Felixstowe College

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Felixstowe College
Felixstowe College crest.JPG
Motto "Fide Constantia" (Latin for Constant in Faith)
Established 1929
Closed 1994
Type Independent school
Boarding and day
Location Maybush Lane
Felixstowe
Suffolk
IP11 7NQ
United Kingdom
Gender Girls
Ages 11–18
Houses See the Houses section
Colours

Red, Grey

         

Felixstowe College was a girls' independent school, located in Felixstowe, Suffolk. It was established in 1929[1] and closed in 1994. In 1995, a different school called Felixstowe International College was founded on part of the site of Felixstowe College. Other former boarding houses, playing fields and the main school site were sold off for private housing.

History[edit]

The school's original name was Uplands School. It became Felixstowe Ladies' College in January 1929. In the 1930s, the name changed to Felixstowe College for Girls, and then to Felixstowe College.

Houses[edit]

The main boarding houses were Cranmer, Latimer, Ridley and Tyndale. Wycliffe was the first year house (Lower IV). Sixth form accommodation was located in Old Hooper, Coverdale and the Sixth Form Centre.

Map of the college site[edit]

Year groups[edit]

English school year Felixstowe College year
Year 7 Lower Fourth (LIV)
Year 8 Upper Fourth (UIV)
Year 9 Lower Fifth (LV)
Year 10 Middle Fifth (MV)
Year 11 Upper Fifth (UV)
Year 12 Lower Sixth (LVI)
Year 13 Upper Sixth (UVI)

Headmistresses[edit]

Miss M. E. Clarke 1929-1943
Miss Ruth Jones ("Jonah") 1943-1967
Miss Elizabeth Manners ("Maude") 1967-1979
Miss Dawn Guinness 1979-1988
Mrs Angela Lynas (Acting Headmistress) Autumn Term 1988
Mrs Ann Woodings 1989-1993
Mrs Bridget Patterson 1993-1994

References[edit]

  1. ^ Manners, Elizabeth. The Story of Felixstowe College, 1929-1979. Printed by Baron Publishing, Woodbridge, Suffolk. 

External links[edit]