This article goes through the three specially-built science blocks at the school. The section on the second one, built in the 1950s is reasonably long, but the sections on the other two, and in particular the latest one, built in 2002, are a bit sketchy. If you have anything to add, and particularly a photo of the latest science block, that would be great.
I’m cheating here, because the article has been there for some time, but I have added a bit to it. It was once the headmaster’s house, and has been used as sixth form classrooms and masters’ accommodation. Now it’s nothing to do with the school, it’s the smart 19th century house (now flats once again) near the South End entrance to the school yard.
As always, I drifted away from my main aim and this time wrote a brief article about Frederick Ralph Bozeat, a former student of BGS who designed the school’s 1950s science block, now demolished.
I hope you enjoy these new articles and please correct or add to them if you wish.