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St Anthony's School, Hampstead

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St. Anthony's School is a Catholic preparatory school in Hampstead, London, for boys aged 4 to 13. There is also an associated nursery for children from the age of 2.5 to 4 which is housed in St Anthony's School for Girls, the sister school to St Anthony's school for Boys on North End Road. History St. Anthony's was founded in Eastbourne in 1898 by the Patton family. It moved to its current location in Hampstead, London shortly after World War II. In 2010, it was taken over by the Alpha Plus Group, who installed Paul Keyte as the headmaster. Campus The school occupies a pair of large houses at 90 Fitzjohn's Ave and 1 Arkwright Rd in Hampstead, north London. It is part of a cluster of schools in the vicinity that includes Devonshire House, North Bridge House and Fitzjohn's Primary. Curriculum The curriculum is based on Roman Catholic teaching. In addition to the core subjects of English, Mathematics, Science and ICT the following subjects are taught f
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