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albertshepherd posted..

Thats a hell of a task you are taking on. I was there 1951-57 and have a school photo somewhere.
Teachers--- Mr Preston, Miss Harwood, Ben Kingsley, Miss Ecksley, Mr and Mrs Hulley,Miss Blackwell, Miss Derbyshire the very old head and of course Miss Hunt who took over.
The corner shop(he allowed as many kids as possible in the shop) and Coynes on Commercial Rd. Playing marbles in the grids, the bike sheds and disgusting toilets.
Mrs Hallworth a canteen lady her son Chris was in my class. Mr Cumming the caretaker and his wife in the canteen. God those school meals and the jug of water.
Warming your milk on the radiators,the eleven plus, those iron and wooden desks that you always banged yours knees on.Filling the in wells and those terrible ink pens with which to write. Do we all remember the Miss Hunt style of writting.Trying to get the best crayons in art classes.Cleaning the board and being a monitor meant you could get out of the rain to hand the books out before people came in.
Dont forget Napier Street I came thrpuogh at 4 to go to Chapel Street.
I think Jackson Lane started in 1955 up until then you stayed at Chapel Street until 15 unless you went to grammar school.
They tried to introduce the school uniform in my last year but there wasn't alot of money about for that.
Everyone I ever knew went there or Norbury.
Good luck!