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3000+ PGS past is at your fingertips

13 Jul 2022
Written by John Sadden
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Did you know that OPs and former staff can access over 3,000 photographs from the wonderful school archive? 

And, on every day of the year, another photo is added!

Whether you left the school in the 1930s or just recently, you are sure to find something of interest.

They are searchable and are often accompanied by interesting observations and memories from the PGS community.

Apply to join here PGS Alumni facebook group

(If you'd like to share photographs of your time at the school they are sure to be welcomed and to prompt the memories of other OPs from your era) 

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