Lord Wandsworth College

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Lord Wandsworth College
Established 1928
Type Independent
Religion Inter- / denominational
Headteacher Adam Williams
Location Long Sutton
RG29 1TB
51°12′52″N 0°55′46″W / 51.21442°N 0.92942°W / 51.21442; -0.92942Coordinates: 51°12′52″N 0°55′46″W / 51.21442°N 0.92942°W / 51.21442; -0.92942
Local authority Hampshire
DfE URN 116521
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–18
Former pupils Sternians
Website www.lordwandsworth.org

Lord Wandsworth College, often abbreviated to LWC, is a medium-sized fully co-educational independent school in Hampshire, England. It takes both boarding and day pupils from the ages of 11–18. It is set among 1200 acres of farmland adjacent to the small village of Long Sutton, near the small town of Odiham and village of South Warnborough. As of 2015, the current headmaster is Adam Williams.

Notable former pupils[edit]

Notable former pupils include:


  1. ^ "RugbyRugby : Latest News". Archived from the original on 2003-08-11. Retrieved 2007-07-11. 
  2. ^ a b "Lord Wandsworth College @ UK Schools Guide 2005". Guide to Independent Schools. Retrieved 2006-03-22. 

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