Students outside one of the 'temporary buildings' in the 1960s.
The General Election in October 1959 caused great excitement and activity in the country as a whole, and this was reflected in the mock election which was held at the school.
The stage in the hall was arranged as for a proper election. Special ballot forms and boxes had been printed for the occasion and the correct number of Sixth Form officials were on duty.
Voting continued throughout the day, and, finally the whole election was over, except for the results. The Conservatives had won the seat, closely followed by the Labour party. The Liberals were third and the Independents fourth.
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Old Girls' News
Jean Goodman PhD has been appointed Assistant Lecturer in Zoology in the University of London.
Kay Fisher is at the Royal Academy of Music.
Margaret Rabnott is at the Royal Aircraft Establishment at Farnborough. She is attached to the Guided Weapon Department.
Mary Barry (nee Drinkwater) has been appointed to teach English at Denmark Road.
Kathleen Gardiner is Vice-Consul at the British Embassy in New York.
Frances Worrall, after gaining a First in Classics at London University is going to Girton College, Cambridge to study Theology.
Brenda Thomas has qualified as an Occupational Therapist and is working at St James' Hospital, Gravesend.
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