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Canada Memorial Foundation

Categories: Education

Countries: Canada

The Canada Memorial Foundation has its origins in a Letter to the Editor published in a British newspaper in 1988 suggesting a monument in memory of the contribution of Canadians to World War I and World War II. By 1991 the Foundation had been set up, mostly on the initiative of Canadian-British businessman Conrad Black, and the first scholarships were awarded. Canadian students were given grants to study in the UK and British students to study in Canada.

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Canada Memorial Foundation

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Canadian Memorial

Unveiled by the Queen. The Canadian Memorial Foundation website has a colourf...

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Royal Mathematical School

Royal Mathematical School

Initiated by Sir Robert Clayton who had read about the French schools of navigation. He persuaded King Charles II to support the UK equivalent as part of Christ's Hospital. "Samuel Pepys in the Adm...

Group, Education

1 memorial
Frederick Denison Maurice

Frederick Denison Maurice

John Frederick Denison Maurice was born 29 August 1805 in Normanston near Lowestoft. He was the founder of the Working Men's College and an organizer of the Christian Socialist movement. He died,...

Person, Education, Religion

1 memorial
City of London School for Girls

City of London School for Girls

Founded by William Ward. On the Carelite site 1894 to 1969 and then moved to the Barbican.

Building, Education

1 memorial
Grey Coat Hospital Foundation

Grey Coat Hospital Foundation

This is a charity supporting five schools including the Grey Coat Hospital in Greycoat Place.  See Grey Coat School for more information.

Group, Education

1 memorial
Anna Kendall

Anna Kendall

Headteacher of Christ Church Primary School, 1992 - 2009. The image comes from a 2010 interview.

Person, Children, Education

2 memorials