Dame Sybil Thorndyke, along with Erno Goldfinger himself. Yesterday all the children, plus the Mayor of Hammersmith & Fulham - Cllr Frances Stainton, Cllr Helen Binmore and invited guests assembled in the hall to watch an informative and entertaining film, made especially for the children by school governor Andrew Meeson, of twentieth century historian Alan Powers telling us the story of the Greenside mural and the architecture of the school. The school earns the star on its listing because of this exceptional mural by Gordon Cullen, influential artist and architectural illustrator, famed for his book The Concise Townscape.
Gordon Cullen Mural in the context of the Erno Goldfinger building to the benefit of the whole school community and enrich the Learning Environment." Or, you might say, simply to love it again. They have kicked off a campaign to raise funds to renovate the mural that is showing signs of 60 years of wear and tear.
Queen of Hearts, who we met through the Askew Business Network.
James Russell on Tuesday, 24th April in the school hall. There will also be an opportunity to see the film made for the children and to view the mural.