Two years later, between 1867-8, Sir George Gilbert Scott and Wyatt built a similar school to the almshouses, using the same style and materials, again for the Dents. About this time Wyatt set up in practice on his own but still carried on working for the Dents on Sudeley and other buildings in the area. He continued to produce superb perspectives for Scott, as well as other architects, which were regularly exhibited at the Royal Academy.

Pevsner, N., Verey, D., and Brooks, A., Gloucestershire I: The Cotswolds in the Buildings of England (Penguin Books, London, 1999), pp. 678, 731, 734, 674.