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  • Ardingly College
  • Framlingham College
  • Lord Wandsworth CollegeLord Wandsworth College is named after Baron Sydney Stern, a Liberal MP and the second son of a Jewish banker. Granted a peerage less than four years after winning the seat of Stowmarket in 1891, Stern took the title of Lord Wandsworth in reflection of his many links with the area.
  • Wells Cathedral SchoolWells Cathedral School is a specialist music school - one of only four in England recognised by the Government - and the only one within a ‘proper’ school.
  • StonarStonar is a British Horse Society approved Equestrian Centre and riding has been a core feature of the school for several decades. The outstanding facilities include first class indoor and outdoor schools, stabling for 65 horses, a cross country schooling field with a wide variety of different fences.
  • Merchiston Castle SchoolThe only all-boys boarding school in the region, Merchiston particularly excels at rugby, and has sent 62 boys off to play at senior international level.
  • King's School, CanterburyWith origins dating from 597AD The King’s School, is reputedly the oldest school in the country. Situated within the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Precincts of Canterbury Cathedral.

 

Exhibiting Schools

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