Place    From 1654 

Cheam School

Categories: Education

Founded by George Aldrich. It moved to Headley, Hampshire in 1934. Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, and Charles, Prince of Wales are alumni. This photo shows Charles with fellow pupils.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Cheam School

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Cheam School

Cheam School Once associated with Whitehall, the famous Cheam School was esta...

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William Gilpin

William Gilpin 1724 - 1804 These flats have been built on the site of Cheam S...

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Hawthorns High School for Boys

Hawthorns High School for Boys

School in Hayes, in the Borough of Hillingdon at which George Orwell taught from 1932 - 1933. He is top right in the photograph.

Building, Education

1 memorial
Bedford Charity

Bedford Charity

Created by a gift of land by Sir William Harpur to the corporation of Bedford. A merchant from Bedford he had come to London and done so well that he was Lord Mayor in 1561. The following year he p...

Group, Education

1 memorial
International Students House

International Students House

ISH began life in 1917 as Student Movement House, a social centre opened at 32 Russell Square in memory of students who died in WW1. 1932 - 46 the warden of Student Movement House was Mary Trevelya...

Group, Community / Clubs, Education

1 memorial
Southwark College

Southwark College

A former further education college, with sites in Waterloo, Bermondsey and Camberwell. It merged with Lewisham College.

Building, Education

1 memorial
Hisanari Murahashi

Hisanari Murahashi

Became a student at UCL in 1865.

Person, Education, Japan

1 memorial