St Mary's School, Twickenham
The early history of this school (before its move to Amyand Park Road) can be found in Places, flagged at the top of the home page. The later history is in course of preparation.
Michael Nancollas has sent a reminiscence:
I remember going to this school in the late 1940's when I transferred from St James's school infants to the top infants year at St Mary's The Uniform was a Blue Blazer with yellow edging and a blue and yellow striped tie for the boys. I then progressed to the Junior school The headmistress was Miss Ashton and other teachers were Mr Davis, Miss cater who later married Mr Davis, Mr Rees and Mrs Andrews. I remember being told off quite severely for defacing the outside school wall of Mrs Andrews classroom where even today I can just read my initials, the subject of my defacement. I left there in 1951, festival of Britain year.
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