Feltonfleet School

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Feltonfleet School
Motto Where individuals really matter
Established 1870
Type Independent Preparatory school
Religion Church of England[1]
Headmistress Shelley Lance
Location Byfleet Road
51°20′05″N 0°25′54″W / 51.3346°N 0.4316°W / 51.3346; -0.4316Coordinates: 51°20′05″N 0°25′54″W / 51.3346°N 0.4316°W / 51.3346; -0.4316
Students 400 Approx.[2]
Gender Boys and Girls
Ages 3–13
Website www.feltonfleet.co.uk

Feltonfleet School is a preparatory school for boys and girls from 3 to 13 years old, based in Cobham, Surrey in a Grade II listed building.[3] The school is a charitable trust.[4] It was founded in 1903 and started accepting girls in 1994.

During World War II the school was evacuated to North Perrott Manor House.[5]


'Routefinder' is a unique tool on the Feltonfleet School website that was originally compiled by the Friends of Feltonfleet to enable parents to reach another school that Feltonfleet would have been playing for a match. Feltonfleet's 'Routefinder' was the first of its kind, and similar tools have been developed by many other schools since.[6]


  1. ^ "Feltonfleet School".
  2. ^ "Independent Schools Council FS".
  3. ^ "Feltonfleet School - Esher - Surrey - England". British Listed Buildings. Retrieved 2 May 2012. House, now school. Circa 1860 possibly designed by Charles Buxton and executed by Frederick Barnes.
  4. ^ Charity Commission. Feltonfleet School, registered charity no. 312070.
  5. ^ "Perrott Hill History". Perrott Hill School. Retrieved 12 August 2018.
  6. ^ "Feltonfleet School Routefinder".