We have some information about the history of our school, and have recorded it here. If you know anything more, please contact the school office so we can update this page. Thank you.

St Stephen Primary School, Vansittart Road, was established about 1875. This later became Clewer St Stephen School. There was also St Stephen College (run by the sisters of St John Baptist in Hatch Lane) on Vansittart Road, and information about this is available from one of the St Stephen Church wardens

On 1906 a school was built on Vansittart Road for Princess Margaret Rose School, a senior girls' school.

At that time Holy Trinity Primary School was in Alma Road. (Hunter's Mews in now on the site)

In 1978 St Stephen School merged with Holy Trinity School; the two schools combined to become Trinity St Stephen FIrst School. This new school moved into the Princess Margaret Rose site. (PMR school moved to the Wood Close site in Windsor. This has subsequently become Trevelyan Middle School)

Historical pupils' records have been transferred to the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead archives either at the Town Hall in Maidenhead or in Reading. Historical church records may be available from St Stephen's Church (i.e.the baptism registers from 1912.)

 

This photo was of the St Stephen Schhol Football Eleven for the 1899-1900 season




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