Our story dates back to the 19th century when the school was founded by Victorian Educational Reformer, Canon Nathaniel Woodard. After his death in 1891, it was left to Henry Meynell to ensure that Woodard’s vision was realised, and the College opened in September 1895, with just five Masters and 44 boys.
Set in the heart of North Nottinghamshire’s stunning rural landscape, we are a community with an extraordinary history and an exciting future.
We want our students to be the best they can be. If destined to join one of the world’s finest universities, here is where they will flourish. If an outstanding sportsperson, here is where they will hone their skills, a talented artist or musician, here is where they will perfect their craft – and if these talents are yet to be revealed, here is where they’ll be discovered.
At our school, what matters is the individual, their aspirations and their future.
We want to be the best we can be.
And so we always strive for better. We question and we’re curious, we’re bold and ambitious – and we make sure we challenge ourselves, every day.
Our vision and values are woven onto the fabric of what we do. From the boardroom to the classroom, our values are a roadmap for the way we operate.
Semper ad Coelestia – Always to the heavens.
We support, encourage and challenge, creating exceptional people who leave our Christian community with confidence, resilience and humility.
Bold and Ambitious
Curious and Thoughtful
Supportive, yet challenging
- Alan Old – England rugby fly half 1972–1978
- Frank Dick OBE – Former British Athletics Federation Director of Coaching and motivational speaker
- Herbert Jacob – England rugby wing 1924–1930
- Jeff Butterfield – Captain of England rugby team in the 1950s
- Ken Farnes – England fast bowler in the 1930s
|邮编 Postcode||S80 3AP|
|最低年龄 Start Age||3|
|最高年龄 End Age||18|
|宗教信仰 Religion||Church of England|
|ISI教育质量报告 ISI Integrated/Education quality report||http://isischools.devprocess.com/DownloadReport.aspx?t=c&r=GRT7268_20150210.pdf&s=7268|