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Back to school: Baroness who was St Martin's founder-pupil is guest at prizegiving.

Baroness Seccombe (left) with head girl Victoria Brindley, at St Martin's School in Solihull, as guest of honour at the annual senior girls' prizegiving ceremony yesterday. The life peer, who is the Opposition Deputy Chief Whip in the House of Lords, was one of the original pupils at the school in the 1940s.Picture, JOHN JAMES

Baroness Seccombe who was the first ever head girl at Saint Martins School in Solihull with l after the annual prizegiving ceremony at which Baroness Seccombe was the guest of honor.

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