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  1. We know how important it is to find the right school. School days should be filled with happiness, fun, laughter and a sense of achievement. That is why we meet with each student and we will only make the offer of a place if we believe that Rossall really is the right choice of school. This is why our students flourish and are so happy here ...

  2. Rossall School is a public school (English independent day and boarding school) for 0–18 year olds, between Cleveleys and Fleetwood, Lancashire.Rossall was founded in 1844 by St Vincent Beechey as a sister school to Marlborough College which had been founded the previous year. Its establishment was "to provide, at a moderate cost, for the sons of Clergymen and others, a classical ...

  3. Documents and Information for Agents. Rossall School is a British, fee-paying co-educational, independent day & boarding school.

  4. SENIOR SCHOOL PRIZE DAY: Saturday 27th May 2023. BOARDERS RETURN: Sunday 4th June 2023. TERM RESUMES: Monday 5th June 2023. TERM ENDS: Friday 7th July 2023. ... Rossall School, Broadway, Fleetwood, Lancashire FY7 8JW. EMAIL US [email protected] CALL US +44(0)1253 774201. Questions?

  5. Rossall School’s Elite Football Program (11 – 19) Rossall School Elite Programme. Rossall School Elite Football Program with Fleetwood Town FC. The Rossall Elite football program offers student-athletes the opportunity of being immersed in the world of a professional league football while study at a leading independent school in ...

  6. The Combined Cadet Force (CCF) is a youth organisation in the United Kingdom, sponsored by the Ministry of Defence (MOD), which operates in schools, and normally includes Army, Royal Navy and Royal Air Force sections. Its aim is to "provide a disciplined organisation in a school so that pupils may develop powers of leadership by means of training to promote the qualities of responsibility ...

  7. In England and Wales (but not Scotland), a public school is a fee-charging endowed school originally for older boys. They are "public" in the sense of being open to pupils irrespective of locality, denomination or paternal trade or profession.In Scotland, a public school is synonymous with a state school in England and Wales, and fee-charging schools are referred to as private schools.