World War I Memorial Board
The WWI Memorial Board created by Harry Percy Jackson used to be on the top corridor at Heath Grammar School. There are five panels: the middle one lists the names of the fallen while the others list those who served, all grouped by the year in which they left Heath.
On each of the pillars dividing the panels are the cap badges of each of the regiments in which Heath Old Boys served; you can see these on this page.
Across the top are six angels each representing one of the elements of the whole armour of God (Ephesians 6:11–17): the belt of truth, the breastplate of righteousness, the shoes of peace, the shield of faith, the helmet of salvation and the sword of the Spirit.
Over the central panel is St George slaying the dragon with carvings on both sides of the rose, the thistle and the daffodils below which can be seen part of Ephesians 6:13.
Below is detail of St George slaying the dragon and the exquisite carving of his head.
Beneath the middle panel is the Heath crest.