Fosse Bank School
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|Type||co-educational independent primary school|
|Headmaster||Miss Alison Cordingley|
|Location||Mountains Country House, Noble Tree Road
Fosse Bank School is an independent primary school in Hildenborough in Kent in southeast England.
The school was founded as a private boarding and day school for girls in 1892 by Madame Vetterli King in the High Street in Tonbridge, Kent. The school moved to Quarry Hill in 1938, and to Coldharbour Lane in Hildenborough in 1994 as Fosse Bank New School. The school became a primary school for boys and girls aged 3 to 11 years and remains so to this day.
In February 2004, It moved to its permanent location in Mountains Country House in Hildenborough. It is a grade II listed building is surrounded by 26 acres of parklands. The building provides eight large classrooms and a new ICT suite.
The school has a hall/dance studio with sprung floor, two tennis courts, a sports hall, a heated indoor swimming pool and an adventure play area.