Queen's Park: primary and secondary schools

There are several schools in Queen's Park and the surrounding area that are judged as "good" by Ofsted, as well as top private and several Muslim schools, discovers Anthea Masey
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Malorees in Christchurch Avenue is the area’s most popular state primary school; its infants school is judged “good” by the government education watchdog Ofsted; its junior school is judged “outstanding”. The following primary schools are also judged “good”: Islamia in Salusbury Road, a Muslim state school; St Luke’s CofE in Fernhead Raod; Carlton Vale in Malvern Place; St Mary’s RC in Canterbury Road; and Queen’s Park in Droop Street. There are two local comprehensive schools: St Augustine’s CofE (co-ed, ages 11 to 18) in Oxford Road and Queen’s Park (co-ed, ages 11 to 18) in Aylestone Avenue; both are rated “good”.

The area has a number of private Muslim schools: Islamia Girls’ High (ages 11 to 16) and Al-Sadiq and Al-Zahra (co-ed ages four to 16) are both in Salusbury Road; the School of the Islamic Republic of Iran (co-ed, ages six to 16) is in Carlton Vale; Brondesbury College (boys, ages 11 to 16) is in Brondesbury Park.

Naima Jewish Prep (co-ed, ages three to 11) is a private school on Andover Place and Bales College (co-ed, ages 13 to 18) is a private school on Harrow Road.

Many parents send their children to the two top private Hampstead schools: University College School (boys, ages seven to 18) in Frognal and South Hampstead High (girls, ages four to 18) in Maresfield Gardens.

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