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Winchester College

Winchester / United Kingdom

Winchester College Winchester College was founded in the fourteenth century by William of Wykeham, Bishop of Winchester and Chancellor to Edward III and Richard II. The charter of foundation was granted in 1382, the buildings were begun in 1387 and the first scholars entered the School in 1394. The original foundation included a Warden and ten Fellows, two schoolmasters, three chaplains, seventy Scholars and sixteen Quiristers. Most features of this foundation are still in place, including the quiristers who are now part of Pilgrims' School but continue to sing in Chapel. As well as the seventy scholars, however, there are now also over six hundred 'Commoners' and instead of only two schoolmasters over eighty full-time teachers or 'dons'.







Pupils' Art Works

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Ben Throsby, 16yrs   Ode to Henry Moore
JamesSong, 16yrs   Portraits
Ben Throsby, 16yrs   Book of Nudes
Raymond Kwok, 16yrs  
Khaled Tinubu, 16yrs   Book of London
Marcus Scott, 16yrs  
William Peat, 15yrs   Splash
Philippe de Bree, 14yrs   Meet the Family
Rico Kim, 14yrs   The Kingdom
Brody Summerfield, 15yrs   Brighton Pier
Oliver Jimenez, 15yrs   Untitled