Lichfield Live have reported an exciting school history project being run by our school – click here for article.

We are calling out for help from local families to help gather and collate documents and photographs related to the school’s long history.

We are requesting originals or scanned copies so that the history of the school is not lost, and the thousands of students who have passed through the school’s doors, at the various school sites, will know that their experience and journey is being retained.

The documents could include reports, letters, magazines, or school-work, whilst the photos could be formal school ones, or informal snaps like those taken on the first day of ‘big school’. It could even simply be memories and anecdotes that would be good to share.

Our school has a rich history, and was founded back in the nineteenth-century when it was originally opened as a high school for girls, so hopefully this project will secure the story.

It will certainly be a good project for the students and there are potential options of an online record or an exhibition so we will see where this leads us to.

Matt Allman, Headteacher, added: “If you have any documents and photographs to contribute please email them to or drop them in at school reception -ideally alongside your contact details.”