Attention: You are using an outdated browser, device or you do not have the latest version of JavaScript downloaded and so this website may not work as expected. Please download the latest software or switch device to avoid further issues.

News > Archives/ History > Forum for School Museums and Archives met at The Mitre

Forum for School Museums and Archives met at The Mitre

The Forum for School Museums and Archives in the boardroom of The Mitre.

On Thursday 22 August 2019 members of the Forum for Museums and Archives met at The Mitre.  The guest speaker was Peter Dennis of  Logos Flow who explained his work in databases and storage and retrieval systems that offer many ways to facilite access to information via networks, intranets and websites. 

This was of great importance to schools' museum curators and archivists as the need to develop database products for their institutions, escalates.

The meeting lasted two hours, and was found to be of great use to us.  In the photograph above we see Mr Simon Perkin who curates the SACS Museum speaking to Peter Dennis the presenter.  Some of the schools that attended included Springfield Convent, the Officer in charge of the Mayoral Collection (CCT), St Cyprians, Rondebosch, Rustenberg and Ms Sigi Howes, Head of the Education Museum, Wynberg, Cape Town.

Similar stories

Letter from the Black ODs

12th July: Moshe Apleni (1997F) wrote on behalf of the Black Old Boys (BODs) More...

Passing of Judge Hilary Squires (1949S)

Thank you to Alan Ramsay for notifying us of the passing of Judge Hilary Squires. More...

SGM10 Response to ODU Committee

25th July: The SGM10 wrote a letter of response to the OD Union Committee on the 25th July. More...

Most read

WATCH: Getting to know Tony Reeler | Full interview

Matthew Pearce (1987G) sat down with College Principal, Tony Reeler, to find out makes him tick and what his plans are to overcome many challenges Bi… More...

The U15A Coaching Team, (L - R): Paul Dobson, Mark Hanley, John Dobson and Jeremy de Kock (1991).
Paul Dobson | 1935 -2020

Paul passed away on Monday 20 July, from complications following the contracting of Covid-19. Dr Paul Murray, school archivist and close friend of th… More...

Have your say

This website is powered by