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Shooters Hill Sixth Form College is a large mixed further education college for students aged 16–19, located in Shooter's Hill in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, London, England.

Shooters Hill Sixth Form College
Red Lion Lane

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SE18 4LD

TypeAcademy 16-19 Converter[1]
Local authorityGreenwich
Department for Education URN138966 Tables
Head teacherJanet Atkinson[1]
Age16 to 19


The college opened in 2002, and occupies buildings previously used for secondary school education since 1928.

The school was initially Woolwich County School (created when Woolwich Polytechnic Boys Secondary School, a secondary school established alongside Woolwich Polytechnic in 1897, split into two sites in 1928; the other is now Woolwich Polytechnic School),[2] and later (1935) became Shooter's Hill Grammar School.[3] This amalgamated with Bloomfield Road School (Woolwich Secondary School for Boys) in 1977[4] and reopened as Eaglesfield Secondary School in November 1978,[5] becoming a sixth form campus in 2002.[6]

It is a member of the Sixth Form Colleges' Association.[7]

Notable alumniEdit

Shooter's Hill Grammar SchoolEdit

Ginger Baker (drummer) in 1968
Replica of the Colossus computer in October 2009, designed by Tommy Flowers at Dollis Hill in 1944

Woolwich County SchoolEdit

Eaglesfield SchoolEdit

  • Lee Murray, MMA fighter and mastermind behind the Tunbridge Wells Securitas depot robbery


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  8. ^ Holland, Jools; Vyner, Harriet (2008). Barefaced Lies and Boogie-Woogie Boasts. London: Penguin. ISBN 9780141026770.
  9. ^ Howerd, Frankie (1976) On the Way I Lost It, W.H. Allen, ISBN 0-491-01807-X
  10. ^ John Partridge
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