Pembroke School was established in 1974 through the amalgamation of Girton Girls' School and King's College, a school for boys.
The founding schools were small, neighbouring, independent schools of quality and have a combined history dating back to 1915.
Pembroke School is non-denominational and has a philosophy that is based on Christian principles.
Contexte géographique et culturel
Textes de référence
Pembroke School consists of three campus locations for Junior School, Middle School and Senior School.
The School Archivist office is situated in Middle School, King's Campus.
Gestion des archives courantes et intermédiaires et politiques de collecte
Pembroke School Archives is responsible for the preservation of documents, photographs, textiles, objects and memorabilia connected with the history of Pembroke including our founding schools, Girton and King's College.
Complete set of school publications including those of founding schools
Historical records of past students, sporting honour boards, trophies
Textiles including uniforms from Pembroke, King's and Girton
Videos, CDs and a collection of books.
Material dates from 1915 for Girton, 1924 for King's College and 1974 for Pembroke School.
Instruments de recherche, guides et publications
Davis, J.R. (John Robert), Principles & Pragmatism Volume 1 - A history of Girton and King's College
Davis, J.R. (John Robert), Principles & Pragmatism Volume 2 - A history of Pembroke School, 1974-2010.