St. Anthony’s is an academic IAPS preparatory school for boys between the ages of 4 and 13 years. It is Roman Catholic and welcomes boys of all faiths. The school was founded by Richard Patton during the Victorian period and became part of the Alpha Plus Group in 2009.
The school has a family atmosphere, relaxed and fairly informal, with a rigorous approach to learning. Great care is taken to ensure that pupils feel happy and at ease in the school environment.
Boys typically transfer to leading Independent schools including Ampleforth, City of London, Eton, Harrow, Highgate, Mill Hill, St. Paul’s, Sevenoaks, University College, and Westminster.
Paul Keyte, Headmaster
Paul Keyte assumed the Headship of St. Anthony’s School in September 2010. He is very familiar with the area having held a Deputy Headship post at nearby Highgate School and, most recently, South Hampstead High School. Paul graduated with First Class Honours at Oriel College, Oxford, where he read Philosophy and Theology. He began his career at Dulwich College. Head of Philosophy and Religious Studies at King’s College School in Wimbledon. After serving as a Pastoral Undermaster at Winchester College, he went on to be Senior Master Academic.