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School Clerk's records



Administrative / Biographical history

The post of School Clerk was created by Dr Warre when he became Head Master in 1884. Prior to the creation of this post, the Head Master's butler had undertaken certain duties on behalf of the Head Master, but the increase in the school led to the need for a proper clerk. The first appointment was Sgt-Major Charles Osborn, who had been Sergeant Instructor of the Corps. He was to be paid £100 p.a. out of the Entrance Fee Fund.

Following the retirement of Les Cross in 2003, who had overseen a growth in the work and staff of School Office, the post became School Office Manager, with the role of Registrar added.


1878 -

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There is a memorial board to the holders of the position in School Office.
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