Plaque

Christ Church School - Kendall

Erection date: 2003

Inscription

Christ Church Primary School. Rebuilt 2003. Anna Kendall, Headteacher.
As many hands build a house, so many hearts make a school.

The quotation comes from a school morning prayer much quoted on the net but we could find no source.

Site: Christ Church School - SW3 (3 memorials)

SW3, Christchurch Street

We'd guess that the buildings either side of this pedestrian area were designed to be symmetrical, but the one on the left of our picture has been rebuilt, larger. The left-most plaque (enlargement) is out of our picture but can be seen on the page for the school itself. The right-most plaque is for Earl Cadogan.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Christ Church School - Kendall

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Christ Church School, SW3

Christ Church itself was built in 1839 and quickly established its Sunday Sch...

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Anna Kendall

Headteacher of Christ Church Primary School, 1992 - 2009. The image comes fro...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Christ Church School - Kendall

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Christ Church School - Cadogan

Christ Church School - Cadogan

The biblical quotation is from: Matthew 19:14, or Luke 18:16, or Mark 10:13-1...

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Christ Church School - enlarged

Christ Church School - enlarged

The cheerful quotation is from Proverbs 9:10 and also 1:7.

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