2020 marks 75 years since the end of the Second World War. To commemorate this important year, the NSW Government is interviewing WWII veterans about their experiences. Read our 75th Anniversary Stories.
This stained glass memorial window is a prominent feature within the main building at Fort Street Public School. It consists of 14 sections featuring: St John holding a dove and green quill; St George; the Fort Street Public School crest; a quote from St John's Gospel, Chapter 15, Verse 13 ('Greater Love Hath No Man'); and the dedication inscription.
The window is noted to have been designed by Mr and Mrs Ashwin.
Erected to the memory
of the men and women
from Fort St Primary
School Who served
and died in two
Fort Street Primary School
This War Memorial Window was unveiled by the
Hon RJ Heffron MLA
Deputy Premier & Minister for Education
24th November 1958
Dr HS Wyndham MA Dip Ed Director General of Education
B McKervey BA HDA, LASA, LTDA Principal
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