Were you performing in this Christmas Concert?
This programme is for the prize giving held on 12 April 1962.
This programme from the 9 April 1963 marked the annual prize giving ceremony and the retirement of Miss E M Read.
These photos are from the Winchester and District Primary School Sports Day held at Weeke Junior School
Ernie joined the school in 1929 at the age of 5. In this video he shares some of his memories of being in school.
In June 1958 the boys of Kendal Rise School visited Stanmore Junior School. From the welcome note it appears that the Stanmore pupils had visited Kendal Rise School earlier in the year.
The booklet has a variety of activities for the boys to complete including visits to the Cathedral, St Cross and Southampton Docks.
In this memoire, Paul describes the school, lunch and teachers. He recalls a time when lightning struck the school grounds,
“because there was a flash and a thunderbolt struck the grassed area next to the netball pitch adjacent to the wooden class rooms and left a small hole where it had struck!'“
In this account, Mollie talks about being happy, but that discipline was strict, the curriculum they covered, marching into the hall, school dinners and some of her teachers.
Rod came to the school between 1949 and 1951. In this detailed account of life at the school he talks about the challenges of spelling, uniform, equipment, being ink monitor, milk monitor or even bell monitor. He talks of occasionally coming to school by bus, teachers throwing board dusters, listening to the wireless, assembly, playtime, nick-names, tricks and getting into trouble!
This photo of the girls games class at Stanmore Secondary School, was published in the newspaper by Jean Ward, née Shawyer, who was 70 at the time and wanted to get in touch with her old classmates.
Miss Clark taught at the school for 26 years and retired in 1988.
She has kindly donated these photos to the school to add to our archives.
Were you taught by Jean? Do you recognise yourself or anyone else in the photos?