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PRINCE HENRY’S GRAMMAR SCHOOL, OTLEY, UK
(Specialist Language College) is a secondary school and sixth form established in 1607 in the historic market town of Otley, West Yorkshire, England. The school teaches boys and girls between the ages of 11 and 18 and has around 1,400 pupils and 84 teachers and retains a high position within regional league tables. Leading departments include Art, English, History and Science. Despite the name, Prince Henry’s is now a state comprehensive school rather than a grammar school. Prince Henry’s was founded under Royal Charter from King James I in 1607 and is named after his son Henry Frederick Stuart, Prince of Wales. As the Charter stipulates the name of the school to be Prince Henry’s Grammar School, this name was perforce retained despite it becoming an anachronism when the school became a comprehensive. The school celebrated its 400th birthday in 2007. The school’s frontispiece is an Edwardian school house complete with clock tower. The school facilities include a new science block added in May 2008. Prince Henry’s also has sporting facilities that include a swimming pool, tennis courts and the Wharf meadow playing fields, all of which uphold PHGS’s tradition within the area for developing young talent through curricular and extracurricular activities. The school has also recently completed the integration of a sixth form rugby academy in 2007. On 10 July 2008 HRH Duke of Kent visited the school to officially open the new science building. As well as unveiling a plaque to commemorate the opening, His Royal Highness spoke to students in Prince Henry’s sciences, physical education and modern languages lessons. The building has been named after Walter Hargreaves Hindle, a former Otley resident who bequeathed a large sum of money to the school for the advancement of the study of science.
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