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History of the Town Bow and Bow Property

Wednesday, July 7th, 2010

Even now, the centre of bow remains as a bow church. Especially, the bridge besides river lee is a four lane flyover. It has both the black wall tunnel and lee approach below the flyover. Its high street has large post-war housing and few shops that are located in the south. However, history of the town bow says that, during 1556, from new gate countless natives were brought to this place by cart. During English reformation, they were being burned at stake, which is in front of the bow church.  However, in seventeenth century, bow became famous for goose fair that is held after the Pentecost.

After some time, it degenerated and fascinated lose women and drunken crowds. Later in the middle of nineteenth century, the authorities have banned the fair. Bow is one of the most famous areas in London. It is located at the distance of 7.4km to the east of charring cross and is a major part of its eastern end. According to the history of the town bow during the nineteenth century, it saw the success of fine pottery works. In bow, the porcelain works are eminent as bow porcelain. At the end of the nineteenth century, this industry completely disappeared. Nevertheless, now every apartment and property in bow is becoming UK’s foremost market source for property.

History of the town bow is mostly related to the porcelain works. But now, these are replaced by increasing factories, especially after the industrial revolution. Among these some of the factories were may match factory and Bryant factory.  Accidently, the May factory and Bryant factory was closed in 1979. This has been converted to flats. These flats are prominent as bow quarter. Some of its areas like brthnal green, shore ditch, and white chapel are too expensive for many individuals. However, for many people bow is one of the most desirable places in London. Therefore, many people are trying to buy flat or property in bow.

Enlighten your children with St. Albans school

Thursday, January 7th, 2010

St. Albans School is one of the oldest schools in Europe. This school has been here for over thousand years and has been helping the people of this place to enrich their lives with education. This school is an independent day school and is a co-ed school. Boys can enter the school at the age of 11, 13, 16 and girls at the age of 16. There are about 770 students in total who are taught by about 70 teaching staff. This way the student teacher ratio is better. This school is located near St. Abbey church. This school is not a religious institution and encourages students from all religion.

The school is divided into three parts:  the lower section which has students between the age group of 7 to 8, the middle section with students between years 9 to 11 and the sixth form with students between 12 – 13. The school conducts examination at GCSE, AS and A2 levels. Career counseling is also given in this school. The school’s regularly updates its curriculum so that students are ahead with latest techniques. Subjects that are taught here are English, Mathematics, French, Science, History, Economics, Geography, Spanish, Latin and many more.

The sports complex helps students develop their physical health. All kinds of sports activities are encouraged here and students actively take part in sports. Teachers give extra classes too for students who need extra help with their subjects. Other extra curricular activities such as dance, drama, elocution are also encouraged and the staffs are very friendly and cooperative. Even though the school is very old the infrastructure is updated regularly and students get medical checkups too which is an important school activity.