Greenhill Grammar school, Oldham

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T H E     G R E E N H I L L I A N  

 

 

No. 3  December 1954

 

 

The Magazine of

GREENHILL GRAMMAR SCHOOL

OLDHAM

 


Editor:
PATRICIA M. GREENALL

Business Manager:
ANGUS TAYLOR

Committee:
J. FISHER
A. HOLT
A. TAYLOR
JOAN SCHOLEFIELD
MARGARET J. SEVILLE

 

 


Editorial

 

Although this is but the third edition of the "Greenhillian," the school itself is considerably older than this.  We have, in fact, with the commencement of this term, completed one "life cycle" of seven years, the first pupils in the school having passed from the first form to the Upper Sixth.
This does not by any standards make us an ancient institution but we are beginning to feel established.  We have savoured the triumph of our first State Scholarship, and the first University entrants from Greenhill have started their courses, and we hope to publish letters from them in future issues of the magazine.

We had hoped for rather more contributions than we have received especially from the Middle and Upper School.  This is, as a notable school personality remarked recently, "your magazine" and I appeal to you to help to make it a success in the future.

Although the name "Greenhillian" has served us well in the past we feel that it could possibly be improved, and think that you may help us in this respect.  It is hoped soon to arrange to receive your suggestions.

For better or worse, "Greenhillian" will adorn the cover of this third edition, and so on behalf of the Committee, may I say - step this way ladies and gentlemen, foV here we present for (I hope) your pleasure, the latest issue of your magazine!