Fitzmaurice Grammar School
The original building of Fitzmaurice Grammar School, currently in residential use as Fitzmaurice Place
|Founder||Lord Edmond Fitzmaurice|
The Fitzmaurice Grammar School was a Grammar School in Bradford on Avon, England. The school opened as the County School in 1897 with financial support from Edmond Fitzmaurice, 1st Baron Fitzmaurice. It was renamed Fitzmaurice Grammar School in 1936 after the death of Lord Fitzmaurice. The grammar school was closed in 1980 and merged with Trinity Secondary modern school  to form the comprehensive school called St Laurence School.
A primary school, known since 1985 as the Fitzmaurice Primary School, uses some of the former classrooms of the grammar school.
Notable former pupils
Alumni of the Grammar school include:
- Dr Geoffrey Copland CBE, Vice-Chancellor from 1996-2007 of the University of Westminster, and former Chairman from 1997-2003 of the Coalition of Modern Universities, and of the Universities and Colleges Employers Association, and current Chairman since 2007 of ASET
- Charlotte Long, actress
- Bradford-on-Avon's Schools: The story of education in a small Wiltshire town by Keith Berry, Ex Libris Press, 1998 ISBN 0-948578-96-3
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