Hurstpierpoint College was founded at Shoreham in 1849 and moved to its present buildings in 1853. One of several schools in Sussex founded by Nathaniel Woodard, `Hurst' was probably the most important and certainly the largest school in Woodard's grand scheme to provide a good Church of England education. Edward Lowe, the School's first headmaster, was one of the Victorian `giants' among headmasters. His career is remarkable not only for making Hurst a notable public school, but also for his contribution in national educational developments.
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Description du livre Phillimore & Co., 1997. Hardcover. État : New. N° de réf. du libraire DADAX1860770436