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|King Alfred School|
North End Road,
|Motto||ex corde vita ("From the heart springs life")|
|Staff||160 including day release|
|Age||4 to 18|
The King Alfred School is a co-educational independent day school in Golders Green in North West London. It was founded in London in 1898 by Charles E. Rice, a former teacher at Bedales School. The school was considered “radical” for its era, as it provided a secular education in a co-educational setting.
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