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St. Hilda's School, Bushey

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St. Hilda's School, Bushey

St. Hilda's School
Established 1918
Headmistress Mrs Tracy Handford, MA
Chair Mr Colin Hayfield
Founder Violet Curry

High Street
WD23 3DA
England England Coordinates: 51°38′30″N 0°21′31″W / 51.6418°N 0.3585°W / 51.6418; -0.3585

Local authority Hertfordshire County Council
Staff 21
Students 118
Gender Mixed
Ages 2–11
Houses Attlee, Herkomer, Whitby

St Hilda's is an independent preparatory school for girls aged 2 – 11 and boys aged 2–4 in Bushey, Hertfordshire, UK.


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