The Henrician, 2013 Edition
Each Summer, we publish a chronicle of Prince Henry’s school year – The Henrician. Within its pages, we seek to capture a flavour of the many activities which take place during the year, as well as featuring a few examples of creative work produced by our students.
The magazine has steadily evolved during its history, and the 2013 edition sees another significant step in its development, as we are pleased to introduce The Henrician in a full colour format which is available either as a printed copy or as a digitally enhanced version which can be viewed on our website. I would urge you to look at the digital version, as this contains the full content of the printed edition, plus links from some articles to extended features (with, in some cases, video clips) which appeared on the website during the course of the year. If you would like a printed copy of The Henrician, please contact the school office – 01386 765588 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Finally, to show just how much The Henrician – and Prince Henry’s High School – has evolved, I came across an archive of past copies which date back to the very first edition. This was published at Easter 1924, when we were called Prince Henry’s Grammar School, Dr Rennie Haselhurst was Headmaster and there were only 300 students and less than 20 members of staff. How times have changed! To see a copy of this first edition, please click here.
Dr Tony Evans, Headteacher