International Stanborough School

School in/near Garston, existing between 2005 and now

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School · Garston · WD25 ·
MAY
29
2018



Other independent school which accepts students between the ages of 11 and 18. Admissions policy: Non-selective.



International Stanborough School is a mixed school which opened in 2005.

It is categorised as a Seventh Day Adventist school.

Total school capacity: 100.
Enrollment (2018): 7.
Girls enrolled (2018): 5.
Boys enrolled (2018): 5.
Boarding school.
No Nursery Classes.


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LOCATIONS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Cherry Tree Primary School:   Academy converter (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11.
Coates Way JMI and Nursery School:   Community school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11.
Garston Park:   
High Elms Manor School:   Other independent school which accepts students between the ages of 1 and 11. Admissions policy: Non-selective.
Kingsway Junior School:   Community school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 7 and 11.
Kingswood Nursery School:   Local authority nursery school (Nursery) which accepts students between the ages of 2 and 5.
Parmiter’s School:   Academy converter (Secondary) which accepts students between the ages of 11 and 18. Admissions policy: Comprehensive (secondary).
Saint Michael’s Catholic High School:   Academy converter (Secondary) which accepts students between the ages of 11 and 18. Admissions policy: Comprehensive (secondary).
Stanborough Primary School:   Other independent school which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11. Admissions policy: Non-selective.
The Grove Academy:   Academy sponsor led (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11.
W2 Berrygrove Children’s Centre:   This is a children’s centre.


NEARBY STREETS AND BUILDINGS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Aldbury Close, WD25 · Amwell Close, WD25 · Appletree Walk, WD25 · Aspen Park Drive, WD25 · Avon Close, WD25 · Barley Brow, WD25 · Beken Court, WD25 · Berry Avenue, WD24 · Berry Avenue, WD25 · Biddenham Turn, WD25 · Bovingdon Crescent, WD25 · Bowmans Green, WD25 · Briar Road, WD25 · Bridger Close, WD25 · Bucknalls Close, WD25 · Butterwick, WD25 · Cart Path, WD25 · Cedar Wood Drive, WD25 · Chequers Lane, WD25 · Chichester Way, WD25 · Clarke Green, WD25 · Clarke Way, WD25 · Coates Dell, WD25 · Coates Way, WD25 · Codicote Drive, WD25 · Colne Way, WD2 · Cow Lane, WD25 · Cranefield Drive, WD25 · Crown Rise, WD25 · Cuffley Avenue, WD25 · Cypress Walk, WD25 · Derwent Close, WD25 · East Drive, WD25 · Eastlea Avenue, WD25 · Edward Amey Close, WD25 · Elderberry Way, WD25 · Ellwood Gardens, WD25 · Fairfolds, WD25 · Falcon Way, WD25 · Felden Close, WD25 · Fern Way, WD25 · Fifth Avenue, WD25 · First Avenue, WD25 · Florence Close, WD25 · Fourth Avenue, WD25 · Gaddesden Crescent, WD25 · Gadswell Close, WD25 · Garsmouth Way, WD25 · Garston Crescent, WD25 · Garston Drive, WD25 · Garston Lane, WD25 · Goodrich Close, WD25 · Gorle Close, WD25 · Gullet Wood Road, WD25 · Gwent Close, WD25 · Harris Road, WD25 · Harvest End, WD25 · Haweswater Drive, WD25 · Hemming Way, WD25 · Heronslea, WD25 · High Elms Lane, WD25 · Holland Gardens, WD25 · Hollingsworth Mews, WD25 · Holme Lea, WD25 · Holtsmere Close, WD25 · Hop Garden Way, WD25 · Ivinghoe Close, WD25 · Kelshall, WD25 · Kilby Close, WD25 · Kimpton Place, WD25 · Kingswood Road, WD25 · Kytes Drive, WD25 · Lamb Close, WD25 · Lavinia Avenue, WD25 · Lea Bushes, WD25 · Leggatts Rise, WD25 · Lemonfield Drive, WD25 · Lingmoor Drive, WD25 · Loweswater Close, WD25 · Lych Gate, WD25 · Mallard Way, WD25 · Meadowside, WD25 · Medway Close, WD25 · Meriden Way, WD25 · Moss Road, WD25 · Mutchetts Close, WD25 · Osprey Close, WD25 · Peregrine Close, WD25 · Perivale Gardens, WD25 · Phillipers, WD25 · Pilgrim Close, WD25 · Purbrock Avenue, WD25 · Ravenscroft, WD25 · Rochester Drive, WD25 · Rother Close, WD25 · Rushton Avenue, WD25 · School Lane, WD25 · Second Avenue, WD25 · Severn Way, WD25 · Sheepcot Drive, WD25 · Sixth Avenue, WD25 · Spring Gardens, WD25 · Stanborough Park, WD25 · Sycamore Close, WD25 · Telford Close, WD25 · The Conifers, WD25 · The Gossamers, WD25 · The Pelhams, WD25 · The Pippins, WD25 · The Shires, WD25 · The Turnstones, WD25 · Third Avenue, WD25 · Tibbles Close, WD25 · Trevellance Way, WD25 · Tudor Manor Gardens, WD25 · Verdure Close, WD25 · West Drive, WD25 · Westlea Avenue, WD25 · Westwick Place, WD25 · Wheatley Drive, WD25 · Whitwell Road, WD25 · Widgeon Way, WD25 · Wilcon Way, WD25 · Woodhurst Avenue, WD25 · Woodside Road, WD25 · York Way, WD25 ·

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