Explore how we got here and where we are going.
Queen Mother opens the newest building onsite
In 1957, Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, visited Homerton to open the newest building onsite.
The launch of Homerton 250
On Friday, 27 October 2017, the College came together to celebrate our 249th anniversary.
Our sister College in Oxford
Revd Dr Ralph Waller, Principal of Harris Manchester College, explores the curious link between Homerton and Harris Manchester which stretches back to 1803.
The first Cambridge degrees
Beverly Wood (nee Lord), 1967-71, was part of the first year group awarded degrees from the University of Cambridge.
Homerton’s première musical ensemble
The Charter Choir, founded in 2009, is Homerton’s première musical ensemble.
The Dance Studio you see now is only part of the story
Trish Maude, Retired Senior Member, remembers the day she cartwheeled for Dance at Homerton
A fond memory
Trish Maude, Emeritus Fellow, remembers a key part of the Primary Generalist course: ‘Snippets’.
Teaching practice opportunities
When Homerton College moved to Cambridge, it had to create its own opportunities for first-hand teaching experience.
Nobel Prize-winning philosopher
Nobel Prize-winning philosopher Dr Albert Schweitzer visited Homerton in 1955, here remembered by Judith Legg (student at Homerton 1954-56).
This beautiful new book is a celebration of Homerton in our 250th anniversary year.
Helping the war effort through education
Peter Cunningham, exploring the Archive, tells the story of Homerton’s wartime nursery, which still exists today in a new location.
A curious celebration
Wonderland came to Homerton for the UK’s biggest celebration of Alice’s 150th anniversary.
The 2nd Annual Kate Pretty Lecture
On Thursday, 8 March 2018, Pascal Soriot delivered the 2nd Annual Kate Pretty Lecture at Homerton College.
The Second Oldest Football League Club in London
A cricket club founded by Homerton College alumni exists today as Leyton Orient Football Club.
Overseas Development Education
Peter Cunningham remembers Homerton College’s varied links across the globe in the late twentieth century.
The lost film
Filmed at Homerton in 1944, The New School has never been found.
A not-forgotten feature
Peter Cunningham remembers the Black and White Buildings, which were a key part of Homerton College between the 1960s-90s.
An inspiring artwork
In October 2017, Homerton students created a dance to celebrate the arrival of a new sculpture by Harry Gray.