Bishop Stopford's School At Enfield
There is also a school of a similar name in Kettering.
The Bishop Stopford's School at Enfield, commonly known as Bishop Stopford's, Bishop's at Enfield or (locally) just Bishop's, is a voluntary aided co-educational grammar school specialising in mathematics and computing, and engineering, with a sixth form. The school has strong links with the Church of England. Worship is in a relatively High Church Anglo-Catholic tradition using the Book of Common Prayer and the King James Bible, although modern translations are mandated for study. It is in Brick Lane, Enfield, near Enfield Lock, Greater London, England.
Read more about Bishop Stopford's School At Enfield: Overview, History, Houses, Choir Form, Gallery, Uniform, Chaplain, Assembly, The School Chapel, School Organ, Traditions, Noteworthy Teachers, Selected Old Stopfordians
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