Archive

Brooke House in the days it was still called 'The Elms', and was being used as a convent (Convent of the Nativity). Note the ivy has now gone and the height of the Araucaria is much shorter than it is today.

What we now call the piano room, and is used as an overspill to the main dining room, was the convent's chapel.

A sideways view of the Georgian entrance to Brooke House. Again, note the size of the Araucaria tree compared to today.

The first ever school photograph. How many of our alumni can remember this photograph being taken? Do you have any other historical photographs of our early days and stories to tell of our history? Please get in touch so that we can share the stories and bring alumni together