William Edward Cox
|William Edward Cox|
William Edward Cox in 1958
|Education||Kirton School; Boston Grammar School (1921-1929); College of St Mark and St John, Chelsea (BSc 1932)|
|Roles||Head of Physics from about 1966|
|Years at BGS||?-c1929 (student); 1950-1971 (staff)|
|Subjects||Physics, Chemistry, Physical Education|
|Known for||Football, Cricket, Radio and Electronics Society, Science Society|
|Notable work(s)||Parry Gold Medal winner 1929; captain of football and cricket|
William Edward Cox was a student and later a teacher at Boston Grammar School. He taught Physics, Chemistry and Physical Education.
Before Boston Grammar School
Cox was Second Master of St Thomas' Church of England School (1932-1950). During WWII he was a Flight Lieutenant (meteorological officer) in the RAF.
At Boston Grammar School
As a staff member Cox was involved in Football, Cricket, Radio and Electronics Society, Science Society. He had been captain of both cricket and football when a student at the school and won the 1929 Parry Gold Medal.
After Boston Grammar School
When he left Boston Grammar School in 1971, Cox retired. He was a member of the Old Bostonian Association.