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An Art Exhibition in Memory of the Loss of Berkhamsted School During World War II

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Berkhamsted School mainly teaches coeducation to students in pre-prep school, prep school and sixth form. It mainly accommodates students between the ages of 11 and 16. The school has several sites which are at the Pre-Prep School, the Prep School, Kings Road Campus and the Castle Street Campus.

This school has a rich history which dates back to the World War II. In addition, the school is known for its characteristic collegiate and pastoral structure. It further has different sporting events, outdoor education and cultural co-curricular programme. The Berkhamsted School also participates in the life of the community.
A major event for this school is the art exhibition in memory of the loss of Berkhamsted School during WW2. There was an official opening of the school’s exhibition room. This event is huge for the school and attracts participants from different walks of life. Moreover, the occasion has different sponsors and media partners.
The exhibition room is well-set by a qualified..
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Battlefields of the Great War Visit 2003

A report on the School’s annual Year 11 History visit to the Great War battlefields of Northern France and Belgium
by JM Nash
A typical Commonwealth Gravestone. The fallen soldier is said to be Known unto God.

Last October, Year 11 students from Castle and Kings were taken to Belgium and Northern France to visit the battlefields and commemorate the casualties of the First World War. This trip has become an annual one for Year 11 History students, which is made all the more poignant by the remembrance of the deaths of Old Berkhamstedians in the Great War: 231 Old Boys, and two Old Girls (serving in Voluntary Age Detachments).

After a windy ferry ride across to France we then drove to Belgium. Our first port of call was the museum and cemetery at Hooge…
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Berkhamsted School for Girls During World War I

An investigation into the lives of three girls from that time by Louise Gent Spanning two centuries The Chronicle of The Berkhamsted School for Girls is a fascinating record of social history documenting as it does the changing aspirations and…
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