Marling School

Marling School
Address
Cainscross Road
Stroud
Gloucestershire
GL5 4HE
Tel
01453 762251
Fax
01453 756011
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Marling School, Stroud is a state school for boys aged from 11 to 18.

Local authority:

Gloucestershire

Pupils:

848

Religion:

None


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Marling School is an 11-18 selective boy's grammar school, set in the cotswold town of Stroud.

The official motto of the School is 'Abeunt Studia in Mores' which may be freely translated as 'Let us go forward through study to character'.

The School's second motto, carved over the main entrance, is 'Nulli Praeda Sumus' translated as 'We are no-one's prey' or more freely 'No one shall take advantage... Read More

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