Mathematics, Chemistry, Classical Greek and English were also taught. Under the University College London (Transfer) Act 1905, University College London became part of the federal University of London, and the School was created as a separate corporation.
UCS moved away to new purpose-built buildings in Frognal in Hampstead in 1907, which were opened by HM King Edward VII with the Archbishop of Canterbury in attendance on 27 July.
The Junior Branch buildings were also refurbished, with the addition of an Art & Technology Centre.
In 2005 UCS announced a four-year £12 million development programme.
Furthermore, the subjects taught at these Ancient Universities during this period, especially at Cambridge and Oxford, were relatively narrow, with classical subjects and divinity dominating. Browne soon resigned from his position and was replaced by John Walker (an assistant Master).
Several of the founders of the University of London are directly associated with the founding of the school; they include Henry Brougham, 1st Baron Brougham and Vaux (who appears to be singled out as the ring leader in A tradition for Freedom), Lord Auckland (probably George Eden, 1st Earl of Auckland), William Bingham Baring, 2nd Baron Ashburton, Sir Isaac Lyon Goldsmid, Henry Hallam, Leonard Horner (The Royal Society of Edinburgh has described UCS as his 'monument' ), James Mill, Viscount Sandon (probably either Dudley Ryder, 1st Earl of Harrowby or Dudley Ryder, 2nd Earl of Harrowby), James Lock, Stephen Lushington D. By February 1831 it had outgrown its quarters, in October 1831, the Council of UCL agreed to formally take over the school and it was brought within the walls of the College in 1832, with a joint headmastership of Professors Thomas Hewitt Key and Henry Malden.
Kikuchi Dairoku was invited to the first annual prize giving at Frognal where he represented those who had received their prizes at Gower Street.
In 1974 the Sixth Form Centre, which also houses the Lund Theatre, was opened by HRH The Duke of Kent.The list of its 130 services includes the national and international headlines in the Polish language followed by business news, sports, motorization and new technologies, as well as online games, blogs, chat rooms, internet forums and a shopping arcade, not to mention the streaming radio and Internet television channels.hosts one of Polish online encyclopedias, the Encyklopedia Internautica and the thematic catalogue of websites.It also has strong ties with the Equatorial College School in Uganda, and charitable work in Romania and India. In 2016, the school updated its school logo to incorporate its widely known name of UCS Hampstead and to include the full motto in its distinctive roundel emblem.The school's colours are maroon and black which are shown to the school's distinctive vertical striped blazers.UCS publishes a termly online newsletter called The Frognal and a yearly printed magazine called The Gower sent to current and past students for free.