Driffield School 79-84

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neil k
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Driffield School 79-84

Post by neil k » Sun Nov 19, 2000 9:58 pm

Anyone out there who remembers Mr Benson taking his false teeth out in a sience lesson or at school in this era get in touch

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Post by Michael » Sun Nov 19, 2000 10:17 pm

Now you are bringing back some memories.....
'Harry Benson' with his Lada Estate complete with a Jack Russell in the back, parked near the lower school science rooms ....
and of course his 'Talking' false teeth !!!!

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Post by edbeer » Thu Dec 07, 2000 10:17 am

What was the name of the lower school science teacher who used to wear a tweed jacket with yellow armpits ?

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Post by Michael » Thu Dec 07, 2000 10:41 pm

Do you mean Mr Bob 'Dinky' Dales

He sadly died - suddenly about 3 years ago.

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Post by edbeer » Fri Dec 08, 2000 8:13 pm

How sad, he never taught me I had Mrs Bellamy
She was barking, along with Mr Fell Ms Spirit Mr Toon , Paddy White , God bless em all !

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Post by mark45000 » Sat Dec 23, 2000 9:12 pm

Here's one to jog your memory ..........
Mr. Windass , with his trademark nicotene
stained hair !!! Not forgetting 'Gobby Wray' ......the man whose head looked as though it would explode at any moment if your pencils were not sharp !!!!

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Post by JulianT » Tue Jul 03, 2001 4:44 pm

Gobby Ray - You put your set square on your t square NOT IN FREEHAND!!! I also remeber seeing Ms spirit retire whilst I was there. Also Mr Benson -The teeth hurler was good freinds with my Late Grandad Frank Thompson. There's not manyteachers left from when I was their and thats only hmmm 10 years ago.

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Post by mark45000 » Tue Jul 03, 2001 9:02 pm

Who has some great memories of Spiers Bank then?? Out in the middle of nowhere, those crappy ghost stories that the teachers used to tell and everyones awful attempts at cooking in the kitchen house!!!

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Post by edbeer » Wed Jul 04, 2001 11:06 am

Spiers HAH

Heres a worrying thought
My neice is going there today
Now I remeber what I used to (want to ) get up too ..........

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Post by robone » Wed Jul 04, 2001 1:05 pm

I remember Mr. Jackson, or Hitler, as he was fondly known, being the deputy head, & his ugly missus was a history teacher there, same as him,....

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