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  1. At George Grenville we believe that happy confident children learn well. To achieve this, children’s learning is presented in a way that is exciting and challenging whilst building on their existing knowledge and understanding. We work together with parents and carers, to develop children’s lively enquiring minds.

  2. Anne Grenville, Baroness Grenville (née Pitt, September 1772 – June 1864) was an English noblewoman and author, and a member of the Pitt family, which at the time dominated British politics. Biography. Anne Pitt was the daughter of Thomas Pitt, 1st Baron Camelford and his wife, Anne Wilkinson. Her granduncle was William Pitt the Elder.

  3. George realized too late that his clumsiness had destroyed one political combination and made any other difficult to assemble. He turned to George Grenville, to his uncle, William Augustus, duke of Cumberland, to Pitt, and to the 3rd duke of Grafton for help. All failed him.

  4. George Nathaniel Curzon (ur. 11 stycznia 1859 w Kedleston , zm. 20 marca 1925 w Londynie ) – brytyjski arystokrata i polityk, urzędnik Imperium brytyjskiego , minister spraw zagranicznych.

  5. Pelham Grenville Wodehouse (/ˈwʊd.ˌhaʊs/), né à Guildford, Surrey, le 15 octobre 1881, mort à New York le 14 février 1975, est un auteur humoriste britannique naturalisé citoyen des États-Unis d'Amérique en 1955.

  6. Œuvres principales Rhapsody in Blue (1924) Concerto pour piano en fa (1925) Un Américain à Paris (1928) Girl Crazy (1930) Porgy and Bess (et sa berceuse , Summertime) (1934) modifier George Gershwin , pseudonyme de Jacob Gershowitz , est un compositeur et chef d'orchestre américain , né le 26 septembre 1898 à Brooklyn (New York) et mort le 11 juillet 1937 à Los Angeles (Californie). Né ...

  7. David Lloyd George (ur.17 stycznia 1863 w Manchesterze, Anglia, zm. 26 marca 1945 w Tŷ Newydd, Llanystumdwy) – brytyjski polityk i mąż stanu, premier Wielkiej Brytanii w latach 1916–1922 i minister wojny w 1916 r.