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  1. Ludgrove School - Home. Fortnightly boarding for boys aged 8-13 years old. Explore. Latest News. More News. Explore our School. The Ludgrove School Foundation. Supporting Ludgrove for present and future generations. Find out more.

  2. Contemporary. Profile. Facilities. Alumni. Notable masters. References. Further reading. External links. Ludgrove School. Coordinates: 51°24′00″N0°49′34″W51.400°N 0.826°W. Ludgrove School is an English independent boys' preparatory boarding school. Ludgrove was founded in 1892 at Ludgrove Hall in Middlesex by the Old Etonian sportsman Arthur Dunn.

  3. About Us. There are two mantras of Ludgrove life: ‘Be kind’ and ‘Be the best you can’ and our motto ‘whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with all thy might’ Ecclesiastes IX v.10 is as true today as it was when the school was founded in 1892. Since that date, society might have changed however, the hope that by the time a boy ...

  4. To contact her directly, please email or telephone the school on 0118 978 9881 and ask for Admissions. We welcome pupils who live overseas provided that they have a UK-based guardian and the right to study in the UK. Ludgrove has a licence, issued by UK Visas and Immigration, that enables us to sponsor a small number of Child Student visas.

  5. Ludgrove School - Which Boarding School. Información sobre Ludgrove School. Ludgrove es un internado situado en Wokingham para chicos de 8 a 13 años. Con 130 acres de espectaculares terrenos, los chicos pueden prosperar en un entorno increíble en el que realmente se sienten como en casa.

  6. Ludgrove School - Curriculum. Home » Curriculum. Academic. The main focus of the Ludgrove curriculum is to build firm academic foundations and encourage a love of learning. We prepare boys for Common Entrance or scholarship examinations to all the main public schools.

  7. Ludgrove was founded in 1892 by Arthur Dunn in Cockfosters, north London. Dunn was one of life’s natural enthusiasts and his favourite saying, “Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with all thy might” remains the school motto today.