Surrey schoolgirls have their lessons in the open air at Hogs Back near Guildford.
Introductory intertitle reads: "Many years ago armed guards marched out of the old Forts along the Hogs Back, near Guildford. Today, it's a new kind of army - of Surrey Schoolgirls!"
L/S of group of girls in school uniform walking along and chatting. "On the slopes they have their lessons - " L/S of the girls sitting on a sloping hill with their teacher standing at the front giving the lesson. Closer view of the teacher and the girls with their books. Camera pans across the girls. "And inside the Fort - net-ball reigns - " High angle shot of a game in progress. Girls play in gymslips.
"No thought of war here - " the girls have a wash and comb their hair outdoors. C/U of the girls brushing their teeth and smiling at the camera. The girls then put tables out in the open for tea. Top shot of the girls seated at the tables having their dinner.
Was originally an item in Eve's Film Review issue number 416.
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