Miss Connolly’s class
I’m unsure in which year this was taken but the teacher was Miss Connolly. I’m seated extreme right, third row from the back. This photograph includes most of those who appear in Class 4 of 1954 with the addition, I think, of Barry Walters in the back row, second from right, and Brenda Lemon, third row from the back, fourth from the right. I think I also recognise the boy in the back row, fourth from left, as one of the Grouts. And is that Carolyn Knott second row from back, extreme right?
Only remember happy times
I can only remember happy times at this school. Sometimes we were chosen as bell monitor, or first-aid monitor – such a responsibility. Punishment in the infants during playtime was a spell on the covered veranda. The only time I have knowingly stolen anything was when I was in the infants – a big, fat, juicy rubber that I simply could not resist. However, I was stricken with guilt and put it back the next day when no one was looking!
Remember the country dancing?
Does anyone remember the country dancing lessons in the playground? As I recall, the girls wore skirts with ribbon piped just above the hemline. I think the boys wore sheepish grins.
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