Westminster School

Westminster School

51° 29′ 54″ N 0° 07′ 42″ W / 51.4984, -0.1284

La Westminster School de Londres

Le Royal College of St. Peter at Westminster (plus connu sous le nom de Westminster School) est l'une des plus fameuses public schools britanniques pour garçons (école privée). Elle se situe à proximité de l'abbaye de Westminster au centre de Londres, son histoire remonte au-delà du XIIe siècle. Son directeur depuis 2005 est Stephen Spurr, elle compte actuellement 742 garçons et filles, dont le tiers est pensionnaire. Les garçons y sont admis dès l'âge de 7 ans, les filles seulement à partir de 16 ans.


Quelques anciens élèves


  • Tony Trowles (2005). A Guide to the Literature of Westminster Abbey, Westminster School and St. Margaret's Church 1571-2000. Boydell Press.
  • John Rae (1994). Delusions of Grandeur : A Headmaster's Life. HarperCollins.
  • John Field (1986). The King's Nurseries: The Story of Westminster School (2nd edition). James & James. (ISBN 0-907383-01-7).
  • Lance Bertelsen (1987). The Nonsense Club: Literature and Popular Culture, 1749-1764. Oxford: Clarendon Press.
  • John Dudley Carleton (1965). Westminster School: A History (revised edition). R. Hart-Davis.
  • Lawrence Edward Tanner (1934). Westminster School: A History. Country Life.
  • Reginald Airy (1902). Handbooks to the great Public Schools: Westminster. George Bell & Sons.
  • John Sargeaunt (1898). Annals of Westminster School. Methuen.


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