School's long history celebrated
On October 3rd and in a service which happens every year at Holybourne Church, Year 7 students remembered their founder, a local farmer named John Eggar.
Under a Trust Deed dated 21st March 1638, Eggar realised his idea of providing a school to serve the needs of its community. The first Head Teacher was appointed in 1642 – the date that appears on the school badge and which is proudly displayed on the current Eggar’s School blazer.
The Year 7's walked in a crocodile to Holybourne (another tradition of the day) and then enjoyed a lovely service led by the Reverend Chris Bradish. The whole service helped the students really appreciate the long history of their new school.
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Jim McKell ... is one of the best! The Hampshire Education Awards took place on October 7 and Jim was shortlisted for the Governance Award. We congratulate him and celebrate his 20 years of dedicated service. https://t.co/CT1vF9laCk https://t.co/HSepecqD8R 8:02 PM - 13 Oct 2021
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