Francis Holland School, Regent's Park

Francis Holland School, Regent’s Park, was founded in 1878 by the Reverend Canon Francis Holland and is regarded today as one of London’s leading academically selective girls’ independent day schools.  The school is situated next to Regent’s Park and has a reputation for its friendly, cohesive and collegiate atmosphere.  The ISI Inspection Report in March 2022 assessed Francis Holland as ‘Excellent’ in all key areas of school life. 

Entry to the school is very competitive and pupils are selected via entrance examinations and interview at 11+ or Sixth Form.  Girls achieve exceptionally good results in examinations at GCSE and A Level, and progress to some of the best universities in the UK, as well as to top global institutions such as those in the US.  There are close links with our “sister” school at Francis Holland, Sloane Square, which was founded in 1881. The school offers a large number of bursaries, in addition to music, academic and art scholarships, all of which are means-tested, up to 100% fees. 

The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.  Statutory checks including a satisfactory DBS certificate and references will be a requirement for this role.  This role is classed as regulated activity with children as it involves teaching, training or supervising children on a day-to-day basis and is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act, 1974.