Pages: 144
Illustrations: Up to 175 colour and black and white illustrations.
Publication Date: 01 October 2013
Words: 40000

Arnold House School

Hardback(Showcase Edition only)
About the book

Arnold House has established a leading reputation among
preparatory schools. Established for more than a century, it
was founded in 1905 by a remarkable woman, Amy Hanson,
with the express intention of preparing young boys for entry
into the leading public schools. But Miss Hanson, who led
the school until 1937, achieved much more than that, laying
down a distinctive ethos, based on tolerance, understanding
and loyalty, that has been perpetuated by her successors
ever since. This book tells the story of how that has been
sustained and developed under George Smart, John Pepys,
Johnny Clegg, Nicholas Allen and Viv Thomas. It describes
the years of the Second World War, when the school was
divided between London and Scotland, as well as
the years of post-war change, and brings the
story up to date, covering the many scholastic
and other achievements accomplished in recent years. Much of the
material has come from interviews with a number of former pupils,
many of whom made lifelong friends during their time at Arnold
House, as well as long-serving members of staff, whose recollections
bring alive a school whose focus has always been on the individual.

Additional Information

Pages 144
Illustrations Up to 175 colour and black and white illustrations.
Publication Date 1 Oct 2013
Words 40000