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  1. 29 schools found. Queen's College // England. Queen’s College has an excellent position in league tables for its academic results, and the school prizes academic achievement. ... Quick View. Wycliffe School // England.

  2. Sir Richard Branson famously left Stowe School with no qualifications at the age of 16. Students take a common entrance exam as part of their application, and must apply three years in advance.

  3. 4 de abr. de 2023 · It was captured by John Bloomfield, then a 15-year-old pupil at Stowe boarding school in Buckinghamshire, on 4 April 1963, 60 years ago today, 311 days before the Beatles played the Ed Sullivan Show. The Beatles debut studio album, Please Please Me, had been in record stores for two weeks. They had a number one single. Things were moving quickly.

  4. Stowe is a civil parish and former village about two miles (three kilometres) northwest of Buckingham in the unitary authority area of Buckinghamshire, England. The parish includes the hamlets of Boycott, Dadford and Lamport . Stowe House is a Grade I–listed country house in the parish and is occupied by Stowe School .

  5. Peter Anthony Scott Farquhar (3 January 1946 – 26 October 2015) was a British teacher of English who taught at Manchester Grammar School and at Stowe School. He later lectured at Buckingham University. He also wrote three novels. He was murdered on 26 October 2015 by his lover and former student Ben Field .

  6. 3 de abr. de 2023 · The hour-long quarter-inch tape recording was made by 15-year-old John Bloomfield at Stowe boarding school in Buckinghamshire on 4 April 1963 when the band played a concert at the school's theatre.

  7. 4 de abr. de 2023 · The recording, which is the earliest known audio of the band playing in The UK, was made on April 4, 1963, at a school in Buckinghamshire. The recording was made by then 15-year-old schoolboy John Bloomfield at the private, all-boy Stowe boarding school, where The Beatles performed after another pupil, David Moores, wrote to manager Brian Epstein and requested that the band play at the school.