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johnkerr52 Posted 9th Apr 2018, 08:07am
  hi there everyone i went to townhead primary in townhead in 1957 then onto city public secondary which i left when we moved to dennistoun and i went to whitehill senior secondary a great school with good teachers i managed to get 8 o-levels and 4 highers, i looked at my childrens o level papers and there is no comparison to the papers i sat,they are much too easy,education levels are slipping in scotland which is a shame as they used to be great back in my day- john kerr if any of my friends from townhead read this here is my email add.- johnleekerr@yahoo.co.uk ,i would love to hear from you.
norrie123 Posted 7th Apr 2018, 03:00pm
  Hi Weemags, good to see names on the photo
Are you the same person who was on Glescapals web site?

Bye for now, norrie
wee mags Posted 6th Apr 2018, 10:59am
  I went to St Marys School across from the Barraks
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here is a photo I found Iam in it
gormac Posted 27th Mar 2018, 08:59am
  I went to Glasgow High School for Boys as it was known back in the 50s. I hated every day there, under the tyrannic rule of David Lees, Headmaster. A nasty wee short-arse who ruled with tawse and cane, he was universally hated by students and staff alike.
Guest Posted 21st Mar 2018, 10:02pm
  hello there new too this looking for school pictues when i went too hillington primary around 1965 -70 then went too penilee found one on facebook page same year but wrong class remember headmaster was mr barr or mr dunn teachers mrs patrick mrs mccall
castlemilk1970 Posted 1st Aug 2016, 08:11am
  Hi to everyone. Just joined the site. Must be looking back with rose tinted specs but did enjoy my primary school. Windlaw primary,auld jock wallace the janny with his dog turbo and of course auld Gladys henderson the headteacher who carried a great big bunch of keys that you always had time to get away as you heard her way before you seen her thumbup.gif .After that grange secondary ,pretty non descript time. Not any great stand out memories
dizzybint Posted 29th Jul 2016, 07:42am
  Queen mary street Brigton then Dalmarnock school for a year then John st sec. in Tullis st.
bettyearl Posted 25th Jul 2016, 05:23pm
  St Lukes Ballater St Gorbals
St Bonaventures Shettleston
St Marks Oatlands
liked all my schools but preferred my primery best oh! Those carefree days....
bettyearl Posted 25th Jul 2016, 04:50pm
  St Lukes Ballater St Gorbals
St Bonaventures Shettleston
St Marks Oatlands
liked all my schools but preferred my primary best oh! Those carefree days....
Scots Kiwi Lass Posted 17th Jul 2016, 10:05pm
  Sad to say both my primary and secondary schools no longer exist. Springbank School (across the road from where I grew up in Hinshaw Street) was demolished recently. I have many happy memories of going there (1947 to 1953). Then on to North Kelvinside Sec. At the young age of 11, I was learning bookkeeping, followed later with typing, shorthand and commercial arithmetic. Commercial was the only subject I excelled in - all the others were just average for me.

Mind you, I did manage to do a painting in the Kelvingrove Art Gallery as part of a school project. Not sure why I was selected as I was average at art too! Still, good experience I have never forgotten.

I have always regretted not visiting NKS when I was in Glasgow. On my last visit in 2011 the school had been demolished and was being replaced by housing.
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