Comprehensive School was named after one of Nottingham's most
celebrated public figures.
medic, Miss Glen-Bott first came to the city from Bolton as a
house surgeon in 1916. She became the city's first female gynaecologist.
In 1937 she became
a magistrate and in 1939 was elected to Nottingham City Council,
representing Mapperley ward as a Conservative.
She served on
committees concerned with education, health and public libraries
and museums, as well as the Castle Museum and arts and crafts.
In 1956 she was elected as an Alderman of the city.
a consultant gynaecologist and, for 15 years, chairman of Nottingham
No. 3 Hospital Management Committee. She retired in 1968, and
died in 1969.
Her legacy of
excellence and public service lives on in the many students who
passed through the school over nearly 50 years. You can read some
of their stories on this website.
Friends - Feelings
Thanks to Sue Byrne & Rachel Phelps at MGB for inspiration
and Bob McArthur for helping with writing facilitation
& Concept by Helen Whitehead for Kids
on the Net
Funding from Creative Partnerships, Nottingham
authors and Creative Partnerships Nottingham