St Peter’s School, York (627 AD) (3/5)

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St Peter’s School was founded in York by the Roman Saint Paulinus of York, in the year 627 AD. It is located in Clifton, York, North Yorkshire. Interestingly, an early headmaster of the school, Alcuin, graduated from his position of teaching to become the Chancellor to the legendary Frankish Emperor Charlemagne! It is comprised of multiple schools catering to different age ranges 2-18. It is the third oldest school in the world, and a member of the York Boarding Schools group.

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