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The Green School for Girls

The Green School for Girls

Categories: Schools, Schools - Secondary

Address: Busch Corner, Isleworth, Middlesex, TW7 5BB

Landline: 020 832... Landline: 020 832...

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About Us The success of our school has been recognised both locally and nationally. We are proud of our reputation and aim to continue to provide an outstanding education, underpinned by Christian values. The history of the Green School dates from 1796. At this time Isleworth was a small community consisting mainly of market gardens and orchards. There was the Isleworth Flour Mill at Mill Platt, Joseph Shore's pottery and brewery.At the end of the eighteenth century Sunday Schools began to be established all over the country. The Rev. William Drake, D.D, started a Sunday School in Isleworth in 1796 and after many changes this became the Green School as we know it today. The object of the school was to provide places for the children of the poor, who were too numerous to be admitted into the existing Isleworth Charity School (founded in the 17th century, now known as the Blue School).

The Green School began as an elementary school but in 1904 the trustees determined to conduct it as a Secondary School for Girls. Henry George seventh Duke of Northumberland, K.G., erected this building and let it to the Trustees for this purpose. It was opened on the 16th January 1906 and the current location of Busch corner. It was originally built on one floor being able to accommodate 120 girls. On July 16th 1934 the new buildings were dedicated by the Right Reverend the Bishop of Kensington and ceremonially opened by Her Grace the Duchess of Northumberland. During the year of 1940 the school suffered bomb damage on 3 separate occasions. In 1951 the rebuilt school was opened and has continued to enlarge.

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