St John’s College School

St John’s College School is a co-educational preparatory school founded in the 17th century for the education of the choristers of the Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge, England. The twenty choristers continue to be educated in the school which now numbers 460 boys and girls aged 4–13. The current Head Master is Neil Chippington. The school is divided into two halves, Byron house for KG, T1, T2, Form 1 and Form 2 (Reception – Year 4) whilst the 2nd part of the school, further up Grange Road, is in charge of Forms 3-6 (Years 5-8).
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