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St Augustine's High School

Categories: Education

Founded by Mother Emily Ayckbowm, it originally opened with seven students. The High School opened in 1884 as an all boys' secondary school. In 1969, the present school buildings were opened, and became a Church of England comprehensive school. Alumni include the cyclist Sir Bradley Wiggins.

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

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St Augustine's High School

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Sir Bradley Wiggins - Paddington Rec

Sir Bradley Wiggins C.B.E. enjoyed the facilities at Paddington Recreation Gr...

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Anna Kendall

Anna Kendall

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

Person, Children, Education

2 memorials
HMS Shrapnel

HMS Shrapnel

From Exploring East London: "During World War II the college was used by the armed forces for providing technical training for personnel; first by the RAF in 1940, then by the army in 1941 and then...

Group, Armed Forces, Education

1 memorial
Red House - John Lyon School

Red House - John Lyon School

Bought by the school in 1956, its opening in 2013 was probably following a major refurbishment of some kind. At Lyonian Association we learnt: "The Red House Memorial Garden contains several trees...

Building, Education

1 memorial
Grey Coat Hospital / Grey Coat School

Grey Coat Hospital / Grey Coat School

From the school's website: "In 1666, after the Great Fire of London, many inhabitants of the Old City of London moved to the medieval town of Westminster. With its congested and squalid alleys, the...

Group, Education

4 memorials
One Tun Ragged School

One Tun Ragged School

The One Tun pub in Perkins Rents was in the infamous area known as the Devil's Acre. Ragged Theology describes how a London missionary reported this pub as being the venue for a 'school' where stre...

Group, Education

1 memorial