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Subjects term Scope note Objects count People & Organisations count
350th Anniversary 3 0
A Man for all Seasons, 1969 6 0
Adventure Stories, 1970 1 0
Androcles and the Lion, 1957 1 0
Anniversaries (1) 0 0
Arms and the Man, 1934 1 0
Athletics 4 0
Billy Budd, 1968 2 0
Broughton 0 0
Career 0 0
Career's Advice 4 0
Communism 2 0
Coriolanus, 1949 2 0
Covid-19 1 0
Cricket 5 0
Dr. Knock, 1948 1 0
Elizabethan (school magazine) 2 1
Football 4 0
Founder's Day 7 0
Founding of the School in 1573 (1) 1 0
Harrisons' 1 2
Harvest Camps
  • The shortage of farm labour during the war, especially acute at harvest time, was a problem. The Ministry asked schools to provide labour by organising Harvest Camps. It provided the necessary equipment and paid the schoolchildren a wage. In wartime much of the coast was out of bounds, beaches were covered with anti-tank devices, and many of the hotels were requisitioned for military use. To go on a Harvest Camp, one applied to the Ministry of Agriculture, which would subsequently send out a list of camps. Harvest Camps were part of the wider Dig for Victory campaign. From 1940 to 1945 groups of senior boys from Queen Elizabeth's volunteered each summer for harvest camps in the Stevenage area. Each camp lasted about a month with around 70 senior pupils attending along with several masters and adult volunteers.
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Julius Caesar, 1959 4 0
King Henry the Fourth (part 1), 1953 3 0
Leicester 0 0
Macbeth, 1936 3 0
Mr. Bolfry, 1954 5 0
Nightmare Abbey, 1958 2 0
One Way Pendulum, 1964 2 0
Pearce 0 1
Pygmalion, 1951 10 0
Richard of Bordeaux, 1935 3 0
Romanoff and Juliet, 1960 2 0
Royal Charter 1 0
Rugby 5 0
Saint Joan, 1963 1 0
Satire 2 0
School Houses (6) 1 3
School Plays (29) 0 0
Science 1 0
She Stoops to Conquer, 1962 1 0
Sims, Miss D. E. 0 0
Sports (5) 2 0
Stapylton 0 0
Swimming 1 0
The Critic, 1955 2 0
The Devil's Disciple, 1947 2 0
The Dover Road, 1938 2 0
The Firstborn, 1956 1 0
The Imaginary Invalid, 1967 2 0
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