9 thoughts on “Killamarsh Secondary Modern School July 1958. See note below. Photo courtesy of David Nicholls.

  1. The form teacher is Miss Lorna Wood. She taught needlework and made costumes for school plays. Miss Wood was a very creative person. She had an in-depth knowledge of many craft techniques and was a perfectionist when it came to making things. In retirement she did a City and Guilds embroidery qualification which further developed her knowledge. She never seemed old in spirit and was interested in design until the end of her life.

  2. My sister rang from Australia today Jennifer Hazzard (DOPSON), to see if I had looked at Killamarsh Web site, I have now looked and found myself on a photo from the Killamarsh secondary school 1958. Thankyou to the person who sent it in great memories of the people I went to school with. I will keep on looking to see if I can find my brothers and sisters in these photo’s.

  3. Killamarsh Secondary Modern School
    July 1958 – aged 12 years old.

    Form Teacher: Miss Woods

    Back row: David Nicholls, Joan Hallam, ??, Pauline Hardwick, Dorothy Beech, Pat Smith, Sheila Dumbleton, Alan Flint.

    Middle row: John Mallender, David Thompson, Gary Bright, Dereck Milner, Tony Beedham, Clive Storer, Michael Barnes.

    Front row: Christine Brookfield, Eileen Dopson, Marjorie Roper, Norma Loy, Jennifer Davies, Ann Plant, Pat Howson.

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