The Magna Carta School
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|Motto||"Learning with Respect"|
|DfE URN||137116 Tables|
|Ofsted||Reports Pre-academy reports|
|Ages||11–16 - 18|
|Houses||Magna, Abbey, Bridge and Thames|
|Colours||Red, yellow, green, blue|
The Magna Carta School is an 11–16 academy school in Surrey, England, which has been awarded specialisms in Technology and ICT. It is named after the Magna Carta due to its proximity to Runnymede, where the document was signed. The school contains over 1200 pupils including over 60 prefects.
The school became the first Apple RTC (Regional Training Centre) in Surrey in 2010; this included a new Apple suite with the introduction of high definition video conferencing for national/international interactive learning.
||This article's list of alumni may not follow Wikipedia's verifiability or notability policies. (September 2012)|
- Alice Upcott and Edward Upcott and their team from Spelbound, won Britain's Got Talent on UK TV in 2010.
- Jordan Houghton is a youth football player who plays in the England national under-17 football team. He is also signed to Chelsea F.C..
- Matt Lapinskas, a former pupil, was an actor in EastEnders, playing the part of Anthony Moon. He judges the yearly competition "Magna's Got Talent" at the school.
- Adam Upcott
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