1 · St George’s Road West, BR7 · St Keverne Road, SE9 · St Paul’s Wood Hill, BR7 · St Pauls Cray Road, BR7 · St Peters Close, BR7 · St. Nicolas Lane, BR7 · Stainmore Close, BR7 · Station Approach, BR7 · Stenning Grove, SE9 · Stewart Close, BR7 · Steyning Grove, SE9 · Sturges Field, BR7 · Summer Hill, BR7 · Sundridge Avenue, BR7 · Sunnyfield Road, BR7 · Susan Wood, BR7 · Telegraph Path, BR7 · Tenterden Close, SE9 · The Drive, BR7 · The Glebe, BR7 · The Meadow, BR7 · The Spinneys, BR1 · The Spinneys, BR7 · The Weald, BR7 · Thursley Road, SE9 · Timber Close, BR7 · Townshend Road, BR7 · Toynbec Close, BR7 · Vale Road, BR1 · Vale Road, BR7 · Victoria Road, BR7 · Walden Avenue, BR7 · Walden Road, BR7 · Walkden Road, BR7 · Walnut Tree Close, BR7 · Walsingham Park, BR7 · Waratah Drive, BR7 · Watts Lane, BR7 · Wayside Grove, SE9 · Wellands Close, BR1 · Wells Road, BR1 · Westhurst Drive, BR7 · Westleigh Drive, BR1 · Widecombe Road, SE9 · Widicombe Road, SE9 · Wilderness Road, BR7 · Willow Grove, BR7 · Willow Vale, BR7 · Windy Ridge, BR1 · Wirral Wood Close, BR7 · Wood Drive, BR7 · Woodclyffe Drive, BR7 · Woodcroft, SE9 · Woodlands Road, BR7 · Woodlodge Gardens, BR1 · Woodside Avenue, BR7 · Wythes Close, BR1 · Yester Drive, BR7 · Yester Park, BR7 · Yester Road, BR7 ·
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Environs of London (1832) FREE DOWNLOAD
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London Underground Map (1921).  FREE DOWNLOAD
London Underground map from 1921.
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The Environs of London (1865).  FREE DOWNLOAD
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London Underground Map (1908).  FREE DOWNLOAD
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Ordnance Survey of the London region (1939) FREE DOWNLOAD
Ordnance Survey colour map of the environs of London 1:10,560 scale
Ordnance Survey. Crown Copyright 1939.

Outer London (1901) FREE DOWNLOAD
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Stanford's Geographical Establishment. London : Edward Stanford, 26 & 27, Cockspur St., Charing Cross, S.W. (1901)
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