Eton College

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a public school for boys founded in 1440

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Some pupils from the pounds 25,000-a-year Eton College, Bucks, were in the surgery at the time.
Sacked Eton College art teacher Sarah Forsyth leaving the tribunal yesterday Picture: TIM OCKENDEN
On This Day: 1441: King Henry VII founded Eton College.
Shaven-headed poet Patience Agbabi is the new writer-in-residence at Eton College.
The allegations were made by Sarah Forsyth, a former art teacher at Eton College.
A WIRRAL school is taking on the might of Eton college in a home- made car race this weekend.
A BOY found hanged at Eton College yesterday may have been a bullying victim.
Wilson, 47, had a history of sexual offences, including exposing himself to Eton College pupils.
Sunderland University glass graduate Claudia Phipps has left her mark on Eton College.
Sarah Forsyth, fighting a claim for unfair dismissal from Eton College, said she duped the young royal as a last resort after her complaints of harassment against another member of staff went ignored by the school.
The allegations were made by Sarah Forsyth, a former art teacher at Eton College, ahead of an employment tribunal in which she will say she was unfairly dismissed from the top boarding school.
Sarah Forsyth, a former art teacher at Eton College, is going before an employment tribunal in Reading, Berkshire, where she is expected to accuse Eton of unfair dismissal and sexual discrimination after her contract was not renewed.
Top of the table is Eton College, Windsor, with 80% and at the bottom is Stanbridge Earls School, Romsey, with 25.
Eton College is also just across the River Thames from Windsor Castle, the Queen's favourite weekend retreat.
Much to the mirth of journalists it sat next to ads for a nanny, restaurant manager and an Eton College housekeeper.