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Scot Lane Primary

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1956 PE lesson
1956 PE lesson
Photo: Lynne Woods (nee Worsley)
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Item #: 6210
I can't remember why this photograph was taken. Some names I remember are: Colletta Hilton, Aileen Oddie, Christine Gregory, Rita, Barbara, Mary Heaton, Lynne Worsley and upside down perhaps are Kathleen ? and Anita?

Comment by: Carol Robinson (nee McLoughlin) on 20th July 2008 at 11:27

I am the girl doing the 'crab', I think that's what it is called.

Carol

Comment by: IanMcL on 20th July 2008 at 12:08

Hahaha! Just had an email from my sister to say she's the one doing the crab at the front!

she was previously known as Carol Ann McLoughlin !

She probably posted a comment before I did too! :)

Comment by: Lynne on 31st July 2008 at 17:52

Missing surnames are Barbara Bretherton, Rita Gould & Anita Hoy

Comment by: barbara jean wilson was bretherton on 1st October 2008 at 13:51

hi i think thats me on left(long time since lol)

Comment by: Chuff on 3rd July 2011 at 15:00

I don't remember the photograph being taken but I remember the circumstances. We had a visit from some pseudo intellectuals from the Department of Education and Frank Gregory attempted to impress by making us all wear those ridiculous green knickers. I don't know where they got them from but I remember being horrified when we all had to put them on (boys as well). I think the sight of various boys in green knickers convinced Frank Gregory that it wasn't a particularly good idea and hence the reason only girls appear in the photograph. We would have been scarred for life!!!

Comment by: Maureen Andrews nee McGovern on 8th August 2011 at 08:42

If you think about it..this photo is poetry in motion..each girl is in a different stance..it's really a work of art.

Comment by: Dellas Heaton (nee Evans) on 27th March 2013 at 15:06

That was my sister Alex's class, although she's not on the picture. I was lucky enough to have been taught by Mr. Deakin for two years. What a great teacher he was. Inspiring.

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