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In the beginning, there was not much to see of Christ's College: "A room in the immigrants' barracks, about twelve feet square, very roughly whitewashed, with a small table and a few wooden stools, as far as I remember, for its furniture, was the first College Lecture-room. A similar room of somewhat larger dimensions was allocated for the Grammar School" wrote Henry Jacobs, Headmaster 1850-1863.

Uddaka Wijesinghe - What College means to me

10 Sep 2019

Without a scholarship, Uddaka Wijesinghe would not have been able to come to College, and that is something he will never forget.

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Donors invited to special thank you event

10 Sep 2019

We were thrilled to host our For the Boys. For our Future. campaign donors at a recent stewarding event in the College Board Room.

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Teddy Tahu Rhodes – What College means to me

10 Sep 2019

Standing on the Quad on my last day at College, I overheard [Director of Music] Bob Field-Dodgson say to my mother I could make a career out of music one day.

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Afternoon tea in the completed Dining Hall Gallery

10 Sep 2019

On Saturday 16 February some of our 2018 Annual Appeal donors joined Executive Principal Garth Wynne and Board Chair Dr Ian Town in the Dining Hall for afternoon tea.

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Sir Miles Warren – A fruitful and solid relationship

10 Sep 2019

Christ’s College was always the “favourite client” of architects Warren and Mahoney, and the relationship between Old Boy Sir Miles Warren and the school remains as solid today as ever.

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Bruce Carey – Leaving a legacy

10 Sep 2019

Old Boy Bruce Carey (4841), aged 92, has kindly made provision in his will for Christ’s College – through making a bequest.

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"On the Couch" with our sponsors

10 Sep 2019

Executive Principal Garth Wynne opened the annual Christ’s College sponsorship event on a late summer sunny evening, by thanking our sponsors for their support and generosity in 2018 and welcoming...

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