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    Quote Originally Posted by jhluxton View Post
    Fascinating - I actually worked at Margaret Beavan as a supply teacher there during the spring term of 1987. I also went a back a few times for meetings just before the school closed. I see that you appear to have made it up into what looks like the attic. When I was there that was out of bounds to the children and even staff were reluctant to go up there and I never did!
    Ayup,
    The attic was my fave place in here, the light was excellent. If I'm honest we weren't really allowed up there either lol.
    Do you have any idea what the room 3rd from last in my pics was used for? the one with all the pics on the far wall?

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    super report was good to get back out with some of the old crew

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tbolt View Post
    Ayup,
    The attic was my fave place in here, the light was excellent. If I'm honest we weren't really allowed up there either lol.
    Do you have any idea what the room 3rd from last in my pics was used for? the one with all the pics on the far wall?
    No Sorry - that looks like an attic room. The school remained open for some time after I left but was always under threat of closure. When it did close some of the remaining permanent staff and children transferred to the school where I worked for much of my career about 2 miles away. It may be that children were allowed up there again as a new head teacher took over sometime in the 1990s.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PORKY PIG View Post
    super report was good to get back out with some of the old crew
    Cheers Mr pig
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