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FHS Magazine 2019-20 available to buy

Our special-edition school magazine is unique as this year it's divided into two sections
18 Nov 2020
School News

The 2019-20 edition of the school magazine is a wonderful compilation and celebration of the girls' achievements, packed with photos, events and articles.

This is our annual 139th school magazine and unique in that it is designed in two parts, with two covers separating articles relating to pre-lockdown and post!  The magazine therefore is rather different from previous years and amazingly, thanks to the creativity of the staff and girls, we managed to put together a magazine of very similar length to last year. 

There is an entire section dedicated to alumni in both parts of the magazine, so if you would like your own copy, please take advantage of the Old Girls' special offer price of £10 by contacting Claire Brazer by email: alumni@fhs-sw1.org.uk 

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