Entries by Mark Harrison

from Phil Harding – RIP Lord Imbert

Just received the sad news from our President that old boy Peter Imbert, Lord Imbert of New Romney, passed away earlier today at the age of 84. Peter Imbert was a retired Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police and a Governor of the School for several years. photo – https://www.facebook.com/groups/oldharveians/

Old Harveians Annual Dinner 2017

OHA Annual Dinner 2017. 02 December at the school. Courtesy of the Old Harveians Association, an invitation is extended to ALL old Harveians, not just OHA members. So relive old memories, catch up with old friends, get a reunion together, meet your teachers! Booking Form and Menu attached. For further information contact Phil Harding philksfa@gmail.com […]

Dick Young tribute to Ted Pryor

The attached tribute to Ted given by Dick Young at last week’s funeral Ted Pryor HGS 1952-1987 I first met Ted when I joined his department at Harvey G S in 1964 and we worked harmoniously together until his retirement in 1987. He was a very good teacher, excellent Head of Department popular with both […]

Folkestone pupils pick up GCSE results

Harvey Grammar School heaped praise on a number of its high achievers, including Laurie Smith, who took his GCSE exams when he was just 14. Laurie Smith was just 14 when he he sat his exams to get Harvey Grammar’s best set of GCSEs He achieved level 9s in maths and English and straight A*s […]

Audrey Wind – WW2 codebreaker

Folkestone woman, 92, who was one of Britain’s last codebreakers in war against the Nazis has died aged 92 A secret codebreaker from Folkestone who helped shorten the Second World War has died aged 92. Audrey Wind was one of the country’s last remaining codebreakers who helped crack the Nazi Enigma code and intercepted Hitler’s […]

RIP Audrey Wind

More sad news – just heard from an old boy that Audrey Wind has passed away. Audrey worked at the school from 1948 until 1985 and was then a regular at the Annual Dinners until very recently. RIP

RIP Ted Pryor

From Phil Harding… Just received the sad news that Ted Pryor, long-serving Head of French, has passed away. Dick Young e-mailed me with the news. He thinks that Ted was 93.