St Peter's School

Last Updated: 19/02/2018

There were 65 boys in St. Peter's School in 1900 and the number remained constant until after 1913. During this period many branches of scientific study were introduced and a preparatory school provided by taking over St Olave's, a private school close at hand. A new science block was opened in 1903. Between 1908 and 1919 various properties adjacent to the school were acquired for additional accommodation. A swimming bath was built in 1922, new playing-fields were opened in 1924, and a library in 1927. In 1925 there were 85 junior boys and 215 seniors (boys over 12) in the school. Extensive alterations were made in 1935 and a new school block erected. In 1956 there were about 330 boys in the senior school.
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