Roedean School blue plaque in Brighton

Roedean School founded here as Wimbledon House School in October 1885 with two teachers and ten pupils

Roedean School is an independent day and boarding school in Roedean Village on the outskirts of Brighton, East Sussex, England for girls aged 11 to 18. The campus is situated near the Sussex Downs on a cliff overlooking Brighton Marina.The school incorporates a 320-seat theatre, a heated indoor swimming pool and a chapel, as well as a range of workshops, studios, laboratories and sports pitches. Current school fees are between £5,250 and £11,550 per term, from the youngest day girls to the oldest boarders. This puts Roedean among the most expensive girls' schools in the United Kingdom. Roedean School is a member of the Girls' Schools Association. The Good Schools Guide stated that the "School has a healthy spirit and much to offer."

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