Oliver Whitby School at Chichester in the County of Sussex 1702-1950
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Oliver Whitby School at Chichester in the County of Sussex 1702-1950 a brief account. by C. Burton Fairbrother

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Published by Moore & Tillyer for the Old Oliver Whitbyians" Association in Chichester .
Written in English

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  • Oliver Whitby School (Chichester).

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ContributionsOld Oliver Whitbyians" Association.
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Open LibraryOL14461514M

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Oliver Whitby was born in the son of Chichester’s Archdeacon, and died in , founding a boys’ school by the terms of his will. It opened its doors in and, sadly, closed in , when the author of this account was in his fifth year at the school.5/5(1).   House of Fraiser, Formerly Oliver Whitby School founded in l Rebuilt in ; Sir Reginald Bloomfield, archiitect. The school was closed in Views: West Sussex School Records Description: This collection consists of the records of approximately schools covering the whole of the county. E/35D Oliver Whitby (Blue Coat boys) Founded , closed E/35N Boys High School County Secondary School, opened Merged with Lancastrian to become Comprehensive. A Poll Taken at the City of Chichester for the County of Sussex, March , published March accessible at: W.S.R.O. The Book of Chichester: second of ten children Thomas and Mary Battell was educated at the Oliver Whitby School, known as the Bluecoat School, Chichester.

The site of the former Oliver Whitby School, currently in retail use. Founded in , for 12 scholars, the school closed at the end of , merging with Christ’s Hospital School near Horsham. The school motto Vis et Sapientia (strength and wisdom) is still visible on the upper level. Chichester Society members have probably consulted, or even own, a copy of The Buildings of England: Sussex, by Ian Nairn and Nikolaus Pevsner, first published in It covers the historic county, treating the post East and West Sussex as two separate sections in a single volume. Nikolaus Pevsner’s East Sussex was revised by the late. We realize that a Chichester High School year book may be hard to find so registering to complete your school's Virtual Yearbook may be the next best thing to finding Chichester High School yearbooks. The list of names is also useful for getting together a Chichester High School reunion if you don't have a complete list of the students from. The Prebendal School. West Street Chichester West Sussex PO19 1RT +44 (0) Contact email.

  Founded in , the school closed at the end of , merging with Christ’s Hospital School near Horsham. During the Second World War the store Morants, bombed out of its home in Portsmouth, moved into part of the school building. When Oliver Whitby. The site of the former Oliver Whitby School, currently in retail use. During the Second World War there were 3 bombing raids on Chichester. In Chichester there were Dominican friars (called blackfriars because of the color of their costumes). He was a member of the Society until at least when he would have been around 85 years of age. I became Head of Maths at Chichester High School for Girls in and subsequently became Head of Maths at the new Chichester High School in September I look forward to working within the Chichester High School team to ensure that all students enjoy their school experience and leave with all the tools needed for a successful future. We are a close and supportive community based in Chichester, West Sussex, working hard to achieve the best for all our students. Every individual is valued in the school and we ensure that everyone ha.