Surbiton High School

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Surbiton High School
Surbiton Crescent

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Coordinates51°24′00″N 0°18′17″W / 51.400°N 0.3046°W / 51.400; -0.3046Coordinates: 51°24′00″N 0°18′17″W / 51.400°N 0.3046°W / 51.400; -0.3046
TypeIndependent day school
Motto'Amor Nos Semper Ducat'
(May Love Always Lead Us)
Religious affiliation(s)Church of England
Department for Education URN102611 Tables
Head teacherPrincipal: Rebecca Glover
GenderGirls (4-18); Boys (4-11)
Age4 to 18
HousesAusten, Curie, Fonteyn, Nightingale, Pankhurst and Teresa
Colour(s)Green and Silver          

Surbiton High School is a private independent school in Surbiton in the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames, Greater London, England. It has six buildings overall including Boys’ Prep school, Girls’ Prep school, the senior school and sixth form.


Surbiton High School's Main Building

It was founded in 1884 by a group of Anglican clergymen who instituted the Church Schools Company.[1] Its objective was "to establish superior education for girls in accordance with the principles of the Church of England" wherever the need was felt.

It is the founding member school of the Church Schools Company, now the United Church Schools Trust.[2] It has seven sites in Surbiton: the Boys Preparatory School (over two sites Charles Burney House and Avenue Elmers), the Girls Preparatory School, Main Senior School, Surbiton Assembly Rooms, Mary Bennett House and the Sixth Form Centre, as well as sports grounds at Hinchley Wood and Oaken Lane.

The current principal of Surbiton High School is Rebecca Glover who took up post in January 2018. Surbiton High School takes female students from 4 years old to 18 years old, while the Boys' Preparatory School caters for 4 to 11 year olds.



  1. ^ Departmental Technology : Surbiton High School
  2. ^ United Church Schools Trust :: United Learning Trust Archived 2007-07-14 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ "Cooper, Christine Elisabeth". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (online ed.). Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/60895. (Subscription or UK public library membership required.)
  4. ^ "Staff". The Kingstonian: 2, 4. 1996. Retrieved 24 November 2016.

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