Attention: You are using an outdated browser, device or you do not have the latest version of JavaScript downloaded and so this website may not work as expected. Please download the latest software or switch device to avoid further issues.

News > School News > The Alliss Building

The Alliss Building

Amidst a sea of flag waving children the Chair of Governors, Jackie Alliss, officially opened the new Lower School building which is named after her.

To read this story

Similar stories

Owen Riddett 1953-78

Win a bottle of Veuve Clicquot

Share your memories for a chance to win a bottle of Veuve Clicquot and some fabulous St. Ed's goodies. More...

The Alliss Classrooms
Time for Change

The Lower School is thrilled with their new classrooms with views across the sports pitches. Whilst St Edmund's continue… More...

John Audley Hardwick, 30th January 1928 - 20th September 2018

The school received sad news last week when we heard of the death of John Hardwick, his son Christopher writing to tell … More...

Reunion Group 2018
Reunion 2018

A mix of generations returned to school on a sunny, Saturday afternoon in September for a trip down memory lane. More...

Tony Pull June 2018
An Interview with Tony Pull

Five question interview with Tony Pull, Headmaster at St. Edmund's 1979 -1991 More...

Most read

Owen Riddett 1953-78
Win a bottle of Veuve Clicquot

Share your memories for a chance to win a bottle of Veuve Clicquot and some fabulous St. Ed's goodies. More...

William McCreadie - Sword of Honour
Sword of Honour Awarded

William McCreadie awarded Sword of Honour from Sandhurst.. More...

Nicholas in front of the classroom block named after his father.
Nicholas Dimbleby and St Ed's Art

Nicholas Dimbleby (OSE, 1956-60) returned to St Edmund's where he was first inspired by his Art teacher who kindled in him a passion for the subject w… More...

This website is powered by
ToucanTech