King’s School, Rochester (604 AD) (2/5)

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Yet another “King’s School” for our list, the King’s School of Rochester is located in Kent, Rochester. It was founded in the year 604 AD, as part of Rochester Cathedral, and reformed in 1541 by Henry VIII during the English Reformation when Rochester Monastery was dissolved. It teaches children aged 3-18, and claims to be the second oldest school in the world to have been in continuous operation since its inception. 

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