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  1. Battersea Grammar School. Coordinates: 51.435°N 0.138°W. Battersea Grammar School was a Voluntary-Controlled Secondary Grammar School in South London. It was established in Battersea in 1875 by the Sir Walter St John Trust and moved to larger premises in Streatham in 1936.

  2. BGS History – Battersea Grammar School. A brief history of Battersea Grammar School 1700 – 1977. Click here for the time line. The founding of the school. The St Johns came to England with the Conqueror. They featured in the Crusades, the English Civil War (on both sides) and the Ulster Plantations.

  3. Battersea Grammar School – 1936. Welcome to the Old Grammarians’ web site. This was first set up to celebrate the. centenary of the Battersea Grammar School Old Boys’ association. The Old Grammarians’. Association was founded on 16 July 1902 to enable old grammarians to maintain contact.

  4. The Best Days of Our lives (maybe) See the Old Grammarians website

  5. 15 de nov. de 2012 · 5.8K views 10 years ago. From Wandsworth Heritage Service comes a film about Battersea Grammar School, a boys school with around 600 pupils. The tour takes in the auditorium, the library,...

  6. After the return to Battersea, the school became Sir Walter St John's Grammar School. It was situated on Battersea High Street, next to the Thames, off the B305 and next to the Royal Academy of Dance. It had around 500 boys with a three-form entry. The school lay in the parish of St Mary's Church, Battersea. Comprehensive

  7. OGA History. To mark the centenary of the Battersea Grammar School Old Boys’ Association this history of the OGA has been compiled from references to old grammarian activity in the Battersea Grammar School magazines, from the Old Grammarian magazines and from other documents such as the OGA executive Minute books, various programmes and ...