Photo Album

View of the school 1980's

1924 Standard III class

National School abt 1925

December 1950 Savings publicity

School float for Gala about 1953

1954 Juniors music class. Supplied by Roger Bancroft

1954 Miss Cook's class

Mr Cockerill's Class 1961

1962 Miss Cusson's class

First year Primary School about 1964-5. Contributed by Liz Barber

Mrs Reynold's Class about 1963. Supplied by Aida Pottinger.

The boys' yard and upper part of the school.

A view of the lower school from the top (boys') yard.

Part of the Infants School building.

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Marlene Clarke | Reply 22.03.2013 23.46

The bomb shelters were in the girls playground, we weren't allowed to go in there, but of course we dared each other! I wondered if they had ever been used

Steve Robinson 31.03.2013 06.14

Thank you Marlene.Was told the new unit was built over cellars but must have been those shelters.

David | Reply 19.03.2013 12.38

I believe they were situated below what was the old outside girls' toilets.

Steve Robinson | Reply 18.03.2013 16.42

Marlene. I would love to hear more about the 'Bomb Shelters' and exactly where they were situated.I taught at St. A's for many years and am still none the wiser

Marlene Clarke nee Wood | Reply 18.03.2013 11.07

Does anyone remember the 'bomb shelters' that we were not to go in, but of course did?

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11.01 | 13:28

your mum was 1 of my best friends, Amanda, she lived across the burgesses fields on Highfield rd if i remember we used to walk to school together sorry to hear

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04.01 | 00:56

My Grandfather (Herbert Franks b1907) went here, leaving in 1921 for Holycroft Preparatory School 1921-2923 (Day & Evening). Possibly the boy 2nd row far right.

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14.12 | 20:51

I remember you Stephen I was in same class as you I am still trying to get hold of the photo we had taken with Mrs topham I have lost mine .

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27.11 | 21:11

Was there around 1964 teacher Mrs brayshaw

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