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> Schools You Went To..., Come on add your schools here...
wee sammy
post 11th Aug 2005, 11:48pm
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St roberts dont ask any questions
bellarmine secondary 1970 that was when Rover was PUP laugh.gif
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post 12th Aug 2005, 12:44am
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O.H.R primary. (Clydebank)
St Mary`s (Duntocher)
St Stephens ( Dalmuir)
O.H.R secondary (Clydebank)
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post 26th Aug 2005, 09:44pm
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Burbrae 1961-1967 Then Craigbank 1967-1971. Loved them both , althought not at the time........ biggrin.gif
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post 26th Aug 2005, 10:14pm
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my first school i can remember was lorne st primary next was scotland st prmry next lambhill st secondary craigbank sec loved theme all when i was there moved around a lot when i was a kid from tradeston to kinning park to nitshill to preisthill to annieslad to mosspark now?
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Sheena blue
post 26th Aug 2005, 10:36pm
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You must have went to Craigbank same time as me John as I was born in 1956 , My maths teacher was Davy Blair, geog, was miss oliphant..........let me know who was in your class, look forward to hearing from you.
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post 27th Aug 2005, 01:15am
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Hi Big woman, just came across your post .Welcome aboard .I don't know when you went to school but it doesn't matter . The main thing is making yourself at home , you'll find were all a wee bit daft but it won't take long to join in the fun . Just visit Betty,or keyboard lane .We make up daft stuff and then run with it ,Enjoy it and have a laugh.jakka


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post 27th Aug 2005, 02:36am
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I went to St Rollox, then went to Quarriers Homes in Bridge of Weir for rest of my schooling...
Don't remember much about St Rollox as was just 7 yrs old when I left. biggrin.gif
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post 27th Aug 2005, 08:16pm
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Much as i hate to give away my age .
My first School was St Josephs North Woodside Road Primary in 1934 until 1940 .
Then St Columbs'a Senior Secondary ~School in : Callander Street until I left at 14 in 1941.

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RobyneErica
post 28th Aug 2005, 07:47am
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Well, I know these are mostly for Scottish Schools, but I thought I'd add mine for fun.

Sunset Elementary in the seventies and eightes (Miami Fl.)
South Miami Junior High and Senior High in the eighties
Indiana University in the nineties
Currently at the University of Oregon AND...
if I am LUCKY, University of Glasgow in a year or two!!!
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Marion Dougan
post 28th Aug 2005, 01:04pm
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You go Robyn, that iis wonderfull. Good Luck you will love Glasgow


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post 28th Aug 2005, 02:29pm
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Levern Primary 'til 1957 then Sir John Stirling Maxwell's to 1961
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post 28th Aug 2005, 07:29pm
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Hi MissT....welcome tae the Boards ...hope ye enjoy yersel......

I was interested that you went to Quarriers Homes...was that Gryffe School?.....The reason I ask is that I have a foster brother (naw, nuthin' tae dae wi' beer)...we had the same foster mother....and he went to Gryffe....mibbe ye know each other...depending on when you were there.


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post 23rd Sep 2005, 01:47pm
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Well sorry to say , I never thought the school you attended mattered here in Oz , until my nephew went to join the pipe band. Here is the convo , not verbatim , but near enough. " Oh good !! you are a natural on the chanter" " where did you learn to play like that ? " my Granda taught me " "Oh good , well we sure could use your talents " Er !!! whit school did you attend ?? " Bellarmine , Priesthill ,says my nephew" " Oh is that a Catholic school says the Pipe Major
" " aye say's Stevie " OK " the pipe Major says , "we will get in touch with you " Needless to say that never happened"


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post 23rd Sep 2005, 02:26pm
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i went to wee househillwood until they openned gowanbank and back to wee househillwood it was now know as wee sir jakes left there 1969 biggrin.gif
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Sheena blue
post 24th Sep 2005, 10:55am
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I went through school with another kind of predudice, my big sister was dux of Burnbrae one year. When I followed her to Craigbank, every teacher said to me " you cannot possibly be Lynne Campbell,s sister" Not that I was dense I just liked to carry on and laugh. But thinking back all our teenage years I carried a bit of resentment towards my sister, we are both now in our late forties and get on great. But just shows you how teachers can influence your life, without even knowing they are doing it.
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