Category: SUTTON REMEMBERS WW1:
Jun 28, 2016
Choirs in Sutton will have a unique opportunity to be part of the borough’s remembrance events following the launch of a new piece of written specifically for choirs. Memorial Ground is a new piece of music written by...Read More
Jun 21, 2016
It was to the sound of whistle blasts at 07.30 on July 1st, 1916 that there started the Battle of the Somme, during which more than one million men were wounded or killed, making it one of the bloodiest battles in human history....Read More
Jun 15, 2016
Discover the history of North Cheam which includes the story of the largest fireworks factory in the world, its use as a munitions factory in World War 1, its Roman road and lost rivers, and some of the characters who’ve...Read More
Jun 1, 2016
Year 9 students from Sutton High School travelled to France and Belgium to visit memorials and cemeteries commemorating those who fought and died in the First World War recently. A student has written the following report: On...Read More
Apr 6, 2016
The ANZACs on the Western Front – In commemorating the centenary of the Great War, the important role of the ANZACs – servicemen from Australia and New Zealand – is sometimes overlooked. Yet they had the...Read More
Apr 5, 2016
This year marks the centenary of The Battle of the Somme, recognised as one of the bloodiest battles in human conflict with over 1 million casualties over a four month period. At the beginning of the War the British Army was a...Read More
Mar 21, 2016
Organisers of a remarkable new exhibition Remembering 1916 – Life on the Western Front are offering great discounts on ticket prices for those who come early. Remembering 1916 is a new showcase which is being presented by...Read More
Mar 15, 2016
Remembering 1916 – Life on the Western Front is a new showcase which is being presented by Whitgift school to coincide with the centenary of the First World War. The WW1 Exhibition runs from Thursday March 10 –...Read More
Mar 4, 2016
Sutton is to be the first council in London to partner with the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) on a project which will help to commemorate the borough’s war dead who lost their lives in World War One. It is now...Read More
Dec 6, 2015
Sutton families, schools and organisations have a chance to come together to plant trees and also commemorate the start of the First World War. “Why not bring people together and plant some trees? We have over 3,000 free...Read More
Dec 4, 2015
Friends of Honeywood Museum have just launched an ambitious and extensive programme which will see one of the borough’s finest building being used to offer a range of activities and events commemmorating World War One....Read More
Dec 4, 2015
Year 8 EFC students have been studying the First World War at close quarters in Ypres, Belgium this week. The students attended the evening ceremony performed daily at 8.00pm, at which children from SPH laid a wreath...Read More
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SUTTON HIGH SCHOOL
Sutton High School is an independent day school for girls aged 3-18. Founded in 1884 by the GDST, it continues to provide an academically rigorous and challenging education within the framework of a caring and supportive community.
It was the London Borough of Sutton’s highest placed girls’ school in The Times A Level Results Table August 2015 and GCSE results also saw an increase in the percentage of A* grades, up to 32%, with 40% of girls achieving 9 or more A* or A grades. Come and see for yourself why The Good Schools Guide describes Sutton High as “a school to watch”. Places for our Open Events can be booked online at www.suttonhigh.gdst.net
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