Dagfa House School

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Dagfa School Nottingham
Type Other independent school
Headteacher Dr. Woodroffe
Location 57 Broadgate
Beeston

Nottingham
Nottinghamshire
NG9 2FU
 England
52°55′56″N 1°12′28″W / 52.93231°N 1.20783°W / 52.93231; -1.20783Coordinates: 52°55′56″N 1°12′28″W / 52.93231°N 1.20783°W / 52.93231; -1.20783
DfE URN 122911 Tables
Students 237 (January 2012)
Gender Co-educational
Ages 2–16
Colours Navy
Website web.archive.org/web/20110903184852/http://www.dagfaschool.notts.sch.uk/

Dagfa School Nottingham was an independent, co-educational school in Beeston, Nottinghamshire, England, which included Dagfa Nursery, Dagfa Junior School and Dagfa Senior School.

Facilities[edit]

The Dagfa school opened in 1948 in a converted 18th-century family home, a listed building. In 1969, it became the Dagfa House School, a fully independent day school. In 2010, it became the Dagfa School Nottingham

By July 2016, Dagfa School Nottingham comprised Woodlands (a second large house), a multi-purpose gym hall, a library as well as a third brand new building housing sciences, Information and communications technology, and a modern studio-theatre. Dagfa School Nottingham provided a complete education for girls and boys between ages 2 and 16.

Closure[edit]

On 27 May 2016, the school announced to staff and parents that it would close at the end of the summer term. On 15 July 2016, Dagfa School Nottingham closed, apart from the nursery, which closed in August. The school trustees put the school into administration on 20 July 2016.

References[edit]

https://web.archive.org/web/20110903184852/http://www.dagfaschool.notts.sch.uk/

External links[edit]