Peterborough County Grammar School for Girls
|Motto||Non sibi sed deo et alteri
Not for ourselves, but for God and others
|Headteacher||Miss Kate Wragge (1904-1936)
Miss Vail (1936-1946)
Miss Mona Mathews (1946-1969)
Mrs Pat Halliday (1969-74)
Mr Tom Martin (acting head) (Sept-Dec 1974)
Miss Rosamund Roberts (Jan 1975-82)
|Chair||Dr Jack Hunt|
|Local authority||Soke of Peterborough County Council/Huntingdon and Peterborough County Council/Cambridgeshire|
|Houses||Gordon, Kitchener, Marlborough, Nelson, Sidney, Wellington
From 1956 - Burghley, Deene, Kirby, Milton
|Website||Peterborough County Grammar School|
Peterborough County School for Girls
The school which was to become Peterborough County Grammar School for Girls opened on September 17, 1904 as a Pupil Teachers Training Centre in four rooms of the County Technical School in Broadway, with Miss Wragge as Headmistress.
In 1907, the school became Peterborough Girls Secondary School and moved to Park Road.
In 1911 the school changed its name to Peterborough County School for Girls and a new school building, designed by Annesley Brownrigg, was built on the corner of Lincoln Road (then the A15) and Cobden Avenue, near the junction with Burghley Road.
In 1944 the school became Peterborough County Grammar School, administered by the Peterborough Joint Education Board, later the Peterborough City Education Committee.
The Chairman of the Governors, Dr Jack Hunt, would have a school named after him. The New Hall was built in 1955, and new science labs were built in 1956. National hockey matches were played on the sports pitch.
In 1976, the school changed its name again to Peterborough County Girls School when it became a comprehensive school.
The school buildings were demolished, apart from the caretakers house, and in 1985 the sheltered housing complex Lincoln Gate was built on the site.
- Prof Daphne Jackson OBE, Professor and Head of Department of Physics from 1971-91 at the University of Surrey, and after whom the Daphne Jackson Trust is named
- Phyllis Stedman, Baroness Stedman, of Longthorpe in the City of Peterborough OBE
- Dr Clare Gerada, Chair of the Council of the Royal College of General Practitioners
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