Patcham Fawcett School

Photographed prior to demolition

By Derek Neal

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Photo:H block from the swimming pool entrance

H block from the swimming pool entrance

Photo by Derek Neal

This page was added on 21/08/2011.
Comments about this page

Fascinated to find these photographs, they bring back fond memories as I particularly liked the open planned nature of the school buildings. Everything felt so light and airy compared to the Victorian schools elsewhere. Surprised to see that very little (if anything) had been changed during the life of the school.

By David Scott (13/11/2011)

The room on the first floor is the old 3C classroom. Mr Wallington was the form master. It was also the Truleigh house room. Mr. Wallington was the housemaster. I have posted a photo of 3C in 1967/8 on Friends Re-united.

By Richard J. Szypulski (17/02/2013)

I remember this used to be the canteen on the top floor. My friend kicked a basketball through one of those windows. Funny now, but not at the time!

By Paul Thompson (15/11/2015)

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