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Founder's Day


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On the last day of term before the Easter break, the school celebrated Founder’s Day with a special service in the main hall. Musical items included brass fanfares by Robert Cochrane and returning Old Wilsonian Sam Leggett, and a flute piece by Bach played by Jacob Ormson. The Head gave an inspiring address about the school’s history in Camberwell and Mr Lissimore pondered with us the meaning of the school hymn.

Proceedings were given a real flourish with a dazzling rifle drill performed by the CCF.

It is now 399 years since Edward Wilson, vicar of Camberwell, set up his grammar school for the poor boys of his parish. Plans are already being made for next year’s quatercentenary, which will be an epoch-defining moment in the history of the school. Exciting times!

OPEN EVENING for entry to Year 7 in Sept 2015
Thurs 26 June 2014 4pm – 9pm Further details here

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WILSON'S WEB SITE

Next term we shall be changing to a new design for the web site which is intended to be bolder, simpler and better for mobile devices. The structure of the web site will remain mostly unchanged.
Please note that the new web site will not be compatible with Internet Explorer 8 or earlier, so if you are running Windows XP you might consider using a more modern browser such as Chrome or Firefox.



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