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Roedean School
Roedean is a village in East Sussex, to the east of Brighton, now part of the City of Brighton and Hove, mainly noted for Roedean School, a leading independent day and boarding school for girls, founded 1885.

LGBT history

Louisa Martindale was school doctor to Brighton High School and Roedean School.[1]

Nancy Spain was educated at Roedean School, and used it as the basis of the fictional "Radcliff Hall" in her novels.

Out to Swim have swimming sessions at the school.[2]


  1. Brighton OurStory
  2. Out to Swim South