109 Clyde Road,
|Type||Private boys' preparatory school, Years 1-8|
|Motto||Play the Game|
|Ministry of Education Institution no.||4118|
|School roll||425 (November 2020)|
Medbury School, located in Christchurch, New Zealand, is an independent school for boys between Years 1 to 8 (ages 5 to 13).
Medbury School was established in 1923 by the Chennells family after purchasing a property of 20,000 square metres (220,000 sq ft) and a large family home called "Ripsford". The school began with only nine boys cared for by the Chennells. By 1925 the number of boys attending the school had grown to approximately 50. In 1955 the Chennells retired; by this time there were 111 boys at the school. Development of facilities has occurred as the school has grown and the school will celebrate 100 years in 2023.
Boys are accepted into Medbury School at any level between the ages of five and thirteen at the discretion of the Headmaster.
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