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Celebrations have begun at Westcliff High School for Girls as they have just welcomed in their 100th intake of Year 7 pupils, kicking off an exciting year of centenary celebrations to mark 100 years since it was founded.
“Celebrating 100 years of a school’s life is a momentous occasion and one which we are inviting the whole school community to get involved with” said headteacher Dr Hayman.
“We have a number of events for current pupils, their families and staff to enjoy and we are also urging any past pupils to get in touch so that they can be part of our exciting celebrations and come back to see how the school has changed .”
In addition to their programme of events, local historian and past pupil Judith Williams is writing a book to commemorate the centenary and would welcome contributions from past pupils.
To submit any interesting photos, anecdotes or memories you would like to share, simply visit www.whsg.info/1554/alumni-1