St Stephen's School, Twickenham

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St Stephen's C of E Primary School
Established 1876
Type Voluntary aided primary
Religion Church of England
Headteacher Mrs E Stubbs
Chair of Governors Mrs S Peace
Location Winchester Rd
51°27′24″N 0°22′16″W / 51.4568°N 0.3712°W / 51.4568; -0.3712Coordinates: 51°27′24″N 0°22′16″W / 51.4568°N 0.3712°W / 51.4568; -0.3712
Local authority Richmond upon Thames
DfE URN 102915 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 320~
Gender Coeducational
Ages 4–11

St. Stephens School is a mixed, state-run, Church of England primary school, located in Twickenham, London, England. It is affiliated with St. Stephens Church in Twickenham and regularly hold events there.


St Stephen's dates back to 1876 when it was constructed at Turk's Lane (now Winchester Road) and opened under government inspection. A second building was built at Chertsey Road. The original building at Turk's Lane was later condemned by the Department of Education.[1] In 2011, because of a lack of spaces at both Orleans Infants School and St Stephen's, Richmond Council decided [2] to renovate both schools, converting them to primary schools. Works where completed by 2015.

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