Several local talks are already booked, starting in November 2015. Please contact Jenny or Anne for further enquiries or to book a talk.
Find out about this much-loved college's history, straight from the authors of 'Inspired to Teach'
First time authors Jenny Head and Anne Johns are delighted to offer a lively illustrated talk. Hear the fascinating story of 137 years of Teacher Training in Salisbury as seen through the eyes of the students.
There will be glimpses of life from the College's foundation in 1841, through two World Wars to increasing freedom in the 1950s and beyond.
Anne and Jenny were students at the College during the swinging 60s. They look forward to sharing the ups and downs and the fun and friendship found at the College until it sadly closed in 1978.
Salisbury Training College, later known as the College of Sarum St Michael, inspires an extraordinary fondness amongst those who attended.
But beyond that, it was also a unique institution. The College was the first specifically founded for the training of women teachers.
Its story is therefore a fascinating part of Britain's social and educational history.
Over 400 former students still return each year for the annual reunion - a true reflection of the College's lasting legacy.