The beginnings of West Heath came with a vicar (Revd PB Power MA) and his formidable wife who had four daughters. They lived in a beautiful William and Mary house close to the Thames in London. It was called Abbey Wood and the year was 1865. They decided to educate their offspring themselves, conducted on the religious principles that were dear to them. In addition, a wide range of subjects, with the exception of science, made up the syllabus.
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For many years WHOGA has produced a regular newsletter, written, edited and distributed by a faithful group of Old Girls.
For those who received and treasured this link with the past, it has been a regular source of enjoyment and an unbroken communication with friends from those school years.
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