Bloxham School

Bloxham School, also called All Saints' School, is an independent co-educational day and boarding school of the British public school tradition, located in the village of Bloxham, three miles (5 km) from the town of Banbury in Oxfordshire, England. The present school was founded in 1860 by Philip Reginald Egerton and has since become a member of the Woodard Corporation. The current headmaster is Paul Sanderson, who took over from Mark Allbrook in 2013. The school has approximately 515 pupils.[1]

All Saints' School or Bloxham School
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OX15 4PE

Coordinates52.0225°N 1.3733°W / 52.0225; -1.3733
TypePublic school
Independent School
Boarding school
MottoJustorum semita lux splendens
(The path of the just is a shining light)
Religious affiliation(s)Church of England
Established1853 (original foundation)
1860 (present foundation)
FounderPhilip Reginald Egerton
Department for Education URN123275 Tables
ChairmanM S Hedges
HeadmasterPaul Sanderson
ChaplainAlex Ladds
Age11 to 18
HousesSeven senior boarding houses, one senior day house, one junior house
Colour(s)Black & White    
PublicationThe Bloxhamist
Former pupilsOld Bloxhamists
AffiliationWoodard Corporation
School HymnFor All the Saints
A Shining Light

Founded as a school of the Oxford Movement, Bloxham is a member of the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference.

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