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Brudenell Council School, Welton Road
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Undated, Taken in early 1900s Brudenell Council School was a mixed school for infants, juniors and seniors.

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Name:
Ken Stubbs

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I was a pupil at this school from September 1948 to July 1952. It was then known as Brudenell Secondary Modern School.

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Margaret Cobbett (née Collie)

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I attended Brudenell Infants' School from 1952 to 1955. We lived in Norwood Grove, which ran up from Welton Road along the left hand side of the school building. The other end of Norwood Grove came out into Victoria Road.

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Paula Locke

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My father, Ivan Locke went to Brudenell School in 1946 - 1951.

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james metcalfe

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my family owned the builders yard opposite from 87 to 98.i can remember watching them demolish the school.does anyone have a photo of our old yard.we developed it into 11 flats and sold it on in 98.i had some good times working down there.

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john bean

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I attended Brudenell school from 1959-1964 and was fortunate to be head boy in that final year. Although I had lived in the locality until I started at the school having left Burley road primary, I continued to attend even though I lived opposite one of the newest schools in Leeds at that time (Abbey Grange). That final years rugby league team was the most succesful the school had ever produced and for me i was also fortunate to be a team member. Wonderful years.

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Maureen Kershaw

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I attended Brudenell Infants from 1952 and spent a lot of time crying. I hated school but my sister Barbara was head girl of the secondary school and loved it. Her best friend was, and still is, Audrey (nee Locke). One of Audrey's brothers was Ivan (see comments from Paula Locke). During my return to Brudenell in the early 60's, the Head was Mr Kirk, Miss Bennett taught French. I hated P E and Games which were held at Bedford Field. My friend Jackie Mills and I used to sneak away from hockey, catch the bus to town and go listen to the lastest pop records in the listening booths at Vallances.! I hated school and left at Easter 1964 when I was just 15 - went straight to work and loved it.

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Razwana Parveen

Comment:
I attended Brudenell Primary school in the 1980's and was really gutted when they demolished it. I myself and rest of my family have some good memories of that school and teachers/students. Really miss it. Does anybody have anymore photos of this school

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Doug Malsbury

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I started at Brudenell Infants in Sept 1951 (I still have the letter from Headmistress Miss Moore telling my mother when to bring me along)I then left for 4 years at Queens Road, returning to the Secondary School in Sept 1957. The only teacher I remember was Keith McLellen who was captain of Leeds RL team at the time. I think the Headmaster was Mr Curry(?) I was only there for 3 months, then we left to live in Worcs. Pity they had to demolish this fine building - I see from browsing this superb website that some schools have been saved and converted for other uses.

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Anne (Dodgson) Longfellow

Comment:
I was in the infants at Brudenell 1949-51, then returned from Queens Road to Brudenell 1954 - 1958. At first, I didn't want to return because I remembered that the wind had blown dust into my eyes! and, in Class 2, I'd got a splinter in my bottom from one of the chairs!! Apart from a spot of bullying early on, I got to enjoy Brudenell - Miss Bennett kept us well on the straight and narrow - and I did well in English and French and sport, gaining my athletics colours. Who remembers Keith McLellan as sports master? Wow. He was the Australian captain of Leeds Rugby League when they won the cup in 1957, I think it was, but the sports master before him, Mr Cooper, was brutal with his bamboo cane, which he used without mercy on the boys.

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Joyce Armitage (nee Whitaker)

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I attended Brudenell School between 1960-64. I'd previously attended Queens Road School. Some names of the teachers I remember - Miss Cowling PE teacher, Miss Stables, Mr Greenwood and Mr Kirk. I remember attending the wedding of Miss Cowling in Woodlesford with the hockey team and the girls made an arch of hockey sticks outside the church for the bride and groom to walk through.

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barbara Mills(nee Greenwood)

Comment:
I attended Brudenell Secondary School from 1948 to 1952. I was in the netball and rounders team. Mrs Martin was the PE teacher. I also rember Miss Griffin, Mr Dickinson and Mr Whittaker. My best friend was Diana Howey.

Date:
08-Jan-2009

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mills-barbara@Sky.com

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Doug Malsbury

Comment:
Additional to my comment above - does anyone remember where we used to go for games? Each "year" piled on to a couple of corporation double deckers and went to playing fields in the general direction of Lawnswood for the morning or afternoon.(this arrangement was also used at Queen`s Road) When I arrived in Worcestershire every school I went to or played against had its own playing fields.It was a different world!

Date:
11-Jan-2009

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wjdmalsbury@btinternet.com

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dennis moody

Comment:
i went to brudenell from 1947 to 51 mr curry was headmaster, mr barret taught tech. drawing.mr whittaker taught music, mr lester did pt,mr cooper did french.mr coultas did science,mr dickinson was my teacher for a year. miss walton took art & crafts we used to walk to becketts park for games sessions. boys learnt woodwork and metalwork in aworkshop outside in the playground.names i remember ken golding john spencer,harry hill,barry wade.

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13-May-2009

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Sally Neish nee Adcock

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Re Doug Malsbury's query about the playing fields near Lawnswood, weren't they called Bedquilts or something like that? Probably belonged to a mattress factory!!!! I remember being herded eluctantly there in the dead of winter on dank Friday afternoons and being forced to attempt hearty exercise!

Date:
31-Jul-2009

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john bean

Comment:
Nice to see a gathering set of comments,I too recall those teachers mentioned by Joyce. Miss (Joan)Cowling married Derek Flint, I got into playing badminton due to Joan and played at the same club near Woodlesford (Oulton badminton club)Derek played there too. Sadly I don't recall Joyce or Maureen but other pupils around that time were, Brian Haigh, Norman Banham,Phil Moreland,John Hodgson & Andrew Gledhill. Mr Barratt was a teacher there too at the time and had been the games master before the dreaded Mr Cooper with his huge bunch of keys.He used to throw these at the floor whenever a boy made a noise or dropped gym equipment and made then fetch the slipper from the locker the keys fitted! I recall being taught for a short while by Lewis Jones (Leeds RLFC) who taught art! Bedquilts was the sports field and its still there, recalling many happy hours spent playing rugby on Saturday mornings in all weathers, going home on the bus covered in mud, as there were no changing rooms or showers in those days.

Date:
27-Aug-2009

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beanj@btinternet.com

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Terry Winter

Comment:
I attended school from 1954/1959 having stayed an extra year sitting for the RSA certificate. teachers were Ms. Bennett, Mr. Dickinson, Mr Barrett who I was tutored under. Would love to hear from classmates around 1956 period.I believe the railings were removed during the WW11 period

Date:
03-Dec-2009

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terbar29@live.com

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David Weatherson

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I was there as an Infant in 1955 to 58 and then as senior school from 1963 to 1968. My science teacher was Mrs Fulford. It was her first teaching post having just qualified. 45 years on and she is coming to stay with us between Christmas and New Year. She did actually introduce me to my wife. Mr Barratt was my Technical drawing and Maths teacher. I still think about him when I am trying to calculate the area of a triangle. The Metal work teacher was Harry Gamble, Geography was Mr Dickinson. Many thanks to them for pointing me in the right career direction. I hope your days at Brudenell were as good as mine.

Date:
16-Dec-2009

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davidweatherson@googlemail.com

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Patricia

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I came for a short time to this school . In 1962 . Because my family had just moved to Hyde park corner in Leeds and bought a little newsagents .shop . I was 14 at that time . we came from down south . I was very scared I remember . . I became more popular when the other children realized I had a sweetie shop . I made a nice friend think she was called Jeanette beasley . .

Date:
31-Mar-2010

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Les and Margaret Cartwright

Comment:
We both attended this school, my wife until 1951 and I from 1942-1845. I remember the teachers were Mr.Scott(history)Miss.Robinson(geography),Mr.Barratt(maths.)Mr.Coultas(science).During the last year, we combined with all other public schools to put on a P.T. display at Roundhay Park in front of the Duke of Gloucester. We all trained at our own schools and we were quite proud of this display.

Date:
18-Aug-2010

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york1959@tpg.com.au

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Jane Martin now Holmes

Comment:
I attended Brudenell from 1960 to 1963 when along with my family we emigrated to Australia. I can recall Mrs Bennett who taught French and I think Mr Green taught Art. I cannot recall any of the names of any of my classmates I am sad to say apart from Anne Aves who moved to Basingstoke. Also I had a friend who kept lots of mice but cannot recall her name. I would love to hear from anyone who can remember me and I love to hear about those days. I do remember sitting next to a girl whose parents had a fish and chip shop but again cannot recall her name.

Date:
05-Dec-2010

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Kevin Brook

Comment:
1963-1968 Had some great times at school not very good at most subjects but very good at sport,some great mates Perry Hullah,Graham Moses,John Fattorini(whatever happened to him) Billy Kane,and his brothers esp,Stephen (Sid)Left school to become apprentice telephone engineer with B.T.,then started own security company,and finally to being High Court Enforcement Officer (who would of that of me and my dodgy school pals

Date:
29-Dec-2010

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kevin.brook4@btinternet.com

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john livingston

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1950 until 1955,looking back they where good days,and during the last years,Mr Dickinson was the class teacher.sorry to hear orignal building in the picture no longer there!!emigrated to South Africa 1964/5

Date:
20-Feb-2011

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johnliv@telkomsa.nett

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lindosland

Comment:
I have recently created a Wikipedia article on Brudenell School Leeds with photographs taken in 1949 and 1978 (I'm the little lad 3rd from right on the wall). Maybe you can add to it?

Date:
02-Apr-2011

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Alice Thompson

Comment:
When I started Brudenell it was only a Primary school - I was just 5 years old and it would have been in 1981. I had Mr Dobson for the first day - who I loved dearly and thought wonderful - but it turned out later than he was a raging queen and it didn't sit well with the school or parents - my memories are vague - but I think he was chucked out for a time due to the controversy. Mrs Whitaker was in charge of things for a while I think - she was quite feared by many and seemed strict. Mr Strover and Mrs Macle-Hatton were the teachers of the top year - I had Mr Strover starting in the year starting September 1984. He was really very hard working with the kids. Then we had Mrs Taylor for remedial classes.

Date:
07-Jul-2011

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David Martin

Comment:
I attended Brudenell Infants School (ground floor of main building) from 1950-52. I then went back to the Secondary School from 1956-60. Miss Hall was an unusual teacher in the infants school !Always wore a pinafore and kept her false teeth in the pocket !! The secondary school was enjoyable. Mr Curry was Headmaster and he left when Mr Kirk came. I never remember Lewis Jones teaching there as someone states ? It was Keith McLellan, and we went to Wembley to see Leeds RL win the Challenge Cup in 1957. Keith came over and brought the trophy to our end to show us. We went to Bedquilts in Adel (still there today) for sports, and also cross country running. Horrendous !! Miss Stables was great. There was Mrs Dearnley (Music) Mr Dickinson (nice chap), Mr Cole, Mr Skinner, Mr Bell, Miss Armitage, Mr Hodgson, Mr Dobbs, Miss Fox, Mr Westmoreland (Art) Miss Benjamin who hit you with the bristles of a hand brush !! Miss Bennett taught French and also played the organ at Adel Church.Miss Griffin was Senior Mistress and later became Head of Sandford Girls School in Bramley. They were happy days and I remember Trevor Tyas, John McAndrew, Howard Bell, Malcolm Siddall, Judith Leader, Norman Griffiths, Geoffrey Brook, Jean Tillotson, Marlene Jones, Valerie Jeffries, Pat Barnes, Malcolm Stead, Bruce Naylor etc.I recently received the MBE for 'Services to the Community' in Leeds and learnt a great deal about 'caring' from Brudenell School and of course other places/people.

Date:
25-Aug-2011

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Charles Evans

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I attended Brudenell between 1952 and 1955. My first teacher was Mr Arnold,and my final year was with Mr Barratt. The pupils I can remember are Stanley Burke, John Pepper, June Milner, Kathleeen Parker and Valerie Staniforth. Mr Curry was the Head and other teachers included Mr Whitaker, Miss Griffin and Miss Bennet. My sister Jean Ann also went to Brudenell and so did my wife Betty Law. I would love to hear from anyone who remembers any of these pupils names as I would really like to know what happened to any of them and where they are now.

Date:
08-Sep-2011

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charles@ukevans.com

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john bean

Comment:
I can assure David Martin re-comments regards Lewis Jones at Brudenell, that he did teach there around 1963-64 David had already left by then, so missed him.

Date:
14-Sep-2011

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beanj@btinternet.com

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Ian Cummings

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I went to Brudenell Secondary School until leaving three months before my 15th birthday in 1958. I remember Messrs: Curry Cooper; Dickinson; and Cole and a NZ teacher called Tandy who was there for a while. I also remember Ms' Moody, Bennet and Curnock. I remember hating the free milk and was happy in winter when it became frozen and undrinkable. Despite some good teachers, I did not do to well at the school resulting in my being in the lowest R (removed) classes mostly due to poor maths. My friends were Martin Dawes, Robert Martel, Stewart Courson and John Chambers. I left school and became an apprentice motor mechanic, but joined Royal Navy, shortly after leaving the RN I emigrated to Australia. I started a business, went to Newcastle University NSW, first part-time Majored in Education and then complete a PhD. I retired as an Official of a UN agency a few years ago and now live in Thailand with my Thai wife - strange things happen after Brudenell.

Date:
21-Oct-2011

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Pat Scholefield

Comment:
I attended Brudenell Secondary Modern School from 1960 to 1964, I remember Joyce Whitaker, Margaret & Barbarba Simpson, Rita Holdsworth, Barbara Day & Susan Pope (I am still in contact with Susan and Barbara) fond memories.

Date:
08-Jan-2012

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Edwin Bellwood

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I went to Brudenell in 1954 just as winter started. We had just returned to England from 7 years in South Africa. On my first day I thought I had come to meet Charles Dickens. Things got worse, I was made to don shorts and get on a bus to somewhere called "bedquilts" to play football. The field was covered in thick frost. I had never been so cold in my life. I have had a distinct dislike of football ever since. I left school in 1956 and joined the RAF as a boy entrant. I left the RAF in 1973 to take a post with an American oil refinery at Immingham and retired in 1999. I spent my time in retirement restoring an old Rolls Royce and carried on private flying.

Date:
08-Apr-2012

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rr.shadow@ntlworld.com

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Name:
John Bean

Comment:
Dave Martin comments on some school pals he recalls. One being my cousin Malcolm Stead,other cousins of mine who attended this school were, Susan and Frank Henderson who at that time lived on Cardigan Lane.Susan has lived in New Zealand since the mid seventies and Frank in Chesire.

Date:
17-May-2012

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beanj@btinternet.com

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Dennis Dickson

Comment:
I also attended Brudenell secondary school from 1957 to 1961 and can remember some of teachers mentioned. I also played rugby for the school during this period and was part of the cross country team ( I use to run round woodhouse moor for training and also round the school several times for training). I also use to be taken to a field in headingley for pt training and Blenheim school for swimming lessons. I also remember taking 10 wacks of Mr Currys cane for climbing onto roof (shinning up a drain pipe) of entrance to school to retrieve a cricket ball lost while playing cricket in the play ground. I also attended Queens Road school as an infant from 1951 to 1961. HAPPY MEMORIES. Over last 5 years have been enjoying company with my wife of Margaret Toulson who also attended Brudenell school around the same time.

Date:
22-Aug-2012

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Maureen Edwards

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I went to brudenell school in 1961 I remember a girl who was called Valerie milliner and a girl called Barbara o Donald I remember mr green and I can remember mr bottomly he used to hit you on your knuckles

Date:
16-Sep-2012

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Kevin rickett

Comment:
A little bit vague remembering how long i was here for at Brudenell School (1yr i think) It was in the 60s for sure and then moved on to Royal Park Middle School on Queens Road. I am 50yrs old now but still remember going there and how the time has passed since then! Anyone here reading this and remembers me please e-mail me and let me know!

Date:
05-Dec-2012

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kevin.rickett@yahoo.co.uk

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Carol Skidmore Short

Comment:
I attended Brudenell infants about 1946 then Queens Rd ,Bellview Rd, Crossgates and Thoresby.Iremember taking a nap in the afternoon We lived then in the Rillbanks.I have many wonderful memories of school and friendships.I have lived in Indiana for over 40 yrs still miss home

Date:
15-Jun-2013

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leedslass2005@aol.com

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Diane Moore (Maude)

Comment:
I remember what year I left Brudenell. It was Easter 1972,cannot remember what year I started. Something like 1968/69. Myself and a few other girls used to get caught smoking behind the Domestic science shed. Looking at the photo it would have been on the right hand side which was the girls entrance and playground. Happy memories.

Date:
25-Jul-2013

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Paul Foster

Comment:
I attended Brudenell as an infant about 1957, then returned as a senior September 1963 to April 1968. The period inbetween being taken up by the Annex, All Hallows then Queens Road. When I was there the Headmaster was Mr Rex. I well remember his endless conflict with the 'Smokers Union' which blossomed despite regular public canings on tbe stage at assembly. We had some excellent teachers .... Mr Cole for History and Miss Stables for Maths were both shining examples. Other teachers names which spring to mind include Mr Mitchell for PE / Games, Mr Dickinson for Geography, Mr Wade for Art (far too keen on the cane), Miss Baraclough for French (shouted a lot but really attractive), Miss Bennett for RE ("are we lethargic Foster?"), Mr Barrett for Technical Drawing and Maths, Mr Scarf for Music, Miss Huxley and Mr Terry for Science. Football, Rugby etc was played (reluctantly) on Bedquilts fields at Lawnswood, so named because the patchwork layout resembled a bed quilt. Some pupils names in my class were Alan Cokill, Robert Cherry, Lorraine Bell, Pamela Hunter, Ann Round, John Wilson, Peter Ogley, Stephen Bland, John Harrison and Chris Rodgers.

Date:
15-Sep-2013

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pzfoster@ntlworld.com

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John Bean

Comment:
I recall many of the teachers mentioned by Paul Foster. My main recollection of Mr Wade was his habit of wearing a shirt, tie and round neck jumper together, with the tie on the outside of his jumper. After all he was Scottish. Miss Bennett with her sarcastic remarks, although accepted as on the ball humour today. She taught us French and remarkably always managed to involve me in reading or translating etc when getting the class started. She used, 'let's start in the centre of the room' ME, 'let's go alphabetically' ME, 'those who play in the school rugby team' ME or swimming team ME. Years later whilst on holiday in France I asked a barman for some drinks, he returned and began to speak in French, when I eventually stopped him and explained I was actually English, he congratulated me on my accent. Thanks to Miss Bennett putting the finger on me so much, it must have stuck.

Date:
20-Nov-2013

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beanj@btinternet.com

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Keith Spark

Comment:
I attended Brudenell School infant's Starting in 1949 then went on to St Michaels C of E Headingley Junior.Then back to Senior school. I left at Christmas 1959 and started work 1st Jan 1960. (the last 1st Jan that was not a Bank Holiday.} Mr Curry,Mr Kirk, Keith McLellan et Madamoiselle Bennett, are fond memories. Many of the lads in my final year went on to be successfull rugby players in Yorkshire teams. My brother Brian and our family lived in Richmond Avenue and walked to School with Richard Batley and John Hitchen.

Date:
07-Feb-2014

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John Bean

Comment:
Adding to Keith Spark's comment, I was pals with his brother Brian and have a mob photo of a few of us from that era, the day many of them left school, only a handful 'stayed on' to do the 5th year.

Date:
23-Feb-2014

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beanj@btinternet.com

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Jeanne spence

Comment:
I was a pupil at Brudenell in the early 1960 s. I remember the first lesson with Mr. Cole. He went round the classroom giving us the meaning of our surnames. He was very strict but kind and caring when necessary. The teacher I dreaded most was Mr Skinner who taught R.E but was extremely fond of using strenuously using the cane. I liked Mr Bell (science & biology) even though he walked round with a chair leg in his hand. Oh happy days!!! Imagine board rubbers being thrown at children nowadays?!. I think Mr Gorman taught History. Miss hetherington English, but does anyone remember who was the cookery teacher? Also as I was part of the boom babies just after the war, there were twice as many children in our year than normal. As a result, one of the very first lessons we had was how NOT to faint during Assembly.Mr Curry was the Headmaster and would hand out a detention to anyone who dared to cough during assembly. Then they say schooldays are the happiest days ofnyourmlife. I can't remember many names from those days except Gillian Vines ( who Mr Skinner caned till her hands bled ,astrid Torski, and Marion Sedgewick there are lots of others whose faces I can remember but not their names. Please get in touch if you remember me.

Date:
07-Mar-2014

Email:
jeannetaylor5@hotmail.com

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Name:
Angela Douglas

Comment:
I wondered if you have any photographs of mrs Etheringtons class,Hodgson House , Lawnswood school ,Leeds 1978-1980

Date:
11-Mar-2014

Email:
Angeladrake@icloud.com

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Name:
terry garbutt

Comment:
I attended brudenell sec mod school from 1945to1949 having moved from burley road c p school 1939to1945 anyone remember going to school camp in that period it was situated on the moors above addingham nr ilkley it seamed a long way away at the time we were billeted in two large nissan huts previousley used by the army it was the first time most of us had been on a holiday we had great times with the teachers organising games and outings happy memories

Date:
21-Mar-2014

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tg018t3840@blueyonder.co.uk

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jesse chana

Comment:
i attended brudenell school from 1969-1972, very fond memories.

Date:
25-Mar-2014

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jakkchana@hotmail.ca

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Name:
Geoff Handley

Comment:
My grandma went to Brudnel and also returned as a dinner lady, her name was Irene Handley there was also another dinner lady called Ann Priestly, does anyone remember these names ??

Date:
05-May-2014

Email:
handleygw@btinternet.com

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Name:
Norma Spink (nee Brunskill)

Comment:
I attended this school, 1947-1951 and remember a lot of the teachers mentioned. Only pupil I vaguely remember was Barbara Greenwood, I also remember a Kaye Palmer, Winifred Goss, Pamela Robinson and Eunice Metcalfe among others. Such along time ago, but very happy times.

Date:
29-May-2014

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