Updated January '18

Document Description and Hyperlink Contributor file size
1946 - A Multilateral School
Council Meeting report
Harrow Observer 120KB (pdf)
My schooling at Blackwell - and before (at The ‘Camp’)
Marion Iwaszko (née Moore)3KB
1950-52 - Mini-memoir
Chris, born in 1936, transferred from Chandos to a Backwell-run Commercial Course
Chris Harrington4KB
Form photos and class lists from 1957-58Keith Salmon 1MB
From deep within the dungeons of her Devonshire retreat, Anne née Moxley (Blackwell, 1953-'58) has recovered some of her school memorabilia from the mid-'50s Anne Pringle  
1959 - Swimming Pool Inauguration reportHarrow Observer  

The Blackwell School Magazine

[Page-pairs are scanned at 400dpi and uploaded as ‘pdf’ files - you may need to install Adobe 'Reader' (free of charge) to view them.  Photographs, printed in the magazines as ‘half-tone’, have been scanned, then slightly blurred to a true grey-scale - to minimise artifacts when displayed on a screen.]

1961 July (Vol 1)
Pages: 1, 2-3, 4-5, 6-7, 8-9, 10-11, 12-13, 14-15, 16-17 (GCE results), 18-19, 20-21, 22-23, 24-25, Team Photos: 34-35, 36-37, 38-39, 40-41,
Ray Jenkinsc. 150KB each
(photographs c. 400KB)
1962 July (Vol 2)
Pages: 0-1 (Staff list and Editorial), 2-3, 4-5, 6-7, 8-9, 10-11, 12-13, 14-15, 16-17, 18-19, 20-21, 22-23, 28-29 (Netball Team), 34-35 (Basketball Team, GCE results), …
Ray Jenkinsc. 160KB each
1969 July Meccano Magazine
A report on the 'Car Driving' tuition experiment.
MM - p.343 'Collectors Corner' 350KB

Programme of Blackwell's Christmas '61 production of 'Where The Rainbow Ends'

Outer page-pair, inner page-pair.

"Where the Rainbow Ends was originally a stage play with a great deal of incidental music; it was then turned into a book, and a very attractive edition was produced in the early 1920s, published by Hodder and Stoughton, with illustrations by Leo Bates.

The play was first performed at the Savoy Theatre in December 1911, and a young Noel Coward was in the cast.  Following the success of the play - which ran every Christmas, professionally, until 1959 - the producer of the children, Italia Conti, was persuaded to set up a stage school, which still exists.
Many of the stalwarts of the British acting world - Jack Hawkins, Clive Dunn, and many, many others - appeared in 'Rainbow' at some time or other.  It was staged at the Holborn Empire until that theatre was bombed during the war, and it toured extensively." - VL

If there are any general questions about "Rainbow",  Valerie, an authority on the subject, will be delighted to answer them - "Contact me".

Dr. Valerie Langfield
(who found the Programme on eBay)
c.150KB each (gif)
1997 Reunion cutting from Observer - featuring Doreen MitchellChris Harrington 950KB (jpg)
The School Song Sheila Cripps