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The Marist School, Sunninghill

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The Marist School
Kings Road

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Coordinates51°24′11″N 0°39′00″W / 51.4031°N 0.6500°W / 51.4031; -0.6500
TypeIndependent day school
MottoSub Mariae Nomine
(In Mary's name)
Religious affiliation(s)Roman Catholic
1947 (present school)
FoundersMarist Sisters
Department for Education URN110152 Tables
Chair of GovernorsMrs Ann Nash
PrincipalMrs Joanne Smith
Age3 to 18
Colour(s)Blue, Gold
Former pupilsMaristines

The Marist School is an independent Catholic day school for girls aged 3–18 in Sunninghill near Ascot, Berkshire, England.

The Marist School is a Catholic school but welcomes all Christians and other faiths who are in sympathy with the schools' ethos. Once girls reach 11 they often join Senior and Sixth Form until age 18 years. In Preparatory, there are two phases: Early Years and Preparatory.


The school, as it is today, was founded as a result of the London bombings during World War II. The Marist Sisters had founded a convent and boarding school in Richmond, London (then in the county of Surrey) in 1870. During the air raids of 1940, although there were no casualties, the convent did suffer irreparable damage, forcing the sisters to seek another place. They temporarily relocated to East Sheen before purchasing Frognal Estate in 1947 where the school has been located ever since. The school continued to expand with a new building for the Prep department opened in 1970. Boarding was eventually abolished.[1] The school is predominantly run by lay staff but the sisters have a representative in the Board of Governors.


The school is situated within 55-acre (220,000 m2) of woodland in the village of Sunninghill, Berkshire. The site includes the Senior and Sixth Form Phase, the Nursery and Preparatory Phase, a science block, drama studio, an indoor swimming pool, a music block, large playing fields, netball courts, an AstroTurf pitch and a multi-purpose Sports Hall, officially opened in March 2017 by the Duke of York.

Preparatory School

Marist Preparatory School
The Rosary

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TypePrep day school
Religious affiliation(s)Roman Catholic
Department for Education URN110157 Tables
Head teacherMrs Jane Gow
Age3 to 11

Girls enter the Early Years Department from age 3 and then move on to Preparatory from age 4 to 11 years. The Preparatory school compound is known as "The Rosary". Many girls then continue their education in Senior and Sixth Form from age 11 to 18 years.


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