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Search Aspect ( Burley National School )
Location - Leeds & District

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Burley Church of England School, Class Photograph (Burley) (1 comment)
Black & White image1954/55. View of the children of Miss Ward's class at Burley Church of England School, c1954 to 1955. The pupils are named as follows: Top row, from left to right, 1.)Alan Swaby 2.)Terry Osborne 3.)Stuart Carnall 4.)Malcolm Anderson 5.)Steven Smith 6.)Clive Herd 7.)John Hay 8.)John Hassall 9.)Paul Nicholson 10.)Miss Ward. Second row, from left to right 1.)Dawn Bolkovac 2.)? 3.)? 4.)Susan Thompson 5.)Susan Perkins 6.)Kathy Mellor 7.)Pat Boniface 8.)Susan Tate 9.)Eliza Dean. Third row, from left to right, 1.)? 2.)? 3.)? 4.)? 5.)? 6.)Joan Garner 7.)Lorraine Whitaker 8.)Darien Stockdale 9.)Andrea Nicholson 10.)Joyce Robertshaw 11.)Christine Bolton 12.)Rita Tyson. Bottom row, from left to right, 1.)Laurie Herbert 2.)? 3.)John Craven 4.)Tony Walker 5.)? 6.)Michael Moran 7.)? 8.)Nigel Reedman 9.)Raymond Fielding. Burley C. of E. School is located on a split site on either side of Burley Road at the junction with Cardigan Lane. Nowadays, it is known as Burley St. Matthias C. of E. Primary School and at one time was known as Burley National School.
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Burley Road, Cardigan Lane (Burley) (39 comments)
Black & White image23rd December 1968. Looking north-west along Burley Road at the junction with Cardigan Lane, where St Matthias School can be seen. On the road is a car, two vans and a number 50 bus going to Horsforth. On the pavement is a man holding a motorcycle, with some people at a bus stop behind.
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Class Photograph, Burley C. of E. School (Burley) (8 comments)
Black & White imagec1955/56. Pupils of Burley C. of E. School pose for a class photograph taken c1955/56. It is entitled "Burley Church Junior Mixed School". Some of the children can be identified as follows: Top row (from left to right): (1)Kevin Vincent, (2)Alan Swaby, (3)Keith McKenny (4)Stuart Carnall, (5)Ian McKercher (6)Steven Goatcher (7)Richard Hurst (8)Colin White (9)Nigel Reedman, (10)Paul Donnally 2nd row (from left to right): (1)Robert Wilson (2)Paul Smithson (3)David Flynn, (4)William Morrell (5)Martin Wilkinson (6)Paul Jordan, (7)Trevor Smith (8)George Dockray (9)?, (10)David Pressley, (11)Alan Weston 3rd row (from left to right): (1)Pauline Best (2)Pauline Atkinson (3)Susan Spivey (4)Maisy Sugden, (5)Carol Dear (6)Ted Houghton, (7)Elizabeth Essex(8)Denise Wilson (9)Jean Moss (10)Carol Thomson (11)Carol Wilkinson Bottom row (from left to right): (1)Valerie Jeffreys (2)Jimmy McGrath? (3)Margaret Houseman (4)Paul Nicholson, (5) Joyce Robertshaw, (6)Stuart Wightman? (7)Ann Leonard The school is located on a split site on either side of Burley Road at the junction with Cardigan Lane. Nowadays, it is known as Burley St. Matthias C. of E. Primary School. The Gothic style Victorian buildings may also be remembered as Burley Church School or Burley National School. Image and information courtesy of ex-pupil, Paul Nicholson.
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Class Photograph, Burley C.of E. School (Burley) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec1956/57. Image taken in the playground of Burley C. of E. School showing pupils grouped together for a class photograph c1956/57. Top row (from left to right): (1)Alan Swaby, (2)John Hassall, (3)Stuart Carnall, (4)John Hay, (5)Malcolm Anderson, (6)Steven Smith, (7)? (8)John Schofield, (9)Terry Osborne, (10)Kevin Vincent. 2nd row (from left to right): (1)? (2)Darien Stockdale, (3)Dawn Bolkovac, (4)Susan Tate, (5)Susan Thompson, (6)Susan Perkins, (7)Kathy Mellor?, (8)Elizabeth Dean, (9)? (10)Maisy Sugden, (11)? 3rd row (from left to right): (1)?, (2)Rita Tyson, (3)Lorraine Whitaker, (4) Joyce Robertshaw, (5)Angela? Nicholson, (6)Ted Houghton, (7)Christine Bolton, (8)?, (9)?, (10)?, (11)?. Bottom row (from left to right): (1)Raymond Fielding, (2)?, (3)Nigel Reedman, (4) Paul Nicholson, (5)Laurie Herbert? (6)?, (7)Trevor Newton ?, (8)Michael Moran, (9)John Craven, (10)?. The Victorian school buildings were designed in the Gothic style and were originally known as Burley Church School or Burley National School. They occupy a split site at the junction of Burley Road with Cardigan Lane, the site being bisected by Burley Road. Nowadays, this school is known as Burley St. Matthias C. of E. Primary School. Image and information courtesy of Paul Nicholson.
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