Normanhurst School

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Normanhurst School
68-74 Station Road

E4 7BA

Coordinates51°37′57″N 0°00′25″E / 51.6326°N 0.0069°E / 51.6326; 0.0069Coordinates: 51°37′57″N 0°00′25″E / 51.6326°N 0.0069°E / 51.6326; 0.0069
TypeIndependent school
Established1923 (1923)
Department for Education URN103112 Tables
HeadmistressMrs Claire Osborn
Age2 to 16
Enrolment249 as of November 2015
HousesWarren (Yellow) and Connaught (Blue)
Colour(s)Blue and Yellow

Normanhurst School is a mixed independent school in North Chingford in the London Borough of Waltham Forest.[1]


The school was founded in 1923, and has been owned privately throughout its history.

In 1996 Normanhurst became part of the Oak-Tree Group of Schools under the ownership of the Hagger Family. The Oak-Tree Schools are a group of four privately owned independent schools, comprising Braeside School in Buckhurst Hill, Oaklands School in Loughton, Coopersale Hall School in Epping and Normanhurst School.[2]

School Years[edit]

The school is an all-through independent day school for girls and boys aged 21/2 to 16.

The Oak-Tree Group of Schools[edit]

The four schools in the Oak-Tree Group are located within a 6-mile radius on the South West Essex/North London borders and include Braeside School in Buckhurst Hill, Coopersale Hall School in Epping, Normanhurst School in North Chingford and Oaklands School in Loughton.


  1. ^ "Normanhurst School - North Chingford, North East London / Essex Borders Privately-owned independent day school for boys and girls".
  2. ^ "School History - Independent School - Normanhurst School".

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