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  1. We offer the very best all-round education: an immersive learning experience which is full of opportunity, excitement and fun. Our ethos centres on ensuring that each pupil becomes as future-ready as possible during their time at School and leaves prepared for the challenges and opportunities that they will face within our rapidly evolving society.

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      About Charterhouse Founded in 1611, Charterhouse is one of...

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  2. Charterhouse is a public school (English boarding school for pupils aged 13–18) in Godalming, Surrey, England. Originally founded by Thomas Sutton in 1611 on the site of the old Carthusian monastery in Charterhouse Square, Smithfield, London, it educates over 800 pupils, aged 13 to 18 years.

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    • Latin: Deo Dante Dedi, (God having given, I gave)
  3. Charterhouse offers something special and as you would expect it is very popular and oversubscribed. Pastoral care and discipline are both strong, but not oppressive. Girls have been at Charterhouse in the 6 th form for over 40 years and the school became fully co-ed from Year 9 in 2021. Charterhouse is the original 'football school' and soccer ...

  4. Charterhouse school. Category: History & Society. Date: 1671 - present. Charterhouse, a well-known school and charitable foundation that is now in Godalming, Surrey, Eng. The name Charterhouse is a corruption of the French Chartreuse (the location of the first Carthusian monastery).

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  5. Charterhouse School. Thomas Sutton’s bequest of 1611 made provision for both the care of 80 ‘Poor Brother’ and the schooling of 40 boys from poor backgrounds on the site in Clerkenwell. The School moved from London to Godalming in 1872, but the association between the School and the Charterhouse almshouse has continued to this day.