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Bushra Nasir

Categories: Education

Studied at Queen Mary University and in 1997 became the first Muslim headteacher of a state school, Plashet School for Girls in East Ham.

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Bushra Nasir

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Mile End mural

Murals are often rather fun puzzles so do have a go identifying what you can ...

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Guardian Angels Church & School

Guardian Angels Church & School

The church on the Mile End Road was opened in 1903, the school, shown in this picture, behind the church, in 1896. Both funded by the Howard Family of Norfolk.

Building, Architecture, Education, Religion

1 memorial
Colvyn Hugh Haye, CBE

Colvyn Hugh Haye, CBE

Colvyn Hugh Haye was born on 7 December 1925 in Tundla, Uttar Pradesh, India, a son of Colvyn Hugh Haye (1895-1969) and Avis Rose Haye née Kelly. He was educated at the Oak Grove School, Jharipa...

Person, Armed Forces, Education, Politics & Administration, Australia, China/Hong Kong, India, Scotland

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Bedford Institute / Quaker Social Action

Bedford Institute / Quaker Social Action

Established in the East End as the Bedford Institute Association to act on Education, Religious Effort, Moral Training, and Relief of the sick and destitute. Named for the Quaker silk merchant and ...

Group, Education, Religion, Social Welfare

1 memorial
John Lyon School

John Lyon School

Independent boys' school in Harrow. John Lyon (1514-92) was a significant landowner, who by 1564 had the largest land-rental income in Harrow. He  founded Harrow School, The John Lyon School, and ...

Place, Education

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Mrs Knott's Dame School

Mrs Knott's Dame School

School in Bromley, attended by the young H.G. Wells. Dame Schools were an early form of private elementary school, often found in areas of poverty. They were usually run by women and were often loc...

Place, Education

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