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How did the School face the challenges of being closed for 5 years during WW2?

School Archivist Clive Bartram has put together an online assembly about the adversities that FHS faced during the Second World War.
FHS closed for 5 years during WW2. How did we prepare for its reopening? School Archivist Clive Bartram reveals the school's resilience in the face of adversity during his morning assembly: https://youtu.be/aGNDqTZ56Qk

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