About Us

Falcons School for Girls provides independent education for girls aged four to eleven years. Operating from the same site, Peregrines Nursery School provides independent education for boys and girls from one to four years.

We are a warm and caring school, taking great pride in developing our pupils into happy, kind and confident individuals. We have high expectations of all our pupils, with learning tailored to individual needs. Boys leave our nursery to attend Reception at local pre-preparatory or state schools whereas our girls transfer directly to Falcons School for Girls. In Year 6 pupils are offered places at the country’s top Day and Boarding schools in the 11+ examinations and leave us as resourceful, self-aware and inquisitive girls.

To give you an idea of the fantastic space we have you can view a 3D map of our facilities by clicking on the links below.

Safeguarding statement

Peregrines Nursery School and Falcons School for Girls are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All pupils, regardless of age, special needs or disability, racial/cultural heritage, religious belief or sexual orientation have the right to be protected from all types of harm and abuse. Our safeguarding policy forms a fundamental part of our approach to providing excellent pastoral care to all pupils.

Our Designated Safeguarding Lead is Mr James Kelly (Assistant Head, Pastoral). The Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads are Ms Jessica Montgomery (Head of Nursery) and Mrs Sara Williams-Ryan (Headmistress).

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Falcons School for Girls is proud to be part of the IAPS.

Personal Tours Available

Open Days – Come and See Us

Friday 25th September, 9:00am – 11:30am

Saturday 3rd October, 9:00am – 1:00pm

If you would like a personal tour of the school and to meet with our Headmistress, Mrs Sara Williams-Ryan, please email admissions@falconsgirls.co.uk or call 020 8992 5189.


Rated ‘Excellent’ by ISI in March 2020

“Pupils display exceptional attitudes towards learning”

“Pupils are highly proficient communicators for their age”

Click here to read the full ISI report