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We are absolutely thrilled to announce that we have secured a first home for our project in Margate and will be starting our part-time first phase on the 8th of January.

With a community of students ready and waiting for us to open and one hurdle after another in securing the perfect long term home we refocused our search on spaces that will enable us to get open and start growing our community. And were delighted to find a self-contained space within Cliftonville Community Centre which has all the facilities we need to start whilst we continue the search for a long term site and pursue our ambition to become a full-time Independent School.

Cliftonville Community Centre  Main room

The building itself includes two very generous activity spaces, kitchen, toilets its own private entrance and outside playspace.  In addition we will have part-time access to a further even larger hall and professional kitchen perfect for group catering projects.  Cliftonville Community Centre is in the quiet street of St Paul’s Road and within easy reach of Margate beach, local parks, the Turner Contemporary, theatres and all the creativity and interest of Cliftonville and the Old Town, giving our students lots of opportunities to benefit from the local community.

Margate

The ink is still fresh on the contract, so bear with us whilst we decorate and prepare the space.  We’ll get more details and photos out very soon.

Come along to our Prospective Parents Evening on the 15th of November at Cliffs, 172 Northdown Road to ask us all about it and find out more about the enrollment process.

Having experienced varied educational styles growing up, Kezia, attended both mainstream schools and the world’s first democratic school, Summerhill in Leiston, Suffolk, an experience which left a lasting impact. Later on Kezia graduated from Chelsea College of Art and Design in 2003 in Fine Art going on to establish a career in digital design and marketing. Now mother to two daughters Kezia chose to stay home with her family and home educate her children before embarking on founding East Kent Sudbury School.

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