Deptford

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Deptford

(ˈdɛtfəd)
n
(Placename) a district in the Greater London borough of Lewisham, on the S bank of the River Thames: formerly the site of the Royal Naval dockyard
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The Lewisham project comprises four BSF schools located in the South East London borough, including Sedgehill and Conisborough Schools; Trinity School; Deptford Green School; and, Bonus Pastor, Pendergast and Drum Beat Schools.
The billionaire popped into Deptford Green to tell pupils about the work of his charity, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
From this a master plan was developed for the two parks, setting out how they related to the school and the development of a pedestrian secure area to re-establish Deptford Green.
Last year, ministers commissioned Sir Keith Ajegbo, former head of Deptford Green School in Lewisham, to review the teaching of citizenship to teenagers.
Here a class of 14 to 15-year-olds at Deptford Green School, New Cross, SE London, air their fears of war with Iraq:
Today he's a science teacher at Deptford Green Comprehensive in New Cross, London.