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The Holt School

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The Holt School
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Holt Lane

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RG41 1EE

Coordinates51°24′56″N 0°50′37″W / 51.41564°N 0.8437°W / 51.41564; -0.8437
Department for Education URN136880 Tables
Head teacherMrs K Pearce and Ms A Kennedy
GenderGirls (mixed sixth form)
Age11 to 18

The Holt School is a secondary school located on the outskirts of Wokingham, Berkshire, England, on Holt Lane.[1][2] It is a girls' school[3] and currently teaches over 1,200 girls ranging from age 11–18.[4] Boys are admitted to the sixth form.[5] There are eight houses: Broderers, Clothworkers, Goldsmiths, Haberdashers, Lacemakers, Spinners, Tanners and Weavers.

The school was founded in 1931, originally at Tudor House, and its first headmistress was Miss G.M. Brown.[6][7] It is a specialized language and science college and is in the top 100 highest achieving schools in GCSE, AS and A level exam results.[8] The co-headteachers as of June 2020 were Mrs K Pearce and Ms A Kennedy.[9]

In June 2020, James Furlong, a 36-year-old teacher who was head of history, government, and politics at the school, was stabbed to death in the 2020 Forbury Gardens stabbings in Reading.[10][11][12]

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Notable alumni


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  10. ^ Murphy, Neil; Rampen, Julia; Bona, Emilia (21 June 2020). "'Kind and gentle' teacher from Liverpool killed in Reading attack". liverpoolecho.
  11. ^ Blackall, Molly (21 June 2020). "'Passionate' schoolteacher is first Reading attack victim to be named" – via
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  14. ^ "New mayor for Wellington". The Dominion Post. 13 October 2010. Retrieved 24 June 2011. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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