The honours boards in the Assembly Hall were really a central focus of the school. Most of us would never expect to have our names painted in neat gold, but we all remember the boards. Whether it was a moment of inattention during assembly, or while seeking inspiration during an examination, we all looked at those names.
Now, so many years after the school closed, we are very grateful that the successors to BHCHS in Roding Lane - Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College - were willing to retain the original honours boards.
All the following photos were taken by Ken Bray (BHCHS 1940-45). Click on image for a larger version.
|Head Prefect - after 1964 the prefect system was abolished and replaced by a Sixth Form Council||"Chapman Cup" for inter-house sports. The house system was not entirely abolished after 1973 but used only for athletics competitions||The "Sargent Cup" - sportsman of the year|
|Scholarship awards 1945-49||Scholarship awards 1949-51||Scholarship awards 1951-55|
|Scholarship awards 1958-63||Scholarship awards 1963-68||Scholarship awards 1968-77|
|Scholarship awards 1978-83||Mallinson Cup - awarded to the boy with the best record of service to the school|
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