After her father died, Susan Hawthorn’s mother decided to send her to school instead of being taught by private tutors. It was proving to be a difficult task for Mrs Hawrhorn to find the right school for Susan. Susan had caught pneumonia during a climbing expedition at her last school, and her mother chose another which did not allow such rigorous pursuits—Slater Hall.
- Art: John Woods
- A School for Susan – Judy: #517 (06 Dec. 1970) – #525 (31 Jan. 1970)
- Reprinted – Judy: #1010 (19 May 1979) – #1018 (14 July 1979)