INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL: LIFE AT PAUNTLEY COURT, A SCHOOL AND HOME FOR FRENCH AND BELGIAN REFUGEES, PAUNTLEY, GLOUCESTERSHIRE, 1943
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Madame Pollet, from Tournai in Belgium, supervises children as they work at their desks in the schoolroom, which has been set up in an old mill near the hostel at Pauntley Court. Madame Pollet is the schoolmistress of this French-speaking school.