Terra Nova School

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Terra Nova School
Motto Labor et ludus
Established 1897
Type Preparatory day and boarding school
Headmaster Andrew Lewin
Location Holmes Chapel
Cheshire
CW4 8BT
England
Local authority Cheshire East
DfE number 895/6006
DfE URN 111472 Tables
Students 300~
Gender Coeducational
Ages 3–13
Website www.terranovaschool.co.uk

Terra Nova School is a prep school in Cheshire for children from three to thirteen years of age. It began as a school for boys in 1897, and now educates both boys and girls.

Children aged three to seven attend the Pre-Prep School, and pupils aged eight to thirteen attend the Prep School. A charitable trust since 1955, the life and work of the school are overseen by a governing body drawn from varied, appropriate backgrounds. Situated in a rural area near Holmes Chapel, Cheshire, the school is self-contained in more than thirty six acres of land, with extensive playing fields and a number of buildings housing teaching facilities.[1]

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  1. ^ "Terra Nova School" (PDF). Independent Schools Inspectorate. Retrieved 4 December 2012. 

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Coordinates: 53°13′39″N 2°18′26″W / 53.227617°N 2.307201°W / 53.227617; -2.307201