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All Saints Secondary Modern 1958
All Saints Secondary Modern 1958
Photo: Brian McDonald
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Item #: 20496
Awards for deep sea trawlermen

Comment by: John Belshaw on 25th April 2012 at 13:46

Is that Mr Griffiths at the back with glasses?

Comment by: JohnAlan on 25th April 2012 at 14:29

Is that "Jock" Shaw maths teacher in back row? The chap in front isn't Jack Gilliett is it?

Comment by: Roy on 25th April 2012 at 16:50

Definately not Ernie Griffiths.

Comment by: Keith Guest on 25th April 2012 at 19:07

Jock Shaw at the rear and Jack Guilliet in the trilby

Comment by: BEWLEY on 25th April 2012 at 19:07

Sorry Billy Anglesey is kneeling to the immediate left of the boy receiving the award.

Comment by: Brian McDonald on 25th April 2012 at 19:14

Jock shaw is on the back row and that is jack gilliet on the presentation.

Comment by: BEWLEY on 25th April 2012 at 20:31

Shaw had no connection with fishermen or the industry he just liked collecting money.

Comment by: John A Hankin (JohnAlan) on 26th April 2012 at 11:41

"Jock" Shaw maths teacher was a rum un we could always get going off on a side track about the war. Jack Gilliett was a strict discilpine man even though he was short in stature many times had me stood on the balls of my feet by grabbing the sideburns. God that hurt. Ernie Griffiths was a terror as well. Pity the Deanery doesn't have the same standards now. Any photos of Roy Jackson (Taffy) and Tommy Gore? I remember Roy taking me with a couple of others lads in his football team to watch Bolton Wanderers play Sheffield Wednesday at Burnden Park in the early sixties. Wouldn't be able to do that on his own these days! What about Mr Cutter??? his classes were always a shambles that is untill Derek Hurst came in (I think he had the classroom next door) We soon quietned down then. I can still feel the split cane he used on my bottom. Liked Derek and also Ken Richardson (art) ? Banks science and biology was ok too. It was a great school then.

Comment by: Stuart on 26th April 2012 at 22:32

Remember all those names Alan, Taffy was a true gentleman along with Derek Hurst.
Ken Richardson was the Maths teacher when I was there, 1966 - !971.
Tommy Gore, Technical Drawing.
Newton Banks, what a swine he was.
Metalwork teacher, Warren.
Woodwork, Foster.
Music, Cutter.
Parr, PE.

Comment by: Dud. Lyon on 6th February 2015 at 21:59

Jack Gilliert,wow try this one,pull your bottom lip both ways and repeat "Go and wait outside my room boy", wack alert.Ernie Griffiths wacked all the woodwork sec.cos shirts Sherrington locked Mr Walsh in the store room, Nobody grassed. Ouch!

Comment by: john brown on 29th August 2017 at 17:04

I was at All Saint's 1961 - 1965 The sight of Jack Gilyatt gives me the creeps to this day. He once caned all my class for bugger all!

Comment by: Peter Graham Ainscough on 13th April 2023 at 19:11

Front row 5th from left in between Brian Mcdonald and Geoff Anglesyis me Peter Ainscough.....ex professional drummer at Wigan casino 1971/72.............Funny thing is I hated music at school.......lol.

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