Danes Hill Preparatory School

School in/near Chessington, existing between 1954 and now

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School · Chessington · KT22 ·
JUNE
9
2018



Other independent school which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 13.

Danes Hill Preparatory School is a mixed school which opened in 1954.

It is categorised as a Inter- / non- denominational school.

Total school capacity: 886.
Enrolment (2018): 904.
Girls enrolled (2018): 390.
Boys enrolled (2018): 515.
Has Nursery Classes.
It has a website at: http://www.daneshillschool.co.uk.



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VIEW THE CHESSINGTON AREA IN THE 1750s
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VIEW THE CHESSINGTON AREA IN THE 1800s
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VIEW THE CHESSINGTON AREA IN THE 1830s
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VIEW THE CHESSINGTON AREA IN THE 1860s
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VIEW THE CHESSINGTON AREA IN THE 1900s
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Chessington






LOCATIONS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
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Churchfields Recreation Ground:   
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Ellingham Primary School:   Community school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 2 and 11.
Knott Park:   
Lovelace Primary School:   Community school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 2 and 11.
St Philip’s School:   Academy special converter which accepts students between the ages of 11 and 19.


NEARBY STREETS AND BUILDINGS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
A3, KT9 · Abbots Avenue, KT19 · Alexandra Way, KT19 · Angus Close, KT9 · Ashtead Commons Path 37, KT9 · Barwell Lane, KT9 · Benham Close, KT9 · Birds Hill Drive, KT22 · Birds Hill Rise, KT22 · Birds Hill Road, KT22 · Bransby Road, KT9 · Briars Court, KT22 · Bridge Road, KT9 · Broom Hall, KT22 · Broomfield Ride, KT22 · Burn Close, KT22 · Byhurst Farm, KT9 · Carlton Close, KT9 · Chalky Lane, KT9 · Charlwood Drive, KT22 · Chessington Hall Gardens, KT9 · Church Lane, RM14 · Clippesby Close, KT9 · Coppard Gardens, KT9 · Danes Way, KT22 · De Mel Close, KT19 · Elmcroft Drive, KT9 · Esher Bypass, KT9 · Fair Oak Close, KT22 · Falconhurst, KT22 · Fernhill, KT22 · Field Close, KT9 · Fleetwood Close, KT9 · Furze Field, KT22 · Gibson Close, KT9 · Gilders Road, KT9 · Grapsome Close, KT9 · Green Lane, KT9 · Halcyon Close, KT22 · Hardwick Close, KT22 · Harrow Close, KT9 · Hartfield Road, KT9 · Hatherleigh Close, KT9 · Heath Road, KT22 · Hemsby Road, KT9 · Hereford Way, KT9 · High Drive, KT22 · Highfield Close, KT22 · Holsworthy Way, KT9 · Holt Wood Road, KT22 · Hunting Gate Drive, KT9 · John Watkin Close, KT19 · Jubilee Way, KT9 · Kings Warren, KT22 · Lady Forsdyke Way, KT19 · Leys Road, KT22 · Maltby Road, KT9 · Manor Way, KT22 · Mansfield Road, KT9 · Mead Way, KT22 · Melford Close, KT9 · Merritt Gardens, KT9 · Midgarth, KT22 · Moles Hill, KT22 · Montrose Gardens, KT22 · Moor Lane, KT9 · Nell Gwynne Close, KT19 · Nelson Walk, KT19 · Nigel Fisher Way, KT9 · Norris Close, KT19 · Oakshade Road, KT22 · Oakwood Avenue, KT19 · Old Farmhouse Drive, KT22 · Orchid Close, KT9 · Penrose Drive, KT19 · Prince’s Drive, KT22 · Queen Alexandra’s Way, KT19 · Queens Drive, KT22 · Ripley Way, KT19 · Ripon Gardens, KT9 · Sandy Mead, KT19 · Selby Close, KT9 · Silverdale Avenue, KT22 · Silverglade, KT9 · Soprano Way, KT9 · Spicersfield, KT22 · Stokesheath Road North, KT22 · Stokesheath Road South, KT22 · Strawberry Hill, KT9 · Sussex Gardens, KT9 · The Chase, KT22 · The Gables, KT22 · The Ridgeway, KT22 · The Spinney, KT22 · The Starlings, KT22 · Thrigby Road, KT9 · Tiverton Way, KT9 · Torland Drive, KT22 · Trotter Way, KT19 · Uplands Drive, KT22 · Warren Lane, KT22 · West Road, KT9 · Winey Close, KT9 · Woodall Close, KT9 · Woods Way, KT22 · Wren’s Hill, KT22 ·
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