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Lucy Inglis – King’s College School Wimbledon

24/12/2020

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Lucy Inglis, School Archivist for King's College School Wimbledon, talks about her role in preserving and collecting the history of the school.

With many Alumni feeling a close connection to the College, the archive provides a valuable resource of photos, programs and past Chronicles. Lucy discusses her ideas for opening up the archive to a wider audience and engaging current students in learning about those who came before them.

Links

Website: www.kcs.org.uk/useful-information/the-schools-history-and-archive

Twitter: @KCSArchive

Lucy Inglis – King’s College School Wimbledon

Lucy Inglis, School Archivist for King's College School Wimbledon, talks about her role in preserving and collecting the history of the school.

With many Alumni feeling a close connection to the College, the archive provides a valuable resource of photos, programs and past Chronicles. Lucy discusses her ideas for opening up the archive to a wider audience and engaging current students in learning about those who came before them.

Links

Website: www.kcs.org.uk/useful-information/the-schools-history-and-archive

Twitter: @KCSArchive

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