[Edmonton County School Old Scholars' Association]

Edmonton County School
Old Scholars' Association

Welcome to the website for the Edmonton County School Old Scholars' Association (ECSOSA). Edmonton County School operates from two sites in the London Borough Of Enfield (former Middlesex Municipal Borough Of Edmonton).

The school was founded in 1919 and the Old Scholars' Association followed just four years later. For most of its history it has been a Secondary school but a Primary phase was added in January 2014 and in September 2016 the Edmonton Academy Trust (now EdAct) was formed.

[The Upper School (former Edmonton County Grammar School) in September 2002.][The Lower School (former Rowantree Secondary Modern) in July 2002.]

The school has gone by the following names over the years:

As Edmonton School the school can also be considered as a successor to Rowantree Secondary Modern, itself opened as a replacement for Raglan Secondary Modern and Croyland Secondary Modern.

This site is here to introduce the association to non-members, to expand the avenues of communication with those Old Boys and Old Girls of Edmonton County School who are members already, and to allow presentation of archive material to a wider audience. Suggestions, comments and corrections are welcomed.

ECSOSA is a voluntary organisation which is NOT funded by the School and which depends on the subscriptions of its members to function. We welcome Old Scholars accessing the site but would welcome their joining and paying their subscriptions even more in order that we may continue to provide this facility. Donations are also welcomed.

Those looking for the school's official website will find it at the following URL:

[ECSOSA: Quis separabit - Who shall separate us?]
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