TIDEWAY SCHOOL

More Photos from Schooldays Past - 1960's

Tom Bonnor

Some of my photos taken when people were just having a few mad moments. No thoughts of Health & Safety then or taking the School or Education Authorities to court if you fell off the netball goal. What a sad world we live in today when youngsters can't have a bit of fun and risk a few grazes or a broken arm or leg.

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This page was added by Richard Beckett on 24/04/2010.
Comments about this page

Is that Jock Fraser just entering the room in the bottom picture ?

By Harry M.
On 30/04/2010

Has anybody got a picture of the class of 4A2 1963 ? It was my leaving year.

By Harry M.
On 30/04/2010

Does any one remember Mr Clark,  Miss Porter and Mrs Nevllie from around 1964 to 1969, my name was Colleen Beard back then, it is now Colleen Raynsford hope to hear from some body.

By Colleen Raynsford (nee Beard)
On 21/05/2010

I remember them; I had Mrs. Neville for Domestic Science from 1968 to 1972 and she scared me so much! I went on to take 'O' levels though and because of her I have always been a good cook. When I'm making pastry I can still hear her admonishing me to use less water and turn the pastry a quarter turn for every roll with the rolling pin. One time she caught me licking the spoon as I was putting my mixing bowl in the sink (chocolate cake--irresistible) and she yelled at me--it was worth it!

By Caroline Morrison (nee Taylor)
On 07/02/2014

I saw Mr Nick Clark, at his doctor's in Lewes, the day before he sadly passed away.  I was having a medical for a job and Mr Clark was waiting in the reception area, we had a chat and he said he had pain's in his chest and arm's. I saw another old teacher Mr Renalds the following day in the street and he told me that Mr. Clark had passed away during the night. Very sad loss of a great teacher.

By Don Waller
On 19/09/2014

My wife Pauline remembers Mrs Neville she was terrified of her. Pauline had difficulty lighting the Gas stove, so much so for a whole year she had to repeat to Mrs Neville at the beginning of every class " Never turn a gas tap on until you have a lighted taper in your hand! (now 2015 and she still remembers).

Many years ago ( someone may recall the year) at The Hillcrest Centre there was a reunion of pupils and teachers , Pauline approached Mrs Neville ( who was sitting next to Mrs Parkinson such a lovely teacher) and repeated the phrase that had dogged her for years, she said to Mrs Neville that she had scared virtually each and everyone of her pupils! Mrs Neville looked aghast, Mrs Parkinson bless her turned looked at Mrs Neville and said " I am not surprised". 

 

 

 

By Keith Curl
On 29/04/2015

Further to your comment above Keith, I remember the reunion. It was October or November 1998. There were many photos taken during the evening but I've never seen any of them.......maybe someone has some ??

By Paul Blackman
On 30/04/2015

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