Greenacre School for Girls
|Founders||Sabine Pasley and Patricia Wagstaffe|
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It will close in 2017, at the end of the academic year. The site will be used for the new independent and co-educational Banstead Preparatory School, which will open in September 2017 with the merger of Greenacre School for Girls, Priory School, and Bramley School in Banstead, Surrey. The new school will be on the current Greenacre site, for pupils aged from 3 to 11. Pupils in Greenacre Junior School will transfer to the new school, and pupils in the Senior School have been guaranteed places at other local schools. Banstead Preparatory School will be run by United Learning.
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