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1960 - 4th year - Mr. Chivers
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1.  Peter Finch 

2.  Douglas Hopwood 

3.  George Woods 

4.  David Waricker 

5.  ?  

6.  Pamela Reeve 

7.  ?  

8.  John Hughes 

9.  Pauline Marshall 

10.  David Chamberlin 

11.  John Frankland 

12.  Terry Hunter 

13.  Graham Prince 

14.  Ernest Collins 

15.  ?  

16.  Kathleen Patten 

17.  Lawrence Humphries 

18.  John Watson 

19.  ?  

20.  Christopher Wilson 

21.  Ann Sibley 

22.  Sally Howe 

23.  ?  

24.  Christine Barling  OR

24.  Jean Hudson 

25.  Pamela Klintworth 

26.  ?  

27.  Jennifer Burke 

28.  Gillian Shipway 

29.  Ann Patten 

30.  ?  

31.  Eileen?/Diane? Barber 

32.  David Kidd 

33.  Stuart Freeman 

34.  ? Osbourne 

35.  John Armstrong 

36.  Ashley Briscoe 

37.  Alec Cutter 

38.  ?  

39.  Peter Chivers 

Ashley Briscoe has provided the names of the roads where many of the pupils lived. This may help your memories!

  1. Peter Finch - Aldborough Road South
  2. Douglas Hopwood
  3. –
  4. David Warricker
  5. –
  6. Pamela Reeve - Aldborough Road North
  7. -
  8. John Hughes - Oaks Lane
  9. Pauline Marshall - Oaks Lane
  10. David Chamberlin - Suffolk Road area
  11. John Frankland - Somerville Road
  12. Terry Hunter - Oaks Lane
  13. Graham Prince  - Eastern Avenue
  14. Ernest Collins - Chiltern Road
  15. –
  16. –
  17. one of the Humphries twins from Southdown Cresecent, probably Lawrence?
  18. John Watson - Rochford Avenue, Chadwell Heath
  19. –
  20. Christopher Wilson- possibly
  21. Ann Sibley- possibly
  22. –
  23. –
  24. Jean Hudson - Oaks Lane
  25. Pamela Klintworth  - Oaks Lane
  26. –
  27. Jennifer Burke- possibly
  28. –
  29. Ann Patten
  30. –
  31. Eileen or Ellen Barber
  32. David Kidd  - Suffolk Court
  33. Stuart Freeman
  34.   ? Osbourne - Northdown Crescent
  35. John Armstrong - Leyswood Drive
  36. Ashley Briscoe - Oaks Lane
  37. Alec Cutter - Whites Farm
  38. –
  39. –Mr Chivers

With thanks to John Watson:

Amendment thanks to: Susan Prince, Ashley Briscoe, George Woods

Any names displayed are only as accurate as information sent in.
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