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iancameron
post 3rd Aug 2005, 06:39pm
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Sir John Stirling Maxwell & Pollok 1951 - 1961.
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Jim Beckett
post 3rd Aug 2005, 10:53pm
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shakespeare st., north kelvinside sen. sec. stow college of engineering.
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Archie Millar
post 4th Aug 2005, 10:20am
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Househillwood primary-1940-1946

Sir John Stirling Maxwell -1946-1950


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Gemini
post 4th Aug 2005, 12:39pm
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St Thomas's Riddrie (still standing)
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post 4th Aug 2005, 12:43pm
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St Thomas's Riddrie (still standing)

St Mark's Shettleston (all gone)
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post 4th Aug 2005, 01:17pm
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Dunard st., Maryhill...most memorable teacher Mrs Francis

North kelvinside(NKS) most memorable teacher Harry Forshawe

Was pretty good at primary school but discovered a wicked sense of humour when i went to NK and that got me in a lot of trouble with the teachers.......lol......Andra
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post 5th Aug 2005, 12:05pm
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Keppochill Primary
Braeside Primary
Glenwood Secondary

Excellent teacher, Mr Hutton at Braeside. A bit of a disciplinarian, and one of those teachers who insisted you write "not joined up" and all short letters had to be same height etc. At least I'm now a neat writer (though you'll never know) lol
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post 6th Aug 2005, 05:18pm
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i wen to golfhill primary and my last one out of 5 then i went to whitehill secondary in white hill street my form teacher was the domestic science teacher mrs paterson i left in 1970 it was a good school then u did not get in unless u worea uniform not like now adays were u can waer anything now ohmy.gif
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post 6th Aug 2005, 05:41pm
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I went to Springfield rd School 1957 and then to Riverside Springfield rd Dalmarnock left in 1962, Lived in Nuneaton st Bridgeton. wink.gif
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lianmy
post 7th Aug 2005, 12:37am
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St Mungo's Primary
Our Lady & St Francis Secondary (Charlotte St)

Williamstown High School - in Melbourne

Favourite teacher at St Mungo's was Miss Sweeney and at Charlotte St Miss Hughes.

At Williamstown High School Mr Forecast excellent teacher.
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post 8th Aug 2005, 03:00am
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St Luke's Primary Ballater Street 1955-1958. Teachers were Miss McClelland and then Miss Rogers. Headmaster was Mr McGoldrick?

St Margaret Mary's Primary Downcraig Road Castlemilk 1958-1961. Teachers were Mr McLaughlin and then Mr Bonnyman. Headmaster was Mr Mullin? Deputy was Mr Darroch.

St Margaret Mary's Secondary Dougrie Road Castlemilk 1961-1966. Form Teacher was Miss Curry and Miss McKee. Headmaster was Mr Fatori and Deputy Head was Mr O'Carroll.

Enjoyed school a lot and have many happy memories of all 3 schools.
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post 8th Aug 2005, 11:31am
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Wee Albert Primary in Springburn
Gairbraid Primary Maryhill
Barmulloch Primary
North Kelvinside Secondary
"The Big Albert" Springburn

As you can see moved about a bit, favourite school was the big Albert.
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cathie213
post 8th Aug 2005, 12:09pm
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Sir John Maxwell's primary (pollokshaws)1949-51
Pollok Acadamy "" 1951-56
Sir John Maxwell secondary " 1956-59

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post 8th Aug 2005, 04:09pm
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Castleton Primary school,Castlemilk 1970-1977
Glenwood secondary High School,Castlemilk 1977-1980
Royal George (canada) 1980-1982
Centennial High School (canada) 1982-1983.


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post 11th Aug 2005, 11:41pm
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st francis gorbals 1946-1949
st roberts househillwood 1949-1952
st bernards nitshill 1952-1956
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