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BSN Communications wrote: A Concierge in a Million
Joop van der Zwan (Concierge at the BSN 1966-2001): another wonderful (his) story by Mike Weston, BSN school archivist A couple of months ago, in April, Simon Brooks and Kathy Moore held a party to celebrate their 30 years of living in The Nether (More)
BSN Communications wrote: 40 Years of SSV
Written by Mr Mike Weston, school archivist and historical detective. In 1972, when I first arrived in Holland, the so-called English School of The Hague was in three divisions – Junior, Middle and Senior – housed in various premises scatte (More)
BSN Communications wrote: A New Home and some Important Visitors
Written by Mr Mike Weston, school archivist and historical detective. It is the spring of 1956 and the two Co-principals of the English School of The Hague, Nancy Macdona and Peg Donaldson, are worried. They have just withdrawn their school from (More)
BSN Communications wrote: A British Declaration of Independence
Written by Mr Mike Weston, school archivist and historical detective. I think it will be fairly evident why I have chosen this particular moment in time to post the latest blog from the school archives; however that does not mean that the blog in (More)
BSN Communications wrote: The Dream of three Ladies
Some years ago, when writing a book about the early years of the British School in The Netherlands entitled The English School at The Hague 1931-71, I had as a sub-title The Dream of three Ladies.  The first part of the title is clear enough but for (More)