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  1. West Heath Girls' School was an English girls' private school established in 1865, initially in London and from 1932 near Sevenoaks, Kent. It closed in 1997. History. The Reverend Philip Bennet Power and his wife, Emma, undertook the education of their own daughters at their Abbey Wood home, West Heath House.

  2. Specialist Independent. School. catering for a diverse range of needs for boys and girls. The School re-opens after the Easter break this Mon 15 April for staff and Tue 16 April for students. For your information.

  3. History and grounds. The school occupies premises formerly occupied by West Heath Girls' School, a private school founded in London in 1865, and which moved to this site, the 18th-century Ashgrove House, in 1932. The former mansion house is grade II listed. [2] . Pupils included (from 1974 to 1977) Diana Spencer, the future Princess of Wales.

  4. West Heath School is a unique educational environment set in 32 glorious acres of Kent countryside, on the outskirts of the town of Sevenoaks. Our staff passionately believe in the transformative power of education to change the lives of the young people in our care.

  5. © 2023 West Heath School

  6. Contact us. West Heath School, Ashgrove Road, Sevenoaks, Kent, TN13 1SR. 01732 460553. View map

  7. West Heath flourished as a small, girls’ boarding school. It is the school at which Diana, later to become Princess of Wales, spent what she described as the ‘happiest days’ in her life. Coincidently, the school went into Receivership on the 1st September 1997, a day after she and her friend Dodi Fayed were so tragically killed.