Troubador Publishing Ltd, Jan 1, 2007 - Great Britain - 113 pages
The opening of the Percy Jackson Grammar School in 1939 coincided with the onset of the Second World War. This is a record of three decades of school life, from the opening of a state grammar school in 1939 until its conversion to a comprehensive in 1968.
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