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School History

The History of Glyn School

The modern school that is Glyn today has developed from the humblest of beginnings. The following chapters attempt to summarise the first few decades in the school's history.

Section 1 - The Foundation Years

Section 2 - Moving On

Section 3 - The War Years

With thanks to Mr Proctor for the fantastic work he has done on the above documents, outlining the history of the school.

 

Remembering the 32 Glyn Old Boys who died in conflict

Mr Proctor and Mr Summers have researched the stories of the 32 Glyn Old Boys who have died in conflict. Please click here to read about their short lives:

The 32 Glyn Old Boys

Mr Summers is undertaking further research into the individual stories of the 32 Old Boys. Shown below are those Old Boys for whom an account has been written, and we will continue to add further accounts as soon as possible:

Eric John Richards

Wilfred Kenneth Ashworth

 

Mr F L Clark - Glyn School's First Headmaster

Mr Summers has researched the history of Mr F L Clark and his impact on Glyn School before, during and after World War One. Please click here to read this fascinating and moving account:

Mr Fl Clark, Glyn School and World War One