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teachers? the good the bad the ugly

Post by loll » Sat Apr 10, 2004 1:18 am

im sure some of us who went to this school will remember :?: who :?:

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Post by the music man » Sun Apr 11, 2004 8:40 pm

MR PYLE...VERY HARD SHOES..LOL
MR SEWEL.


AND THE ONE WITH THE BIG PLYMSIL SLIPPER SIZE 12, PE TEACHER CANT THINK OF HIS NAME.. :oops:
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Post by magpie » Tue Jul 19, 2005 3:19 pm

was the PE teachers,

Pippett (only had one ball )

and Clemence

remember Wilson, Golightly, Garrard, Woodwork teacher nickname JAB

And the metal work teacher Willis, had serious bad breath

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Post by the music man » Wed Sep 28, 2005 12:41 pm

i must of being in same year as you m8, i remember all them teachers, i am looking for school photo,s wonder if you have any.....shaun
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Post by magpie » Wed Sep 28, 2005 2:32 pm

Not sure I have any photo's I'll see if I have but, don't think so. I was in
1V TO 5V, WHEN i WAS THERE Wilson was my Tutor, right creep he was.

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Post by rusty » Sat Jul 08, 2006 11:07 am

art teacher mr henry/ pt mr fraser ex army english mr lyons 1950/4

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Post by Toxic Avenger » Sun Oct 14, 2007 9:23 am

Remember most of them teachers. Willis,s nickname was Badger if i remember rightly.Had a very hard right hand as well. [-X

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Post by malaymac » Sat Dec 06, 2008 12:28 pm

From the early seventies, I also Mr Thornton who did the most fantastic black 'n' whites sketches from around the town shown in the Gazette.

Also, Mr Galloway, Mr Stewart the physics teacher, Mr Buchard who taught maths, Mr Brown (I think) who taught religeous education, Mrs Anderson who taught music, Mr Smith (I think) who taught art and I think, Mr Rawlinson the head teacher who walked with a stick. He had the most unusual way of letting any daft lads settle a dispute, you just had to get the boxing gloves on and that's that.

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Post by Agnes » Thu Feb 18, 2010 9:42 pm

I was there in the 70's. Remember Mrs. Carr, Pyle and the others.
Anyone remember classmates, Michelle Harper, Elaine Odix, Angie Dowson. I left to emigrate to Canada...my folks moved back to S/S last year and I'm heading back for a visit in August. Great to have a mini reunion with CPC, if there's an interest.
Cheers,
Alison.

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Post by Gatchie » Mon Mar 08, 2010 3:06 am

Early to mid 70's.....

Mr Pippet....lovely fellow, dedicated to sport.
Mr Clemence...sports teacher who also had to teach us maths at one time!
Mr Bill Wilson...sports, did a lot to promote sports in the area, even after he retired.
Mr Pyle...at school I thought he was a right $£$% but at a reunion a few years ago he was brilliant!
Mr Stewart...suave at the time and still pretty tasty at the reunion.Used to jump on his desk and kick it when he wanted the class to come to attention.
JAB...was Mr Bruce, woodwork, named so before I went to Cleadon because of his resemeblence to Hitler and thus the Nazi salute was fetched into it........tenuous link, I've always thought.
Mr Gerrard....set many a young girls heart racing in the mid 70's.
Mr Smith....he took art in the prefabs.
Mr Thornton....I'm sure it was he that had the plimsoll, he'd write his name on it backwards, in chalk, then smack you with it so's his name was on your clothes..wouldn't be allowed these days!I think he left Cleadon for a couple of years at Redwell then came back.
Head Teacher....Mr Rallison....yes he had one leg but a sense of fair play. As far as I can tell, he's the most fondly remembered of all the staff.
BUT..WHO did the pottery classes? Was that Mr Smith, too?
And no-one can forget Miss Welsh!

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Post by gentlgiant » Mon Aug 15, 2011 10:18 am

I remember Cleadon Park School. Was there from 1964 - 1969.
There was Mr. Rawlinson- Head Master, Mrs. Pollard - Library, Mr. Charlton, Mr Pyle - Maths, Mr Burke - English, Mr Pinkinton - R.E, Mr Atkinson (metal head) - Metal work, Mr. Bruce -Woodwork, Mr Spours - Woodwork, Doc Lyons - Tech Drawing, Mr Brown - Biology, Mr. Knox, Mr. Smith - Art, Mr Pippin & Cardew Robinson - P.E.,Mr Galloway - Chemistry, Mr Stewart - Physics.
Who else remembers? Unfortunatly I have no photo's.

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Post by isomache » Wed Nov 02, 2011 3:10 am

just going through old teachers at cleadon park, mr thornton as well as the trick with the slipper he used to put a pencil in between each finger of one hand and squeeze the fingers together, another one was he would make you stand on a chair and if you had sideboards would lift you up by them and make you jump off the chair keeping your sideboards the same hight as you jumped :cry:

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