A photograph of the Junior School staff with the Mayoress of Stourbridge, 1950.

1950s

The Mayor of Stourbridge in 1950 was Councillor F. G. Gregory, a manager of the schools.  The Mayoress visited the school and this photograph was taken on the school field.  Seated are the headteacher, Terence J.J. Kilby, the Mayoress, Mrs Gregory and the Vicar, Rev. F. Ingram Cox.  The staff standing are E. Maurer, Eiddwyn Sutton, Winifred Fisher, Charles Rowberry, Edith Reynolds, A.H. Davies and A.R. Hayward.

supplied by: Janet Byard-Jones

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Miss Fisher was my first junior school class teacher, when aged six, in 1958. Before Assembly each morning she would write a single letter of the alphabet on the board and we wrote as many words down beginning with the letter as we could imagine. If I can remember that after sixty years it must have had a beneficial effect. Thank you Miss Fisher, I remember you as a gentle, caring soul.

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