Anne Laugharne Phillips Griffith-Jones OBE (born 15 April 1890) was the founder of Singapore's Tanglin Preparatory School which is now known as the Tanglin Trust School. Born in Pembrokeshire, Wales, Griffith-Jones was the youngest of 13 children and daughter of a Welsh barrister. She, along with many women of her time, had no formal qualifications. During World War I, she served as a welfare officer at a munitions factory in Wales, for which she was awarded an MBE.

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  • Anne Laugharne Phillips Griffith-Jones OBE (born 15 April 1890) was the founder of Singapore's Tanglin Preparatory School which is now known as the Tanglin Trust School. Born in Pembrokeshire, Wales, Griffith-Jones was the youngest of 13 children and daughter of a Welsh barrister. She, along with many women of her time, had no formal qualifications. During World War I, she served as a welfare officer at a munitions factory in Wales, for which she was awarded an MBE. (en)
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  • A BETTER CHOICE She was largely responsible for European children being able to remain with their parents in Malaya several years longer than was possible in pre-war days.
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  • Anne Laugharne Phillips Griffith-Jones OBE (born 15 April 1890) was the founder of Singapore's Tanglin Preparatory School which is now known as the Tanglin Trust School. Born in Pembrokeshire, Wales, Griffith-Jones was the youngest of 13 children and daughter of a Welsh barrister. She, along with many women of her time, had no formal qualifications. During World War I, she served as a welfare officer at a munitions factory in Wales, for which she was awarded an MBE. (en)
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