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As part of Desborough's commitment to offer its students an education that caters to their needs when choosing GCSE options in year nine, the College is partnered with the Berkshire College of Agriculture (BCA). This partnership allows Desborough students looking for a career in trade, sports coaching or public services the opportunity to study vocational courses. Students can study their chosen courses at BCA twice a week.

Until 2009 it was an all-boys school, however, the Sixth form has since become co-educational.[3] It was founded as Maidenhead County Grammar School in 1894 under its first Headmaster Mr A. E. Brooks.

Loatlands Primary School is part of the Montsaye Community Learning PartnershipMCLP is a private company limited by guarantee. It has charitable status and is registered in England and Wales under company 07670511.Registered office: Greening Road, Rothwell, Northamptonshire NN14 6BB

With its history of over 100 years, Desborough has seen many Headmasters with varying characteristics, styles, and quirks. The original Headmaster of Desborough School was A. E. Brooks, the namesake of the Brooks building which houses the Modern Foreign Language College and the Geography department.

We are located in York Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 1SF. The club’s telephone number is (01628) 629403.

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In 2003, the school won Language College status. Additional languages are offered as extra curricular subjects. Japanese is now taught on Tuesdays after school.

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Desborough's current Headmaster is Paul Frazer.[7] Mr. Frazer succeeded Andrew Linnell after Mr. Linnell resigned in 2012.[8] Mr. Linnell took over in 2005 from David Eyre, who moved to Brighton Hill Community College[9] at Basingstoke.

To reserve a place call the school office on 01536 506404

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The school became an academy in October 2012 and changed to Desborough College.

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Good. Ofsted judged us as Good in all of the sections of their report which was a disappointment. The Education Fellowship goal is to take our school to an Outstanding Ofsted judgement.

The school was founded as Maidenhead County Grammar School in 1894. In September 1973 it converted to comprehensive schooling. The school is the subject of a book, 100 and not out, written by David Evans, a long serving History teacher and former student, to celebrate the centenary of Desborough School.

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The school has joined The Consortium programme along with Altwood Church of England School, Cox Green, Newlands School and Furze Platt Senior School in 2003. The Consortium allows sixth form students to take a subject not offered at their school and study it at another participating school. Subjects such as Geology and Politics are among the subjects that Desborough offers to the other schools. Transport is provided between schools.

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We have both indoor and outdoor facilities supported by a kitchen and bar, all located conveniently in central Maidenhead.

There are four school houses in Desborough which relate to important figures in British history, each with its own colour:

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Welcome to the official website for Desborough Bowling Club located in Maidenhead, UK.

During the 1990s Desborough School became a grant-maintained school providing it with increased funding and a greater degree of autonomy. The passing of the School Standards and Framework Act 1998 abolished grant-maintained schools and Desborough reverted to LEA control.

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We are holding tours to view Loatlands in action for children starting school in September 2017:

The data for Desborough School was last updated here on Aug-2015

A major renovation of the historic main school building was completed in 2006. This upgrade saw a new library and staff room, more classrooms and the removal of the school reception to the old music house. A new music department has been built in the place of the old temporary buildings.

For the second time in the School's history it changed status in 2012 becoming an Academy school, and changed its name to Desborough College. As part of its academy status it is partnered with the independent Radley College, Microsoft and The John Lewis Partnership.[4]

In the 1970s reform in the Royal Borough ensured all schools converted to the then new comprehensive schools system, which prompted the School's name change to Desborough School after Lord Desborough, a prominent Maidonian.