Westbourne House School

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Westbourne House School
Established 29 January 1907
Type Preparatory, boarding
Religion non-denominal
Headmaster Martin Barker
Location Coach Road, Shopwyke
West Sussex
PO20 2BH
Coordinates: 50°50′30″N 0°44′25″W / 50.8417°N 0.7403°W / 50.8417; -0.7403
Local authority West Sussex
Students 450
Gender co-educational
Ages 3–13
Website Westbourne House School

Westbourne House School is an independent preparatory school 1½ miles east of Chichester, West Sussex, England. It is co-educational and serves around 450 boarding and day-school pupils from ages 3–13. The headmaster is Martin Barker.


The school was founded in Folkestone on 29 January 1907.[citation needed]

In the 1990s the school was one of nearly 400 schools used to educate the children of British diplomats posted overseas.[1][2]

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