Falkner House, a school for girls between the ages of 4 and 11, is well known for its high academic standards and broad curriculum. Founded by Mrs Flavia Nunes in 1954 and run as a partnership, there is total commitment to retaining family ownership and direction. The Head teacher is Mrs Anita Griggs, pictured left.
Falkner House is large enough to provide a full range of facilities and attract a loyal and highly capable staff but small enough to retain the intimacy and personal touch essential to a child's development. Curiosity, self-confidence and independence of mind are fostered and each girl is encouraged to develop her own character and personality. Kindness, good manners and consideration of others are Falkner House essentials. Above all, in the midst of academic rigour, the girls have fun!
Girls quickly gain a love of learning and the acquisition of knowledge for its own sake.
The latest technology is taken for granted but sophisticated systems and software will never replace inspired teachers. Falkner House blends the best of the old with the best of the new.