|Ilkeston Grammar School was opened on June 25th 1914 by King George V and Queen Mary.  The original core buildings, designed by the well known architect Widdowson, have an unusual layout comprising classrooms round an open quadrangle with a central domed hall.  The building is decorated with simple geometricDesigns on the external walls in the moorish style.  It was one of  the first prefabricated buildings in the country and features in several  Architectural reference books.  The domed hall is part of the building which is grade 2* listed.  

It contains seven stained glass windowsdesigned and made by Andrew Stoddart.  They depict the Seven  Graces.  Photographs of these are shown below.
The windows have been  restored and the hall  has become a community space.



Andrew Stoddart  Stained Glass windows at Ilkeston School
If you have any information about other windows by Andrew Stoddart
Or would like to find out more about him, please e-mail
clare.edwards@btinternet.com