Hemdean House School
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|Hemdean House School|
|Type||Independent day school|
|Motto||Laborate et Gaudete |
("Work and Rejoice")
|Religious affiliation(s)||Church of England|
|Head teacher||Helen Chalmers|
|Age||3 to 11|
|Colour(s)||Light blue and Dark blue|
Hemdean House School was founded in 1859 by Francis Knighton. In 1862 land was bought for £320, the new building was named Hemdean House. The school operates as a non-profit UK registered charity
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