Norland Place School

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Norland Place School
Established 1876
Type Independent, Preparatory
Headmaster Patrick Mattar
Founder Emily Lord
Location Holland Park Avenue
W11 4UH
Coordinates: 51°30′21″N 0°12′42″W / 51.505833°N 0.211667°W / 51.505833; -0.211667
DfE number 207/6025
DfE URN 100510 Tables
Students c. 240
Gender Coeducational
Ages 4–11

Norland Place School is a coeducational independent school for boys aged 4–8 and girls aged 4–11. It is situated in the Holland Park area of London, and was founded in 1876 by Emily Lord.[1]

Famous pupils[edit]

Notable former pupils include:



  • Stokes, Penelope (1992). Norland: The Story of the first one hundred years. Norland College. 

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