Carshalton Boys Sports College
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Carshalton Boys Sports College (formerly Carshalton High School for Boys) is an academy school that educates around 1200 boys aged 11–19 years old. It is situated in the middle of the St Helier Housing Estate within the boundaries of Carshalton, London Borough of Sutton, England. In September 2003, the school was designated as a specialist sports college. As of 2011, the school has converted to academy status, but continues to have sport as a specialism. GCSE results have consistently been increasingly dramatically since 2009, although still below the national average. In addition, the school is rated 'Good' by OFSTED.
Notable former pupils
- Major-General Edward Robert Festing CB FRS (1839–1912), army officer, chemist, and first Director of the Science Museum, London
- Alex Stepney, Manchester United and England goalkeeper, 1968 European Cup Winner
Wayne Foster (1983-1988) School rugby captain 1986-1988. Left school with one of Carshalton High School For Boys worst attendance records and went on to do quite well for himself including working for the M.O.D and serving in the British Army.
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