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The Wavell School

The Wavell School Specialist Technology College

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History of the School


Lord Wavell

The Wavell School is an 11-16 co-educational community school of over 930 students, serving the civilian and military communities of North Camp, Farnborough, Aldershot and Surrey borders. It was named after Lord Wavell, one of the most inspirational generals of the 20th Century.

Other Men's Flowers

Lord Wavell

Lord Wavell held the most difficult commands of the last war with courage and brilliance. At one time, while Commander in Chief, Midddle East, he was conducting operations on four different fronts simultaneously. He was also a member of the Royal Society of Arts and published an anthology of his favourite poems, "Other Men's Flowers".

We gift copies of this Anthology to our visitors and guests as a symbol of our heritage.

                 

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1970 News Article

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The Wavell School’s Official Opening was on 23rd October 1970 led by Lady Pamela Humphrys, daughter of Lord Wavell and we were delighted when her son, Owen Humphrys, returned to the School 40 years later to help us celebrate our 40th Anniversary.  

1970        2010

1970 Programme                      2010 Programme

Today

On the doorstep of one of the biggest aerospace centres in Europe and with a direct link to the history of flight we are committed to becoming a centre of excellence of Science, Mathematics and Technology.

At the beginning of the 21st Century we became a Specialist Technology College and in 2002 we opened The Wavell Primary Science Centre as well as becoming the Lead School in Launchpad for Learning, a charitable project sponsored by the aerospace industry aimed at inspiring and exciting students in the use and potential of Technology.