Collections Learning school workshop: in focus The Chronicle, January 24, 1941 Did Adolf Hitler actually address the boys of Eton in their own newspaper? No – it was the humorous ramblings of an anonymous boy, but the bombing the author referred to was only too real. Bomb damage, Upper School. Photograph by an Eton boy... Continue Reading →
Every year in November Eton College celebrates St Andrew’s Day with an open day for the families of the students to come and see various events and activities at the school. One of the key events on St Andrew’s Day is the Wall Game match between Collegers (King's Scholars) and Oppidans (the rest of the... Continue Reading →
For our last blog of 2018 we have brought together a series of late 19th and early 20th century images of winter at Eton from the Photographic Archive. Wishing you a very Merry Christmas!
To celebrate the long-awaited arrival of Spring, we have woven together some objects from the collections in a wreath for Flora, goddess of the season. We include some prints by the Suffolk artist J.G. Lubbock. Here's to the warmer weather!
Welcome to our final blog of the Michaelmas half! We've chosen twelve of our favourite seasonal objects from the Collections, for your festive enjoyment. Merry Christmas!