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Postby teddybear1959 » 15 Dec 2007, 19:37

Is the old school in South Everard Street still there?

If so, could someone please take a couple of snaps of it for someone who is interested because one of his great aunts was a teacher there.

Many thanks.

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Postby roger » 15 Dec 2007, 22:13

All Saints School has gone Friars Place was built in its place the back way to the school was in friars street under the arch .
i went there from 1945 to1949. it was knocked down when Whitefriars was built. roger
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Thanks

Postby teddybear1959 » 15 Dec 2007, 22:26

Thanks for that Roger, what was the photo that you posted? I'm intrigued.

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Re: Thanks

Postby warwound » 16 Dec 2007, 01:17

teddybear1959 wrote:Thanks for that Roger, what was the photo that you posted? I'm intrigued.

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Well Firefox's Firebug tells me the URL posted was:
Code: Select all
http://i170.photobucket.com/albums/u250/willgress/friars-st-08jpgfriarsplace.jpg


Get's a Page not found error for me.
Maybe meant to be an image from http://s170.photobucket.com/albums/u250/willgress/?

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Postby old-git » 16 Dec 2007, 04:10

I don't know anything about All Saints school, was it the school shown on this map? If so did it still have the same layout in the 50s?

It would be nice if someone who knows the school could print this map out and colour in the buildings, if they were still the same. In the lower playground what was the long building to the left, a bike shed?

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Postby teddybear1959 » 16 Dec 2007, 16:24

Yes OG, that's the one, what does it say in brackets, under the word "School"?

Looks to have been quite sizeable as there were 187 boys, 187 girls and 146 infants in 1916. All of this with just three teachers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Roger, could you let us know what bits of the school were where? That would be great.

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Postby choks » 16 Dec 2007, 16:48

Just like Oliver Twist ......then !!!!!
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Postby roger » 16 Dec 2007, 18:22

THERE WERE TWO SCHOOLS INFANTS AND GIRLS, INFANTS DOWN STAIRS GIRLS UPSTAIRS AT 11 THE BOYS WENT TO PRIMARY THE GIRLS WENT UP STAIRS THERE WERE 4 CLASS ROOMS DOWN STAIRS (i never went upstairs)AND A HALL HALF FOR THE GIRLS AND HALF FOR THE INFANTS I HAVE GOT A FEW PHOTOS

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Postby roger » 16 Dec 2007, 18:33

INDEX TO PHOTOS (I FORGOT TO NAME THEM :smt097

1 SCHOOL ENTRANCE
2WHERE THE SCHOOL HALL WAS.
3 THE TWO PRIVATE HOUSES
4ENTRANCE TO THE PLAYGROUND
5 PLAYGROUND
6 STONE UNDER THE ARCH IN FRIARS STREET
7ARCH WAY WAS THE REAR ENTRANCE TO THE SCHOOL
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Brilliant

Postby teddybear1959 » 16 Dec 2007, 20:09

Thanks so much for that Roger.

Memories, worth their weight in gold!

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Postby old-git » 16 Dec 2007, 21:42

Just says boys, girls and infants I think teddy.
As best as I can get it.
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Postby teddybear1959 » 16 Dec 2007, 21:46

Information rolling in thick & fast.

Amazing that just the other day, many of us didn't even know there used to be a school there!

Just goes to prove, if we ask the question, the answer is always out there!

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Postby roger » 16 Dec 2007, 22:50

THIS WAS THE SHOP NEXT TO THE SCHOOL IT LOOKS THE SAME NOW AS IT DID 60 YEARS AGO I WONDER WHAT IS INSIDE
IT WOULD BE NICE TO KNOW. ROGER.
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Postby teddybear1959 » 16 Dec 2007, 23:33

Well, now I need to know what it sold and who kept it, nosey aren't I?
(It would be good if you could discover who owns it and get a look inside.)

It is amazing how one small thing just snowballs!

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Postby roger » 16 Dec 2007, 23:58

JUST BEEN THINKING THE INFANT TEACHERS WERE.
MISS RENNETT
MISS COUSINS(NOW LIVES IN HUNSTANTON)
MISS HEADING.
MISS SUCKER.
GIRLS UPSTAIRS.
MISS SUCKER
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? COME ON TABS HELP ME OUT YOU SHOULD KNOW . ROGER.
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