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St. John's School
Celebrate founder's day with the students of Friern Barnet Grammar School
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Now known as The Dwight School London, the Friern Barnet Grammar School underwent a major revitalization period in the 1970s. This amateur piece of filmmaking first captures heartland garage and a busy florists, before moving on to show the development work and finally founder's day, where students pay their respects to the Reverend Prebendary Frederick Hall MA ofJesus College, Cambridge.
This film is from the collection of Barnet Local Studies and Archives, a member of the London's Screen Archives Network.