Williamson's Mathematical School
(1709-1970)

place and school

Closed aged c. 261

Sir Joseph Williamson's Mathematical School (SJWMS) is an all boys' grammar school with academy status in Rochester, Kent and a co-ed sixthform, also referred to either as Rochester Math or The Math School. The school was founded by the statesman Sir Joseph Williamson (1633–1701), lord of the nearby Manor of Cobham, Kent, who in his will bequeathed £5,000 to set up the school. The school was termed a mathematical school because it specialised in teaching navigation and mathematics to the sons of Freemen of the City of Rochester, the Chatham Naval Dockyard being nearby.

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Commemorated on 1 plaque

On this site, between the years 1709-1970, stood Sir Joseph Williamson's Mathematical School where the great actor David Garrick was a pupil in 1737.

Blue Boar Lane, Rochester, United Kingdom where it sited (1709-1969)