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Nottingham Girls' High School is an independent selective day school for girls aged 4–18, situated just north of Nottingham city centre. The school was founded in 1875 and forms part of the Girls' Day School Trust

Nottingham Girls' High School is an independent selective day school for girls aged 4–18, situated just north of Nottingham city centre. The school was founded in 1875 and forms part of the Girls' Day School Trust. Nottingham Girls' High School was founded on 14 September 1875 by the Girls' Public Day School Company (now the Girls' Day School Trust). It was among the first such schools opened outside London.

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compiled by Betty Boyden. Are you sure you want to remove Call back yesterday from your list? Call back yesterday. a collection of reminiscences to mark the centenary of the Nottingham High School for Girls, GPDST, 1875-1975. Published 1976 by in . Written in English.

Nottingham High School is an independent, fee-paying day school for boys and girls in Nottingham, England, comprising the Infant and Junior School (for ages 4–11) and Senior School (for ages 11–18). Approximately 1,000 students attend the school, including around 800 in the Senior School (an average of around 110 in each of years 7–11 and around 120 in each of the two years of the Sixth Form).

The event marks the first time the Duchess of Sussex, who is currently pregnant with her first child, has been a. .

The event marks the first time the Duchess of Sussex, who is currently pregnant with her first child, has been a member of the Royal family for Remembrance Day (Picture: AFP/Getty). Tributes were laid at the tomb of the unknown soldier who is buried in the Abbey (Picture: PA). The president of Germany, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, who earlier laid a wreath at the Cenotaph, was also present at the historic event. Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby makes an address during a National Service to mark the centenary of the Armistice (Picture: PA). Theresa May also spoke at the emotional service (Picture: Reuters).

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Address given by the Archbishop of Canterbury at A Service to mark the Centenary of the Armistice.

As we mark today the centenary of the Armistice that brought to an end the First World War, we remember with sorrow the sacrifice of lives on all sides of the conflict and the suffering of the devastated and bereaved. Sophie Okonedo OBE, actress, read from Beatrice Webb’s diaries for 11th November 1918. Address given by the Archbishop of Canterbury at A Service to mark the Centenary of the Armistice.

Harrow School has always been famous for its exclusive education. Harrow School is also known for its custom of singing School Songs. Some of the songs were written by school teachers about Harrow life in the 19th century. Many famous British people, including Sir Winston Churchill, studied there. Among other notable graduates are poets and writers such as Byron, Sheridan and Richard Curtis. The school currently has approximately 850 pupils spread across 12 houses, all of them are full-time boarders. New songs are occasionally written, but most students, teachers and graduates think that ‘the old ones are the best’!