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Magdalen College School (MCS) is an independent day school in Oxford, England, for boys aged seven to eighteen and for girls in the sixth form.It was founded by William Waynflete about 1480 as part of Magdalen College, Oxford.
Magdalen College is one of the colleges of the University of Oxford. The Bishop of Winchester, William of Waynflete, founded the college in 1458. The full name of the college is "The President and Fellows of the College of St. Mary Magdalene in the University of Oxford".
A list of alumni of Magdalen College (/ ˈ m ɔː d l ɪ n / MAWD-lin), one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford in England.Notable former students include politicians, lawyers, bishops, poets, and academics.
From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Magdalen College School is an independent school for boys. It is on the edge of central Oxford, England. It was founded as part of Magdalen College, Oxford by Thomas Becket in 1480
El Magdalen College /ˈmɔːdlɨn/  es uno de los colleges que constituyen la Universidad de Oxford en el Reino Unido. En 2006 tuvo un presupuesto estimado en 153 millones de libras esterlinas.  El Magdalen College fue fundado como Magdalen Hall en 1448 por William de Waynflete, Obispo de Winchester. 
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In 1484 it was given to Magdalen College, Oxford. By 1548 there was a school at the site, its initial purpose being to allow pupils of the college in Oxford to escape the plague affecting the city at the time.
- Hart Hall and the first Hertford College
- Magdalen Hall and the second Hertford College
- Student life
- People associated with the college
Hertford College is a constituent college of the University of Oxford in England. It is located on Catte Street in the centre of Oxford, directly opposite the main gate to the Bodleian Library. The college is known for its iconic bridge, the Bridge of Sighs. There are around 600 students at the college at any one time, comprising undergraduates, graduates and visiting students from overseas. The first Hertford College began in the 1280s as Hart Hall and became a college in 1740 but was dissolved
The first Hertford College began life as Hart Hall in the 1280s, a small tenement built roughly where the college's Old Hall is today, a few paces along New College Lane on the southern side. In mediaeval Oxford, halls were primarily lodging houses for students and resident tutor
On 28 July 1710, the Rev Dr Richard Newton was admitted principal of Hart Hall. Newton was a well-connected, energetic, educational reformer. He was appointed principal from 'a very peaceful retirement' as Rector of Sudborough, where he was personal tutor to two brothers, who wer
After Richard Newton's death in 1753, the principalship of the college fell to a succession of men mostly lacking the desire or energy to continue their predecessor's plan. One exception to this succession was David Durell, who built up the reputation and academic success of the
Magdalen Hall was founded around 1490 on a site to the west of Magdalen College and next to Magdalen's grammar school. The site is now Magdalen's St Swithun's quadrangle. It took the name of an earlier Magdalen Hall in the High Street, which was founded by William Waynflete in 14
John Macbride became both principal of Magdalen Hall and Lord Almoner's Professor of Arabic in 1813, and plans to move the hall to the site of Hertford College were already afoot. On 15 March 1815, Magdalen College submitted a proposal for the move to Convocation. Magdalen Colleg
During John Macbride's principalship it became clear that the growing, energetic Magdalen Hall should be incorporated as a college to match its academic standing in the university. Since the name 'Magdalen College' was already taken, the favoured option was the revival of 'Hertfo
Hertford College's main site is situated on Catte Street, New College Lane and Holywell Street. The site consists of three quadrangles: Old Quadrangle, New Quadrangle, and Holywell Quadrangle. The college also has three large groups of buildings for student accommodation near Folly Bridge: Warnock House, the Graduate Centre and Abingdon House. In addition to these, the college owns a number of houses around Oxford.
Undergraduate students are accommodated for the full three or four years of their study, either on the main site or on college-owned property primarily in North Oxford and the Folly Bridge area. A new Hertford Graduate Centre fronting the Isis was built near Folly Bridge and was opened in 2000. Hertford is home to a college cat named Simpkin, who lives in the College Lodge and is the fourth of his lineage, collectively Simpkins, the collective noun for Hertford College cats; the original was cal
The current Principal of the college, from 2020, is former UK Ambassador to Lebanon and policy advisor Tom Fletcher.
The college has over 30 Tutorial Fellows in the subjects it offers at undergraduate level. 1. Hagan Bayley, Professor of Chemical Biology 2. Charlotte Brewer, Professor of English Language and Literature, Tutor in English 3. Dame Kay Davies, FRS, Dr Lee's Professor of Anatomy 4.
The college has a number of Emeritus Fellows, including: 1. Toby Barnard, historian 2. Martin Biddle, archaeologist 3. Robin Devenish, former professor and Tutor in Physics 4. Bill Macmillan 5. Tom Paulin, former G M Young Lecturer and Tutor in English 6. Alison Young, former Pro