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  1. Salesian College was a Roman Catholic voluntary-aided school for boys aged 11 to 16 (previously 11 to 18, until it had to jettison its Sixth Form). It was founded in 1895 in Battersea , London , by the religious order of the Salesians of Don Bosco , who arrived in Battersea in 1887 as part of Don Bosco's dream to establish a Salesian ...

    • 1895
    • Servite Domino in Laetitia (Latin: Serve the Lord with Gladness)
    • Salesians of Don Bosco
  2. The Salesian Family. St. John Bosco College is part of the worldwide family of Salesian schools. The Salesians have over 3000 schools in more than 130 countries worldwide. St. John Bosco College has five sister schools in England in Bolton, Bootle, Chertsey, Croxteth and Farnborough.

    • September 2011; 12 years ago
    • Roman Catholic
  3. The Salesians of Don Bosco built their first school in Battersea in 1895. The present school, which replaced Salesian College and St John Paul II school, opened in 2015, in a new building complex which also incorporates the Sacred Heart church and the Battersea Salesian community, a formation centre for young Salesians, and a hospitality centre ...

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    Wandsworth. Voluntary Aided Roman Catholic school in Battersea, for boys aged 11 to 16, and based on the educational principles of St John Bosco. Includes Ofsted, diary and prospectus.

  5. Battersea London SW11 3DQ Telephone 0207 924 8310 Email Website Thornleigh Salesian College, Bolton Thornleigh Salesian College (SDB) is a secondary school with sixth form on the same site, educating boys and girls from 11-18. The Salesians founded the college as a boys' school in 1925.

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