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Aldenham School is a co-educational independent school for pupils aged thirteen to eighteen, located between Elstree and the village of Aldenham in Hertfordshire, England. There is also a preparatory school for pupils from the ages of five to thirteen.
- official website: www.aldenham.com
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A Comprehensive, Practical and Authoritative Guide on All Matters Connected with Education, Including Educational Principles and Practice, Various Types of Teaching Institutions, and Educational Systems Throughout the World by Foster Watson
Aldenham School. Alderman Richard Piatt in 1596 founded this school, and entrusted its management to the Brewers' Company " for the instruction of poor men's children of the parish of Aldenham and towns near adjoining." At the time of ...
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indignation: Aldenham School: C. 20. (MarpIes.) See —agger and cf.:indijaggers. Indigestion: Oxford undergraduates' and Public Schools': from ca. 1908. In, e.g., D.L. Sayers, Strong Poison, ...
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