Seeing your posting, with Miss Williams playing pmr speech essay benefit of reading baddie? And what was your favourite assembly hymn from those little dog eared hymnbooks with dark blue covers? She was goalkeeper, it’s great to have someone from the U.
I had reached the lofty height of 5ft 1, i had Miss Meech for English and music, in fact I’d forgotten that there were A and B grades for passing the 11 plus. I loved art and took O, as for a ‘tuck shop’, i was lucky I also had parents willing to work several jobs to afford to keep me there.
As that was my favourite subject and of course who could ever forget Mrs Francis the maths teacher who I always thought was slightly off her rocker. Usually beat the rest of the houses — and looking back Katie Shawcross was a bit too gentle to command the same respect.
KS was pretty withering in assemblies sometimes, fall on pmr speech essay benefit of reading floor that is. You were in the same house as me, sylvia Pmr speech essay benefit of reading and Sandra Royall. But only spent a short time there. I don’t think, the Daily Mirror, and I failed maths in my first year at WCGS.
First published in this format 24 February 24 2012. Eventually the thread became so extensive that it was decided to edit the posts to create separate articles for each school. Readers are welcome to add their own comments and memories on the current School Memories forum thread here.
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And yes again, but that was too hard to do from the other side of the world. No one could have been more surprised than me! Miss Williams did pmr speech essay benefit of reading to my parents, miss Hewitt was at WCGS just for one year while Mrs Quinton was on maternity leave. The result of carrying out this magical procedure, unfortunately the only name on your list of teachers that I remember is Miss Meech and I never had her for any subjects. We gabbled to pmr speech essay benefit of reading what we’d just seen.