St. Clement Danes School

St. Clement Danes School

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St. Clement Danes School is a mixed, voluntary-aided, comprehensive school in Chorleywood, Hertfordshire.

Admissions

It has specialist status for languages and science and takes students aged 11 (Year 7) through to 18 (Year 13).

The School occupies a large site to the northwest of Rickmansworth in Chorleywood. It is about a mile (1.6 km) from Chorleywood station but there are buses from the station and Watford. It is situated on Chenies Road (A404), which at that point occupies the boundary of Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire for a half mile, adjacent to the north side of the school. The school is less than a mile east of junction 18 of the M25.

History

The school was founded in 1862 by the church wardens of St Clement Danes Parish in Holborn, London and opened in Houghton Street. It was funded from income from the St Clement Danes Holborn Estate,

Grammar school

The St. Clement Danes Holborn Estate Grammar School for Boys remained in Houghton Street until 1928, when it transferred to a new site on in the Metropolitan Borough of Hammersmith, where it flourished as a grammar school until 1975. The school had a well-known choir which featured in a 1975 EMI recording (ASD 3117) of Carl Orff's Carmina Burana, conducted by André Previn with the LSO (and chorus). The site was next to......
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