Harington School

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Harington School
Huntsmans Drive

LE15 6RP

Coordinates52°40′21″N 0°44′15″W / 52.6724°N 0.7376°W / 52.6724; -0.7376Coordinates: 52°40′21″N 0°44′15″W / 52.6724°N 0.7376°W / 52.6724; -0.7376
TypeFree school sixth form
Established1 September 2015 (2015-09-01)
Department for Education URN141965 Tables
Head of SchoolMr John Harrison
Age16 to 19

Harington School is a free school sixth form located in Oakham in the English county of Rutland.[1] The school is named after John Harington, 1st Baron Harington of Exton and John Harington, 2nd Baron Harington of Exton, two notable peers in Rutland in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries.[2]

Established in September 2015,[3] Harington School is governed by a trust which is overseen by three secondary schools located in Rutland: Uppingham Community College, Oakham School and Catmose College.[4] Harington School has its own new dedicated building located next to Catmose College.[5]


  1. ^ "Harington School - Rutland". haringtonschool.com.
  2. ^ "Where Does The Name Harington Come From?". haringtonschool.com.
  3. ^ "First ever pupils start at Harington School". Rutland Times.
  4. ^ "Trust Structure". haringtonschool.com.
  5. ^ "Plans for a permanent building for Harington School given go-ahead". Stamford Mercury.

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