John Ruskin College is a sixth form college in London and the first vocational sixth form college in the country. It is situated in Forestdale on the A2022 (Selsdon Park Road), close to the A212 roundabout, on the southern edge of London's conurbation. New Addington is near, as is Gravel Hill tram stop.
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... Road, and in April 1945 it was granted grammar school status as the John Ruskin Grammar School for Boys (JRGS) ... It had been previously the John Ruskin Selective Central School ... It moved to Upper Shirley Road, Shirley, in 1955, and was retitled the John Ruskin High School in 1971 before being demolished in 1991 ...
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