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What is your school lineage?
« on: Feb 24, 2014, 19:40 »
After seeing a similar thing on another discussion board, what is your school lineage?

Mine is Fairfield Infants > Aycliffe/Ferryhill Juniors > Ferryhill Grammar > Newcastle Poly/Uni

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Re: What is your school lineage?
« Reply #1 on: Feb 28, 2014, 14:31 »
"Ferryhill Grammar" ..... my, that is showing your age.  :wink:

For me it is
Chilton Infants > Chilton Juniors > Ferryhill Comprehensive > Sheffield Uni

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Re: What is your school lineage?
« Reply #2 on: Mar 05, 2014, 08:49 »
Pelton Infant and Juniors, Pelton Roseberry, Kings Oxford, Sandhurst

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Re: What is your school lineage?
« Reply #3 on: Mar 06, 2014, 19:28 »
New Road Infants School, Chingford, Essex, (c. 1939-1940)
Miss Hummerston's Private School, Chingford (because the above closed to accommodate Belgian refugees), (c. 1940)
Cheam C of E Infants School, Cheam, Surrey, (c.1940 - 1944)
Sutton County School which became Sutton County Grammar School which became Sutton Grammar School, (c. 1944 - 1952).

I think, but you'd better ask Matron . . .

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Re: What is your school lineage?
« Reply #4 on: Apr 07, 2014, 10:29 »
New Road Infants School, Chingford, Essex, (c. 1939-1940)
Miss Hummerston's Private School, Chingford (because the above closed to accommodate Belgian refugees), (c. 1940)
Cheam C of E Infants School, Cheam, Surrey, (c.1940 - 1944)
Sutton County School which became Sutton County Grammar School which became Sutton Grammar School, (c. 1944 - 1952).

I think, but you'd better ask Matron . . .

Possibly the most interesting reply so far. Who was Miss Hummerston please?

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