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Discussion in 'Stafford Chat' started by db, Oct 31, 2006.
lol sounds hilarious
Hell, I left the same year there. Unless you left that year in sixth form, then I may just know you. Hmmnn........
I did a year in sixth form with Mrs Podmore as tutor.... formerly Miss Stocking until she married Bertram
I lol at edit of my first post. Kwality
Im a RAF kid so only moved to Stafford in 1983. Did 2 years of 6th Form at Weston Road and failed everything but typing! Don't think the school were too impressed as our year were only the second to go through A levels and in Geography which is one of the subjects i took no-one passed!
I'll have you no,
short trousers for the first 2 years, educational problems for 5.
I ended up milking cows, who at least knew better.
Least you not forget flippant ones a Podmore nailed his ear to a tree (there were some there then) in the marketsq., andpaid fines in halfpennies circa punk era.
Anyone rember Drac?
Poncy John or TT?
those mono cassette recorders from that trade in place at the bottom of eastgate st,
You never forget that shit for sure
any one remember austins buses
Doxey primary school 75-79
Chetwynd middle shool 79-83 (this school rocked)
King Eddies 83-86
Did anyone on here have Rev Fisher for History he supposedly taught me in years 4 and 5 but we only saw him two or three times as he was always conducting funerals or something?!
Spent a couple of hours a week for two years doing jack shit and disapearing off to town at the earliest oppertunity. A couple of lads even changed there options to get into his class when they found out what was going on and we never got a substitute teacher pure quality!
I left eddy's 89 n remember the rumour as well, and that she used to have a secret stash of whiskey.
Best was when she was not available to teach geography ans we had a sub, think her name was Miss Stokes. Us lads used to behave like angels when she was taking the lesson (prob due to the fact she was eye candy). When Dutton took the lesson, we played up merry hell!!!
Do any ex-eddyites remember the activities skive, sorry, week we had each year?
blessos, with Mr Hall or should i say Mr Hell, also cunion, cheshire, Miss Kay all the bad ones
Chetwynd did indeed rock
Old Fisher taught me RE, really liked the guy. I left in 90' after GCSEs.
I skived most of them, apart from the year Chetwynd closed it's doors. I spent the week painting a mural in Highfields then went down for Chetwynds final assembly, cried alot that day.
Same educational path as me, albeit a few years earlier. Are you scarred for life, too? (gibber, gibber etc)
walton here too. my big sis aswell. i remember mr. r******s too and i'm sure he appreciates the fact that people are still talking about him after 12 years. lol. Well remember mr br***n? i think he was tryin to grow his new doormat on his face!!!
i went blessos my family has a hard rep there
i went blesso's
welcome to the new bods, dj boff and x-staffsgal-x.. even if you are from blessos
woo woo, mini monster in the house!
For anyone interested who went to Riverway, there is a school reunion at Perkins Social Club ( Dormans) on Saturday 29th September. Any year invited. Partners welcome.
I just have to say thanks to mr Dirty Bobby for directing me to this thread, myself and a school friend have been reading this tonight and had a right laugh at some of the stories regarding blesso teachers...
So out out interest, is it still mainly walton-ites on here? With odd few other school attendees thrown in?
And my primary school doesn't even exist any more, it was renamed to something holier...
Hey, I went to a place called Birkenhead School........
Not exactly local.....
I went to RisingBrook, it was OK back then.
Thomas Tallis School in London Not much localness here im afraid