A vivid and entertaining portrait of the School's history, celebrating the experience of being at St. Helen's, both past and present. This book tells the story of the School through informative text, beautiful imagery and fascinating reminiscences from Old Girls, staff and current pupils.
Starting with the School's foundation by May Rowland Brown in 1899, the book traces the history of St. Helen's and its development into the school that it is today. It looks at some of the School's traditions and profiles the individuals who have played a part in the St. Helen's story, as well as exploring the physical development of the School.
The book ends with a portrait of life at St. Helen's today, reflecting its vibrant community and looking to the future of the School as it continues to provide new opportunities and experiences for its pupils.
Edited by Susan Millership