Welcome to the Elliottonian Web Site

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Welcome to the Elliottonian Web Site. This site is here to complement the Elliott School's 'E Group' and for the enjoyment of anyone who was associated with the school. This may include Teachers, Pupils and Staff. Although the Elliott School most of us knew was  located at Putney (for over fifty years), its roots lay in Southfields and are over one hundred years old.

We have resisted the temptation to present a 'flashy' web site, opting instead for an easy to follow, link driven layout. Below you will find links to the relevant sections of the site, these may be further divided depending on content.

Please always check the news section to see what may or may not be happening regarding reunions etc. The rest of the website is very large (there is a lot of pictures and some quite long videos), so please bookmark the site and come back often. Lastly we always are looking for old school pictures, publications, etc. so please think of us next time you are up in the loft. 


Main Menu
Form Pictures 
(This section needs your help)
Lots of Elliott Pictures and some Art
(a very large collection but always room for more)
Elliott  Videos
(moving images in all senses)
Event and General News
(Catch up on any news)
School Reference  Section
(very large includes notable pupils. teacher lists, etc.)
People's Recollections
(What do you recall about your time)
Tell us about yourself? Some Elliott Publications
(school magazines over the years - more needed)
Elliott Related Links


  You can also use this comprehensive Search Tool, to look for items (or people) on the site.

This website has a growing collection of image, if anyone wants their image / name removed they should contact us below

The website is Hosted by Zubair Khatri (Pupil 1979-84) http://www.qi2.co.uk/

 It was designed and is maintained by Andy Lambert (Pupil 1958-63) with much help and guidance from Edmund Hodges (Teacher 1958-85)

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