CHELTENHAM LADIES' COLLEGE FILMS
1953 CENTENARY FILM
A typical term at the Cheltenham Ladies' College, filmed by members of staff in 1953.
This ambitious, technically proficient and somewhat stiffly narrated production was directed and produced by June Goodfield, then a biology teacher at Cheltenham Ladies' College. She went on to make scientific films and television programmes, as well as writing prolifically - both fiction and non-fiction - and she was also a professor at several American universities during the course of her remarkable career.
It is now available to view by clicking the link below (new link below which can also be seen by Guild members overseas).
CLC - THE 150TH ANNIVERSARY YEAR - 2003/4
Images, thoughts and special moments from events that were part of this historical year in the life of Cheltenham Ladies' College are captured on film.
Interviews and snapshots involving girls, staff, parents and friends of College combine with a feast of memorable highlights from our year of celebration including The Birthday Cake, Gloucester Cathedral Service, The Victorian Party and The Royal Visit.
It is now available to view by clicking the link below.