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    Houses. Millfield is predominantly a boarding school, having around 75% of its pupils as boarders. The school operates a house system, which is based on sex and status as a day pupil or boarder.

  2. Millfield House is a Grade II* listed building located in Silver Street, Edmonton, London. Previously a private house, it has been used as an arts centre since 1979. History [ edit ]

  3. Millfield Theatre opened on 15 December 1988 in the grounds of Millfield House on Silver Street in Edmonton, North London. It was the first new theatre built in London after the National Theatre in 1976 and seats up to 362 in a variety of stage layouts.

  4. Millfield House. Founded in 1935, Millfield is a co-educational Independent school for pupils aged 13–18 years based in Street, Somerset, England. Millfield is a registered charity and is the largest co-educational boarding school in the UK with approximately 1,240 pupils, of whom over 950 are full boarders of over 65 nationalities.

  5. Millfield consists of: A Block (the original buildings) - which houses Arts, Technology (resistant materials and food studies), I.C.T, Drama, Dance, Canteen, Offices, Medical room, Media studies and Performing Arts; B, C and D Block (the tower block) - which houses Biology, Chemistry, Physics, French and Spanish

  6. Millfield is a suburb and electoral ward of the City of Sunderland, in Tyne and Wear, England. Most of the buildings in the area were built after the Victorian Era and are mostly built up of large terraced houses built for working-class people of the 20th century.

  7. www.millfieldschool.com › discover-brilliance › ourOur History Millfield School

    Millfield House has a remarkable history which stretches back to its construction in 1889 and beyond. It was designed by George Skipper, a Norwich architect favoured by the Clark family, who also designed the Crispin Hall and Wilfred and Cobden Terraces in Street.