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Monday, September 20, 2010

St George's School


St George's Church of England Primary School lies on Church Street.

When school is out it looks like Fort Knox with all the steel shutters and the high fence. Strong security around schools is alas a feature of the times we live in.

8 comments:

ρομπερτ said...

Still looks lovely for me. Over here there are cameras as well, at least at the private ones.

A great mean to measure time / life indeed. Please have a good new week.

daily athens

Randy said...

Yea, those shutters can damper the beauty of a building. Got to keep the vandels out though. Nice post.

Cezar and Léia said...

Beautiful Church, really lovely.
Here in Luxembourg there is an international school "St. Geroge's School"and the teachers are from England.It's a nice school indeed.

Have a great week,
hugs
Léia

*** next time we will try the fish and chips there okay! :)

Mo said...

How sad that schools have to be fortified rahter than becoming community gathering places

B SQUARED said...

Looks like they are getting quite an education about the world.

christophe said...

Une école qui semble bien sinistre !

Per Stromsjo said...

Security around schools... The distance to Afghanistan may be shorter than we'd like to think.

Rose said...

"St. Georges School " never looked like that when I went there from age five to eleven, I am glad to say it was a lovely school how things have changed.

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