Sudbury Grammar School

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Sudbury Grammar School
Established 1491
Closed 1972
Type Grammar school
Location School Street
Sudbury
Suffolk
Coordinates: 52°02′15″N 0°43′36″E / 52.0375°N 0.7266°E / 52.0375; 0.7266
Local authority West Suffolk
Gender Boys
Ages 11–18
Fate Became Sudbury Upper School in 1972

Sudbury Grammar School was a boys' grammar school in Sudbury. The school was founded in 1491. In 1972, the school was amalgamated with other local schools to form Sudbury Upper School.

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It was a boys' grammar school. The analogous school for girls was Sudbury High School, which later became a bi-lateral school. Another nearby former grammar school was Woodbridge Grammar School. There was flexible transfer from the Sudbury Secondary Modern School, a boys' school - upwards and downwards.[1]

In December 1966, seven sixth form boys made a formal protest about the admission of Prince Charles to Trinity College, Cambridge, whom they claimed had entered by a backdoor entry method.

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One old boy paints another, c. 1750, in Mr and Mrs Andrews by Thomas Gainsborough

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