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i was their 82-86 as well and i realy must have seen you in the the bum unit as i spent a lot of time there

 

I'm saddened that my younger brother takes such pride in the fact he was a bit of a tw** at school. Still he did good in the real world :D

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I'm saddened that my younger brother takes such pride in the fact he was a bit of a tw** at school. Still he did good in the real world :D

what, just a bit of a ****,,, dick, you sell me short:D

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Hi

I used to go there between 70 -75.

Good crowd all barking mad. Got caught by Mr turton smoking behind bottom pavillion with andrew gillott ( spready ) , escorted to mr houdemont? and recieved cane and then put back in class and asked to write why we were punished !! couldn't hold bloody pen .. once tried to be clever and throw a plastic set squre in a room but hit some poor bugger in face , but as usual no one snitched on me when teacher was going mad ( all heroes ) while I was ther a Mrs ashberry ? took us for something she was nice ( very nice !) and mr savage with those bloody earphones learning french..

also there were gary mason, steve wragg , karen & susan the twins ,keith pheonix , plattsy , mick doors, lots of gorgeous girls in 5.1 ,5.2 etc and I think a maths teacher ended up with one of them ( lucky chuff ).and the rumours of a young biology teacher with a pupil ?what was that all about ?we did have a couple of re - unions which were excellent. and the annual pilgrimage across the fields to ashleigh school to face their lot at end of term. crazy but memorable.

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Hi Michael22

 

you must have been in the year above me i left in 76, remember all the teachers you mention, forgot all about the french lab(!) with the headphones and mr Savage who lived up to his name a lot! We had a french student teacher for a short time and she was gorgeous, never paid more attention than that short period...i went to 2 of the reunions at the trades club bottom of city road, were you there for those? They were great and a good time was had, particularly as we wore name badges so you had a clue who people used to be when they had hair....ive forgotten about all the bad times at that school, only remember the good, it wasnt as bad as people made out was it? remember having loads of laughs

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my cousin went there her name is donna yeomans

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my mum went there in 69 onwards her name is susan

 

did she leave in 72 ?

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What's going on? There's now 3 Hurlfield threads running in the first two pages all about the same thing I'm getting confused now?

Can someone sort out this mess and close any that seem to be dead?

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I just wanted any ex-pupils of Hurlfield to know a bit of sad news ive heard today that the teacher Dave Moxon has died. He was head of art while i was there from 72 to 76 and i believe he went on to become headmaster at Hurlfield.

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I just wanted any ex-pupils of Hurlfield to know a bit of sad news ive heard today that the teacher Dave Moxon has died. He was head of art while i was there from 72 to 76 and i believe he went on to become headmaster at Hurlfield.

 

Sad news,

 

Condolences to his family and friends.

 

Jayne

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I just wanted any ex-pupils of Hurlfield to know a bit of sad news ive heard today that the teacher Dave Moxon has died. He was head of art while i was there from 72 to 76 and i believe he went on to become headmaster at Hurlfield.

 

awww ive just told my hubby dennis cheesman he was in his form hes a bit gutted he used to think he was a great teacher xx

 

he says thanks for letting us know xx

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