If you have additional information, ephemera or photographs concerning this period (1930-1985)  which you are prepared to share, please contact me.


If you were a pupil or member of staff  and have memories of Pancake Lane School you are prepared to share, please complete and submit the form below.  Click here to read any submissions to date.
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Cuffley Camp June 1985
Class 2 went to Cuffley camp
from 29th June to 1st July.

The project on the history of the school, undertaken during the final two termsof the school, was looking at the total history of the school, including its 90 years on the original site in Bedmond Road.  Numerous past pupils and staff visited the school to talk to the children and give them their reminiscences, and some of these were recorded and incorporated in the booklet which was later produced.  The children themselves wrote poems and articles about the history of the school, which were also incorporated in the booklet.  Shown here are the pages from the finished A5 booklet, excluding those articles reproduced in full or fully transcribed on the main school webpage.  Local artist, and father of one of the pupils, Colin Hall, designed the covers.
The School History Project
The End of an Era
The Hemel Hempstead Gazette contributed virtually a whole page on the history of the school, and The Victorian Open Day.  It is shown below in sections, together with another cutting.
The Victorian Open Day
If you have additional information, ephemera or photographs concerning this period (1930-1985)  which you are prepared to share, please contact me.


If you were a pupil or member of staff  and have memories of Pancake Lane School you are prepared to share, please complete and submit the form below.  Click here to read any submissions to date.
Countdown to Closure
Cuffley Camp June 1985
Class 2 went to Cuffley camp
from 29th June to 1st July.

The project on the history of the school, undertaken during the final two termsof the school, was looking at the total history of the school, including its 90 years on the original site in Bedmond Road.  Numerous past pupils and staff visited the school to talk to the children and give them their reminiscences, and some of these were recorded and incorporated in the booklet which was later produced.  The children themselves wrote poems and articles about the history of the school, which were also incorporated in the booklet.  Shown here are the pages from the finished A5 booklet, excluding those articles reproduced in full or fully transcribed on the main school webpage.  Local artist, and father of one of the pupils, Colin Hall, designed the covers.
The School History Project
The End of an Era
The Hemel Hempstead Gazette contributed virtually a whole page on the history of the school, and The Victorian Open Day.  It is shown below in sections, together with another cutting.
The Victorian Open Day
THE LEVERSTOCK GREEN CHRONICLE
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