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Sidcot School

Oakridge Lane

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Overview

Sidcot traces its roots back to 1699, when it was founded by an independent group of Quakers to teach boys. It was formally re-established as a co-educational school by the local meeting of the Society of Friends (Quakers) in 1808, to teach the children of members of the Society “in low circumstances” and is one of the oldest co-educational boarding schools in the UK. Although much has changed since then, the enduring school values and spirit remain as strong as ever, providing an inspirational vision for the future.
Sidcot traces its roots back to 1699, when it was founded by an independent group of Quakers to teach boys. It was formally re-established as a co-educational school by the local meeting of the Society of Friends (Quakers) in 1808, to teach the children of members of the Society “in low circumstances” and is one of the oldest co-educational boarding schools in the UK. Although much...
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Oakridge Lane

Sidcot School