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Miss Ironside's School (also called Miss Ironside's Day School and Miss Ironside's School For Girls) was a school at 2 Elvaston Place, in Kensington. Notable alumnae included: * Jane Fawcett, a World War II codebreaker, singer, and preservationist * Rose Dugdale, a militant in the Irish republican organisation and the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA) * Nicolette Fame (née Nicolette Elaine Katherine Harrison), former wife of the 9th Marquis of Londonderry and subsequently of musician Georgie Fame * Teresa Hayter, member of the International Marxists * Sally Croker-Poole, married and divorced the Aga Khan IV * Sarah Hogg (née Boyd-Carpenter), politician * Jane Birkin, singer, actress, and inspiration behind the eponymous Hermès Birkin bag * Tracy Reed, English actress best kno

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  • Miss Ironside's School (also called Miss Ironside's Day School and Miss Ironside's School For Girls) was a school at 2 Elvaston Place, in Kensington. Notable alumnae included: * Jane Fawcett, a World War II codebreaker, singer, and preservationist * Rose Dugdale, a militant in the Irish republican organisation and the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA) * Nicolette Fame (née Nicolette Elaine Katherine Harrison), former wife of the 9th Marquis of Londonderry and subsequently of musician Georgie Fame * Teresa Hayter, member of the International Marxists * Sally Croker-Poole, married and divorced the Aga Khan IV * Sarah Hogg (née Boyd-Carpenter), politician * Jane Birkin, singer, actress, and inspiration behind the eponymous Hermès Birkin bag * Tracy Reed, English actress best known for being the only female character in Stanley Kubrick's apocalyptic movie Dr. Strangelove * Jan Struther, author * Shiela and Ellen-Craig Crosland, daughters of Susan Crosland, journalist, and step-daughters of Tony Crosland, Labour Education Minister who started the comprehensive school movement in the UK (en)
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  • Miss Ironside's School (also called Miss Ironside's Day School and Miss Ironside's School For Girls) was a school at 2 Elvaston Place, in Kensington. Notable alumnae included: * Jane Fawcett, a World War II codebreaker, singer, and preservationist * Rose Dugdale, a militant in the Irish republican organisation and the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA) * Nicolette Fame (née Nicolette Elaine Katherine Harrison), former wife of the 9th Marquis of Londonderry and subsequently of musician Georgie Fame * Teresa Hayter, member of the International Marxists * Sally Croker-Poole, married and divorced the Aga Khan IV * Sarah Hogg (née Boyd-Carpenter), politician * Jane Birkin, singer, actress, and inspiration behind the eponymous Hermès Birkin bag * Tracy Reed, English actress best kno (en)
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