at Ford Park, Plymouth, PL4 6RN United Kingdom
Plymouth College is a co-educational independent school in Plymouth, Devon, England, for day and boarding pupils from the ages of 3 to 18. It was founded as a boys' school in 1877 and became coeducational in 1995.HistoryThe school was established in 1877 and in 1896 it bought out its older rival Mannamead School, and was temporarily known as Plymouth and Mannamead College .The school's motto, Dat Deus Incrementum – God Gives The Increase, is the same as that of Westminster School, Marlborough College and Tonbridge School. In 1976, the first girls were admitted to the school's sixth form. It became fully coeducational in 1995, which also saw the end of Saturday morning lessons. In 2004, the school absorbed St Dunstan's Abbey School, an independent school for girls that had been founded by Lydia Sellon. The combined school is still known as Plymouth College and remains at Ford Park, near Mutley Plain, just north of the city centre. The preparatory school is a mile south-west, within the gated Millfields complex at Stonehouse.TodayPlymouth College is an independent school for pupils from the ages of 3 to 18. Its headmaster is Mr Jonathan Standen, who is a member of the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference. Mr Chris Gatherer is the headmaster of the Prep School. The school has a non-selective intake but admission is by way of its annual entrance examination at the age of 11, or by way of Common Entrance at 13, although applications are considered at any other times and are not unusual at the beginning of GCSE courses and the sixth form.
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