Heritage – KLS role during the second World War

As our centenary approaches (2024) we’ve started reminiscing about what we’ve been up to over the last 98 years and counting. We’ve been looking back through our archives and found the following.

Local historian, Sean Crieghton, wrote the Settlement’s history covering c.1880-2000. From his research a variety of teaching materials were devised. This one below was created by teachers from Francis Holland School. Fun Fact: FHS was the school Katherine Low went to! Their Headmistress at the time, Katrine Baird, helped set us up and became our first Chair of Trustees in 1924. We still have a great relationship with the school.

This article, from one of our Annual Reviews, focuses on KLS role during the second World War.

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