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Goldsmiths College

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Goldsmiths College

Founded as Goldsmiths' Technical and Recreative Institute by the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths. In 2006 it became Goldsmiths, University of London. Its range of departments includes Art, Design and Music.
Some of the better known alumni are: Damien Hirst, Antony Gormley, Mary Quant and Damon Albarn.

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

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Goldsmiths College

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Battle of Lewisham - mural

Gold has "The mural was created through a collaboration between local communi...

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Cheam School

Cheam School

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.

Place, Education

2 memorials
Charterhouse School

Charterhouse School

Founded by Thomas Sutton in 1611, the year of his death. An ex-Carthusian priory near Smithfield was used for the school - thus pupils are known as Carthusians. Sutton was buried in the chapel. Th...

Building, Education

1 memorial
Henrietta Franklin

Henrietta Franklin

Education reformer and leader of Jewish League for Woman Suffrage. She championed the Parents' National Educational Union and the ideas of Charlotte Mason. Born as Henrietta Montagu in London into...

Person, Education, Gender Issues

1 memorial
Central Foundation Girls School

Central Foundation Girls School

Moved from Spital Square in 1975 to the building in Bow Road.  Spitalfields Life reports on a 2013 school reunion at the old building, which is now Galvin Restaurant - old photos and reminiscences.

Group, Children, Education

1 memorial
C. B. Fry

C. B. Fry

Sportsman and journalist. Born Charles Burgess Fry in Croydon. Primarily his sport was cricket, but he was also an athlete and played in a football cup final. He taught at Charterhouse School and p...

Person, Education, Literature, Sport / Games, Germany

2 memorials