Harris Academy St John's Wood

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Harris Academy St John's Wood (formerly Quintin Kynaston) is a secondary school in St John's Wood, North London, England, established in this name in 2017.wikipedia
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St John's Wood

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Harris Academy St John's Wood (formerly Quintin Kynaston) is a secondary school in St John's Wood, North London, England, established in this name in 2017.

Van Heyningen and Haward Architects

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A new building opened to students on 12 January 2015 and was designed by van Heyningen and Haward Architects.

Jihadi John

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In March 2015 Quintin Kynaston received unwelcome publicity with the revelation that Mohammed Emwazi, the ISIL killer who was portrayed in the media as "Jihadi John", had been a student at the school, leaving it in 2006.
Emwazi attended St Mary Magdalene Church of England primary school, and later Quintin Kynaston School.

Richard Causton (composer)

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Born in London, Richard Causton attended Quintin Kynaston School and William Ellis Schools.

Harris Federation

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It joined the Harris Federation Multi-Academy Trust in September 2017.

Tulisa

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At age 14, with support from her uncle, Byron Contostavlos, she enrolled at Quintin Kynaston School in St John's Wood but later attended Haverstock Secondary School where she did not sit her GCSE examinations.

Fred Housego

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Housego was educated at Kynaston Comprehensive School, where he passed one GCE O-level in British Constitution.

Michael Page (fighter)

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Page attended Quintin Kynaston School in St John's Wood, alongside Olympian judoka Ashley McKenzie.

Steve New

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Born in Paddington in London, New received his formal education at Quintin Kynaston School in St. John's Wood, London, and started playing the guitar with the London Schools' Jazz Orchestra at the age of 14.

Murad Qureshi

He attended Quintin Kynaston School and graduated from the University of East Anglia with a degree in Development Studies before undertaking an MSc in Environmental Economics at University College London.

Suggs (singer)

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He then went to the Quintin Kynaston comprehensive school at Swiss Cottage, North London.

Andy Hopper

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Hopper was educated at Quintin Kynaston School in London after which he went to study for a Bachelor of Science degree at Swansea University before going to the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory and Trinity Hall, Cambridge in 1974 for postgraduate work.

John Leckie

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Born in Paddington, London, Leckie was educated at The Quintin School, a grammar school in North West London, then Ravensbourne college of Art and Design in Bromley.

John Trillo

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John Trillo (as he was generally known) grew up in Cricklewood, North London, and was educated at the Quintin School and King's College, London.

Secondary school

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Harris Academy St John's Wood (formerly Quintin Kynaston) is a secondary school in St John's Wood, North London, England, established in this name in 2017.

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Harris Academy St John's Wood (formerly Quintin Kynaston) is a secondary school in St John's Wood, North London, England, established in this name in 2017.

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Harris Academy St John's Wood (formerly Quintin Kynaston) is a secondary school in St John's Wood, North London, England, established in this name in 2017.

Special measures

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The school had previously been rated as "Outstanding" in 2008 and 2011 by Ofsted, the English schools' inspectorate; however, in 2014 it was rated "Requires Improvement", and in April 2017 it was rated "Inadequate" and as a consequence was placed in special measures.

Academy (English school)

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It joined the Harris Federation Multi-Academy Trust in September 2017. It has been an academy school since November 2011.

Quintin Hogg (merchant)

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Quintin School was founded in 1886 by Quintin Hogg (grandfather of the mid-20th century politician of the same name) as the Polytechnic Secondary School, part of Regent Street Polytechnic.

Quintin Hogg, Baron Hailsham of St Marylebone

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Quintin School was founded in 1886 by Quintin Hogg (grandfather of the mid-20th century politician of the same name) as the Polytechnic Secondary School, part of Regent Street Polytechnic.

University of Westminster

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Quintin School was founded in 1886 by Quintin Hogg (grandfather of the mid-20th century politician of the same name) as the Polytechnic Secondary School, part of Regent Street Polytechnic.

Grammar school

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Quintin became a grammar school in 1944, and in 1946 was renamed the Quintin School after Quintin Hogg, who founded the Polytechnic at Regent Street in 1882 building on the legacy of the Royal Polytechnic Institution.

Voluntary controlled school

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It was a voluntary controlled school.