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Blenheim County Secondary School (Woodhouse) (8 comments)
Black & White imageSummer 1955. Sketch by D. Lister depicting Blenheim County Secondary School located in Blenheim Walk. The school became a secondary modern school c1952. Alterations were made to the building in 1955 in order to erect new form rooms on the top floor and to transform the ground floor into wood and metal workshops. Previously, pupils had attended Quarry Mount centre to study these subjects. 'Inside sanitation' was also to be provided to improve facilities for the boys.
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Blenheim County Secondary School, new library (Woodhouse)
Black & White imageSummer 1955. Image shows pupils of Blenheim County Secondary School in Blenheim Walk in the recently converted school library. There are a number of tables for reading and study and two boys are engrossed in a game of chess. The library contained around 1600 books and half of these were non-fiction. Sporting trophies, including a shield, are on display on top of the shelving.
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Blenheim First XIII, Blenheim County Secondary School (Woodhouse) (2 comments)
Black & White image1954-1955. Image shows the Blenheim First XIII team of Blenheim County Secondary School. On the back row, from left to right, are D. Lambert, M. Appleyard, K. Jones, P. Smith (captain), K. Evetts, G. Jones and D. Furness. On the front row, from left to right, are N. Whitaker, J. Armitage, L. Brown, B. Wilson, M. Wilks and G. Marwood. The team retained both the Sheldon Shield and the Wilson Trophy for a second year. They got to the final of the Yorkshire and Leeds-Hunslet cups but lost to Hunslet St. Josephs at Parkside.
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Gymnastic Tableaux, Blenheim County Secondary School (Woodhouse)
Black & White imageSummer 1955. Image shows young gymnasts of Blenheim County Secondary School performing a 'gymnastic tableaux'. On the back row, from left to right, are Peter Purdy, Leonard Norton and Jeffrey Flint. On the middle row, from left to right are Charles Walker (with arms outstretched) and Peter Chew. Jeffrey Wormald is at the front. Some of the boys were to be chosen to perform an advanced gymnastics display for Children's Day in Roundhay Park.
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