Briscoe Lane Primary School – Miss Lambert’s class of 1957

1 Oct

Briscoe Lane Primary School – Miss Lambert’s class of 1957. Courtesy of F. Turner.

Briscoe Lane Primary School – Miss Lambert’s class of 1957. Courtesy of F. Turner.

Briscoe Lane Primary School in Newton Heath – Class of 1957, taken in the inner courtyard.

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Back row from left: 1. Willie Mulane 2. Malcolm Malone 3. Alfred Percival 4. Barry (UNKNOWN?)  5. (UNKNOWN?) 6. Graham (UNKNOWN?) 7. Charles Hampson 8. (UNKNOWN?) 9. (UNKNOWN?) 10. Miss Lambert.

3rd row from left:  11. Paul Nugent 12. Valerie Cosgrove 13. (UNKNOWN?) 14. Pauline Brogan 15. Jacqueline (UNKNOWN?) 16. Brenda (UNKNOWN?) 17. Suzanne (UNKNOWN?) 18. Barbara Wilson 19. (UNKNOWN?).

2nd row from left: 20. Susan Hughes 21. Sheila Black 22. Pamela Coucher 23. (UNKNOWN?) 24. (UNKNOWN?)  25. Glenis Turner 26. (UNKNOWN?) 27. (UNKNOWN?)

Front row from left: 28. David Horrocks 29. (UNKNOWN?)

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10 Responses to “Briscoe Lane Primary School – Miss Lambert’s class of 1957”

  1. Anonymous February 29, 2016 at 2:58 pm #

    I left briscoe lane school (miss lamberts class) in 1966. I have kept in touch with a few old classmates Janet Chadwick, Gary Kendal, Steve mc’cartney, I also kept in touch with Peter Higgins until his sad passing away, I often wonder how David Jenkins is I think he moved to Wales,he used to live next door to my Aunty and uncle

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  2. A. Nobody September 14, 2015 at 4:09 pm #

    I remember Lambert. Never got over the abject humiliation she subjected me to when I had the temerity to ask a question. Whole class laughed in my face. Never again would I dare to ask any teacher a question.

    I can remember the following children in my class: Graham Lang, Alfred Percival, Stephen Whitehead, Charlie Hampson, Jimmy Nicholson, Hilary Hall, Kay Beard, Pauline Brogan, David Donbavand, Ann Haig, Alan Reeves, Brenda Farrington and Geoffrey Thingie who could recite the whole of Tennyson’s Hiawatha.

    I suggest Brenda Unknown in the third row is the aforementioned Brenda Farrington.

    This photo was taken before I arrived: Mr. Bannister was Acting Head at the time until Wareham took over (lack of honorific intentional). Mr. Bannister stood in for Lambert once – he gave me an Honour Mark during the lesson even though I gave an incorrect answer. I wish he’d been my main teacher.

    Bitter?

    Ya think?

    A. Nobody.

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    • Dave November 15, 2015 at 5:07 pm #

      You are spot on a nobody unless you were clever and blonde hair blue eyes and were pretty you asked a question at your own peril bannister was the worse awful man

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      • Dave November 15, 2015 at 5:12 pm #

        Further my recent post I must say the only teachers who I thought were decent people were miss lambert who I had for two terms and miss sparrow,

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  3. Christine hope August 18, 2013 at 1:47 pm #

    Hi history me. I Amin the photograph next to miss lambert I know most of the pupils in the class not in order but there were Irene moores Janice orton Stuart risby Roy Percival Barbara whelan Susan brown cathy astle who had twin sisters older than her geoffrey blis Alan atherley June higham carol Hampson If this photo was ten year olds because the birth year was 1947 maybe it’s right later went to brookdale park school it would be lovely to hear from anybody on that photo. Christine hope

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    • historyme August 20, 2013 at 3:02 pm #

      Hi Christine. Very nice to hear from you and thank you for all the information. If its not too much trouble. Is there any chance you could put the names next to the numbers in the pictures, including yourself, so I can update it. Hopefully, more people will get in touch as well, so we can get all the names and any more details. If you have any more photographs, it would be great to post them on here as well. Glad you enjoyed the post as well.

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    • Dave November 15, 2015 at 7:26 pm #

      Hi Christine ,I hope I’m not putting to many posts on here in one day,I was at briscoe lane till1966 much later than you but I recognise some of the names through their younger siblings .but I at once recognised my cousin June higham on the photo but I’m sorry to say she passed away six years ago,

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  4. Christine hope June 25, 2013 at 3:13 pm #

    The year you should be looking at is 1957 not the other miss lamberts class

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    • Christine hope June 25, 2013 at 3:20 pm #

      Recognise most of my class mates there is only two I don’t recognise at all I remember I used to sit next to Roy. Percival in the class. Mr thorn burrow was a good headmaster I used to ask miss lambert to help me with my cross stitch to turn round the corner of the material and for fun she used to turn me round on the spot. Christine Hope

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      • historyme June 26, 2013 at 9:45 am #

        Hi Christine. Very nice to hear from you and thank you for taking the time to share your memories. Its a great photograph.

        Are you in the photograph yourself? Do you know any of the missing names? And do you know if indeed this was taken in 1957?

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