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Rosebank High School

Details about Rosebank High School

Rosebank High School 

Rosebank seems to have opened as a private day school in 1875 and a 1964 prospectus writes that it became Rosebank High School in 1939. There is  a 1934 prospectus calling it Rosebank Boys' High School and fees termly were 4-6 guineas. The headteacher at this time was F.M Woode and the school was advertised as being situated in a healthy part of the town. From 1939, Kingsley Gallimore was the well known headmaster. In 1952 it was fully recognised by the Ministry of Education. It closed in 1987

In 1988 parts of it were demolished following a fire and Ambleside Manor remains as residential  accommodation 


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