Wildernesse School

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The Wildernesse School
Address
Seal Hollow Road

Sevenoaks
,
Information
TypeState School
MottoBe courteous of gesture and affable unto all men
HeadmasterMr J Daly
Enrollment1000 (approx.)
Colour(s)Maroon/Grey
MascotSquirrel

The Wildernesse School in Sevenoaks, Kent, England was a single sex High School for boys aged eleven to nineteen. It had Specialist School status for Mathematics and Computing. Other than the English motto taken from a letter to Sir Philip Sidney from his father, the school had a Latin motto: Non Nobis Solum (English: Not for ourselves alone).

The school closed in July 2010, becoming part of the Knole Academy at the start of the autumn term in September 2010.[1]

Former pupils[edit]

References[edit]

http://www.education.gov.uk/

Coordinates: 51°17′07″N 0°13′08″E / 51.2854°N 0.2189°E / 51.2854; 0.2189