Magdalen College School, Oxford

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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 William Waynflete in 1480.

The school was originally founded by William Waynflete to educate the sixteen boy choristers of Magdalen College, Oxford who sang in the college's chapel. Important Old Waynfletes include William Tyndale, Sam Mendes, Tim Hunt, and Ben Goldacre.

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