Driffield School 79-84

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mark45000
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Post by mark45000 » Fri Jul 06, 2001 7:39 pm

Hi Ed, how is your brother Thomas doing these days? Went to school with him and have not head much about him for years!!!
Keeping out of trouble for a change is he?? haha!!

edbeer
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Post by edbeer » Tue Jul 17, 2001 12:40 pm

Tom is fine lives in Naff now, he is a millionaire and owns a book publishing house

Tom
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Post by Tom » Sun Jul 22, 2001 10:20 pm

Mark, were you in 1m to 4m??
Ed,I told you to keep mum.

MatthewB
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Post by MatthewB » Mon Jul 30, 2001 9:31 am

Hi, my name is Matthew Booth. I was at Driff school around this time and would like to hear from some of my old classmates such as James Dixon or Johnathon Longbottom et al.
I am now an Energy Buyer for a UK division of PepsiCo Inc. (who would have thought that the boy from Driff would have gone on to be a senior purchasing manager for one of the biggest companies on the planet - not me). I worked in Shoulers for a couple of years before going to the Abbotoir in Carnaby, then moved to Lincoln. I have a 6 yr old son called Oliver. I would like to hear from anyone who remembers me.

gmeacock
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Post by gmeacock » Thu Sep 06, 2001 2:58 pm

Oh God - Driffield School - the memories are coming back - must take more pills :) I heard the new head after John Harrison retired was taking up valuable breathing space. Is John still running the Rugby Club?

Disco_Dunk
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Post by Disco_Dunk » Wed Jan 16, 2002 1:51 pm

Does anyone remember Mr Coultas (Computer Studies) who use to scare all the Girls by playing with his knackers under the desk.

edbeer
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Post by edbeer » Wed Jan 16, 2002 6:45 pm

I remember him
He was kind enough not to realise that I skived virtually an entire year of maths in the 6th form

James Sykes
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Post by James Sykes » Wed Jan 23, 2002 9:47 pm

Hi Guys,

Great to see all you people still communicating etc!

I love Driff still. My folks moved there last year. I live in Oxford now & work for BP Oil in Retail Marketing. I used to play the Trumpet a lot at school and hung around with Mike Godwin & Stephen Newlove.

Any one seen Siobhan Palmer recently?

I used to live at Carnaby and Harry Benson and his wife & friends were having a meal at the Ferns Farm there. I shouted "Harry" at him loudly and got bollocked after the next parents evening! I also told Mr. Toon, (ponce), to piss off!

Hi to Mike Godwin etc!

Cheers,

James.

Dalesdesigns
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Post by Dalesdesigns » Sat Feb 02, 2002 12:21 pm

Does anyone remember going to Spier's with Mr Archer? (Music Teacher)
If you do I would like to hear from you.

Debbie
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Post by Debbie » Fri Mar 08, 2002 11:06 am

Hi-ya everybody,

You've left me to remember most of these teachers who have all taught me at the secondary school. I remember Mr Fell, Mr Toon, Mr Archer, Mr Windass, Ms Spirit who taught my brother Gary, Mr Coultas and Mr Benson - his wife taught me in the junior school. I remember a Matthew, I think.

I hope some people will remember me? Please feel free to e-mail me, ok? Thanks.

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