Radley College

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Radley College (formally St Peter's College, Radley ) is a boys' independent boarding school near Radley, Oxfordshire, England, which was founded in 1847.wikipedia
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Eton College

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It is one of four boys-only, boarding-only independent senior schools in the United Kingdom, the others being Winchester, Harrow and Eton. Only Eton, Shrewsbury and St Edward's have won more events at the Regatta.
Following the public school tradition, Eton is a full boarding school, which means all pupils live at the school, and it is one of only four such remaining single-sex boys' public schools in the United Kingdom (the others being Harrow, Radley, and Winchester).

Harrow School

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It is one of four boys-only, boarding-only independent senior schools in the United Kingdom, the others being Winchester, Harrow and Eton.
It remains one of four all-boys, full-boarding schools in Britain, the others being Eton College, Radley College and Winchester College.

Radley

Radley College (formally St Peter's College, Radley ) is a boys' independent boarding school near Radley, Oxfordshire, England, which was founded in 1847.
The village is home to Radley College, a famous boarding independent school for boys from the age of thirteen.

Samuel Harvey Reynolds

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The first pupil was Samuel Reynolds, who in 1897 wrote his reminiscences of school life.
Samuel Harvey Reynolds (1831 – 7 February 1897) was the first pupil of Radley College and later became a renowned divine, journalist and man of letters.

Robert Corbet Singleton

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Radley was founded in 1847 by William Sewell (1804–79) and Robert Corbet Singleton (1810–81).
Robert Corbet Singleton was Warden of St. Columba’s College, Dublin, subsequently First Warden of St. Peter’s College, Radley, and a noted writer and translator of hymns.

Gordon Selwyn

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Gordon Selwyn (1913–1919)
The Very Reverend Edward Gordon Selwyn (1885–1959) was an English Anglican priest and theologian, who served as Warden of Radley College from 1913 to 1919; Rector of Red Hill, near Havant; and then as Dean of Winchester from 1931 to 1958.

John Vaughan Wilkes

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John Comyn Vaughan Wilkes (30 March 1902 – 24 January 1986) was an English educationalist, who was Warden of Radley College and an Anglican priest.

John Moule

On 6 July 2018, a plane trailing a banner reading "Make Radley Great Again" was flown over the school, in protest against Warden John Moule's campaign of modernisation.
John Stuart Moule (born 1971) is the Warden of Radley College, and a former Head Master of Bedford School.

St Edward's School, Oxford

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Only Eton, Shrewsbury and St Edward's have won more events at the Regatta.
In boys' sports the schools main rivals include Radley College and Marlborough College and in girls sports, Marlborough, Stowe, and Oundle School.

C. E. Bowden

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C. E. Bowden, WWI pilot and pioneer of IC engined model flight and radio control.
He went to Radley College, a boarding school in rural Oxfordshire, entering in Summer Term 1910 and leaving to enter military service in 1914.

James Bachman

James Bachman, comic writer and actor.
He attended Radley College and studied Natural Sciences at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, focusing on Physics and Mathematics.

Ted Dexter

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Ted Dexter, cricketer.
Dexter was educated at Norfolk House, Beaconsfield and Radley College, where he played in the first XI from 1950 to 1953, initially as a wicket-keeper and as captain in 1953, and was nicknamed "Lord Ted" for his aloof self-confidence.

Sir George Bowyer, 5th Baronet

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Later in the 18th century the estate passed to the Bowyer family, who commissioned Capability Brown to re-design the grounds.
He served as Member of Parliament for Queenborough from 1784 to 1790 and lived at Warfield Grove before inheriting, from his cousin Penelope, Lady Rivers in 1795, Radley Hall in Berkshire (now Oxfordshire).

Peter Cook

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Peter Cook, comedian.
Cook was educated at Radley College and then went up to Pembroke College, Cambridge, where he studied French and German.

Harry Bicket

Harry Bicket, conductor.
Bicket was educated at Radley College, Christ Church, Oxford, where he was an organ scholar, and the Royal College of Music.

Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference

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For the academic year 2015/16, Radley charged boarders up to £11,475 per term, making it the 19th most expensive HMC (Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference) boarding school.
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Gerald Brenan

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Gerald Brenan, writer.
He was educated at Radley, a boarding school in England, which he hated due to the bullying he endured.

Adam Fox

Adam Fox (1919–1925)
He was also Warden (Headmaster) of the famous Radley College.

James Burton (conductor)

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James Burton, conductor and composer.
Burton was born in London and was educated at Westminster Abbey Choir School (where he was Head Chorister in 1987) and Radley College.

Mark Durden-Smith

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Mark Durden-Smith, television presenter.
Durden-Smith was educated at Radley College.

Fives

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Sports such as fives, rackets, sailing, badminton and polo are all represented.
The courts at Winchester and Radley ("proper" Winchester courts) have an 11 ft back wall which further differentiates the courts from the Rugby variety.

Rackets (sport)

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Sports such as fives, rackets, sailing, badminton and polo are all represented.
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Alexander Downer

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Alexander Downer, former Australian Foreign Minister and former Australian High Commissioner to the Court of St James.
Downer was educated at Geelong Grammar School in Australia, then in England (while his father was High Commissioner) at Radley College between 1964 and 1970.

Thomas Field (Anglican priest, born 1855)

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Field was a distinguished Oxford "classic", he taught at Repton School and Harrow School from 1878 to 1886, and had been Headmaster of The King's School, Canterbury from 1886 to 1897, before becoming warden of Radley College 1897 to 1913.

Andrew Gant

Andrew Gant, chorister and composer.
Gant attended Radley College before going on to read Music and English at St John's College, Cambridge.