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Published by Steens in Wolverhampton .
Written in English

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  • Wolverhampton, Eng. Royal Wolverhampton School.

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LC ClassificationsHV1150.W6 S8
The Physical Object
Pagination182 p.
Number of Pages182
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6103048M
LC Control Number51039749
OCLC/WorldCa12702321

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Welcome to The Royal School, Wolverhampton The Royal School Wolverhampton is a non-selective, non-denominational Free School. We welcome boys and girls aged from all ethnic, social and cultural backgrounds. As a Free School we are state-funded but manage our own affairs independently from central and local government. The Royal therefore continues to provide a dynamic mix [ ]. The Royal School, Wolverhampton is located in Wolverhampton and falls under the local authority of Wolverhampton. The school's religious denomination is Church of England. This mixed-sex all-through school has 1, pupils, with a capacity of 1,, aged from four up to nineteen, and the type of establishment is free schools. Literature: F. L. Steward, A History of the Royal Wolverhampton School, Steens (Wolverhampton) Ltd., Comment: Most Victorian school buildings aspired either to the Gothic or the Tudorbethan, achieving more or less success. This one, at least in its main frontage, seems unusually successful both of itself and on its site. It can be compared with the much more limited attempt at the.   A £29,a-year boarding school will scrap all its fees this September to become one of David Cameron's latest free schools. The Royal School Wolverhampton, whose .