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  1. SC012020. Stanbridge Earls School was a coeducational independent special school located near Romsey, Hampshire, England. Students ranged in age from 10–19. [1] The school catered for both boarding and day pupils. [2] The school specialized in teaching and helping pupils with dyslexia, dyscalculia, developmental coordination ...

    • 1 September 2013
    • "Building confidence – Achieving success"
    • 15 September 1952
    • Independent special school
  2. Stanbridge Earls School [1] [2] in Hampshire has a vast history. The main house in Audley Stanbridge Earls is a Grade II* listed building. [3] Its history dates back to Saxon royalty, with links to King Alfred the Great and the founder of modern nursing, Florence Nightingale . From 1066, numerous families went on to own the estate.

  3. 28 de jun. de 2013 · 28 June 2013 An education tribunal raised "grave concerns" about safeguarding at Stanbridge Earls School in January A school in Hampshire, criticised for its handling of a pupil's claim that...

  4. 26 de oct. de 2021 · Audley Stanbridge Earls in the heart of Hampshire, is steeped in vast history and old folklore. Today, property owners who live there walk many of the same sites as some of England’s most famous historical figures. The main house in Audley Stanbridge Earls is a Grade II* listed centrepiece building.

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  5. Stanbridge Earls is reputed to be the place where Ethelwulf, King of the West Saxons and father of Alfred the Great died and was buried. However, it has not been proven. After 1066 various families possessed the estate. It was well endowed, with fishing rights in the River Test, arable and meadowland, orchards and plentiful woodland.

    • 20 ha
    • 1479
    • House LB II*
    • Romsey Extra
  6. Medium-sized country house is used as a school. A site of Saxon occupation, with continuous residence from the C13: by the mid C14 a substantial stone- built hall, with an east tower and a south chapel existed (and virtually remains): about 1840 additions were made and in 1895 a large series of additions in conforming scale : in the C20 service ...