St Margaret’s was a small school situated in Queensbury Mews. Referring to it as being small is no understatement; there were six classrooms, two for the infants/reception and four for the juniors.
Under Mr Mason the Headmaster there were six teachers who somehow managed to get the best out of the worst pupils. Mr Mason was very strict but very fair and understanding. He possessed that magic to be able to teach from the top right down to infant level. All of the teachers were very respected in the 1950s era.