The school's website tells us that it was opened in 1907 when Middlesex County Council established Uxbridge County School. The school now occupies the site and grounds of a former Victorian mansion and its name was taken from the house where, for 500 years, the Bishops of Worcester rested or halted in their own property while travelling to London.
Much of the main part of the school building dates from the 1950's when the school grew to take four forms of entry each year. It has been a popular local secondary school and in the 1970's expansion to five forms of entry brought another building programme. Following the high demand for places, further growth took place in 1989 when the first six forms of entry arrived.
We don't know as yet if the scenes filmed there are interior or exterior but we will keep you informed if we receive any more information.
The map below shows the location of the school.