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I : INTRODUCTION

Chapter 1: What Made Our School So Special?

 

II : THE STORY OF THE SCHOOL

Chapter 2: Long-Serving Staff

Chapter 3: Previous Grammar Schools in Wellingborough

Chapter 4: The Early Years with Mr F. C. Lay (1930–1937)

Memories of the Thirties: Joe Keep (1933–1936)

Chapter 5: Mr Woolley (1937–1945) and the War Years

War and Peace: Noel Pearson (1944–1950)

Thoughts on WGS: Peter Wilson (1942–1949)

Chapter 6: Long-Serving Staff Post-War

Chapter 7: The 1944 Education Act & Mr Wrenn (1946–1975)

Caramba! Is that the only Spanish I learnt?: Graham Sharp (1958–1964)

 

III : WHAT MADE OUR SCHOOL SPECIAL?

Chapter 8: The Liberal Curriculum

Chapter 9: The Academic Curriculum

Chapter 10: Sport

Chapter 11: Clubs and Societies

The Play’s The Thing: Geoff Hodgkins (1955–1962)

Scouting at WGS: Peter Godfrey (1955–1960)

Chapter 12: School Trips at Home and Abroad

Chapter 13: Eminent Guests on Parents’ Day

Poacher Turned Gamekeeper: David Wilson (1952–60, 1964–75)

 

IV : FAREWELL

Chapter 14: 10/65 And All That

Chapter 15: Epilogue

Lines on the Passing of WGS: David Wilson

MEMORIES OF WGS Launch Contents Foreword: Sir David Frost
Book Presentation
Foreword: Mr Temple Readers’ Reviews HOW TO BUY