Downe House is delighted to announce that Miss Kate Eaves will join the School as Assistant Headmistress (Lower School) from September 2022. Kate’s expertise, experience and energy will be invaluable as we continue to give the very youngest pupils at our School the most enriching, challenging but supported start to their senior school journey.
Annabel is an experienced Housemistress, having previously been Housemistress of Hill at Downe House and a Housemistress in a co-ed full-boarding school. We are delighted for Annabel to return as Housemistress of Tedworth, where she will make each school year happy, productive and memorable for all.
From 1924, another girls' school was run in the house by a Miss Rain, but this was unsuccessful and closed in 1927. Following an appeal at that year's Annual Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science by its president Sir Arthur Keith , the surgeon Sir George Buckston Browne (1850–1945) bought Down from the Darwin heirs for £4,250 in 1927 (equivalent to £269,887 in ...
For over 100 years, Downe House has nurtured girls from young children, through their teenage years and into adulthood. Our spectacular, new school in Riyadh harnesses that heritage by offering a tailored education that combines the best of British with the tradition of, and respect for, the culture and language of Saudi Arabia.
En 1995, los Middleton se mudaron a Bucklebury, Berkshire.Al igual que su hermana, Middleton fue educada inicialmente en St. Andrew's School, Pangbourne y, a continuación, en Downe House, un internado para niñas en Cold Ash, y finalmente en Marlborough College, Wiltshire.
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The Government has announced that it will not publish any school performance data based on tests, assessments or exams (such as GCSEs and A Levels) for 2020-2021. As a result, many schools have opted to not publish their 2020-2021 results and annual league tables have not been able to publish this year.