St Michael’s School

St Michael’s School was situated on the outskirts of Cirencester and under the care of the Anglican Sisters of the Holy and Undivided Trinity, Oxford, providing education for girls aged 9 to 18, but appears no longer to exist.

Figure of Female Saint – Photograph (PWDRO 116/95); date unknown

This statue of an unknown female saint was made for St Michael’s School.

Hanging Cross – Photograph (PWDRO 244/4); date unknown

Sources

PWDRO 116/95 Photograph. Cirencester St Michael’s School. Figure of Female Saint.

PWDRO 244/4 Photograph Album. Various. Woodcarvings.

In the album presented to Hubert Minchinton by Violet Pinwill on his retirement is a photograph entitled ‘Hanging Cross for Cirencester’, presumably destined for St Michael’s School. It features the Lamb of God in the centre and on the four arms the symbols of the Evangelists. It matches an unannotated photograph in PWDRO 244/4.