Speke Liverpool

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1 - This amazing photo shows a class from Speke Church School in 1905 which met in the building now known as All Saints Church Hall.  

2 - The village school moved into the ‘new’ Stocktonwood School as the estate of Speke grew.

3- Class - 1958

4 - 1956

5 - With thanks to Sheila Emanu nee MacDonald for this photo of an Infants class of 1955 with their teacher, Miss Scott

6 - And again to Sheila for this one of a girls Junior class of 1957 with teacher, Miss Pilborough

7 - With thanks to Ann Wilkinson (Humphries)

8 - Stocktonwood cricket team 1959

9 - Class 28

10 - 1958

11 - Class 8

12 - Class7 in1953

13 - Class 1 in 1952

14 - With thanks to Jennifer Spann for this photo from 1955

15 - With thanks again to Jennifer for this Class 9 photo from 1966

16 - And again for Class 1a in 1956

17 - Thanks to Ian Mowat for these two photos with many names on.

Back row: Bobby Youds, frank Ashcroft, Ingrid Hitchmough, Elaine Forster, Pat Nestor, Pauline Ely, Tommy Farnon, Philip Thompson, Steven Chewar

3rd row: Joyce Humphreys, Carol Haig, Jim Webb, Phillip Tomlinson, Graham Morrisey, John O’Flaherty, ?  Diane ?

2nd row: David Stanford, ? ? June Bowcock, ?,   ?,  Marjorie Riding, Jean Richardson, Neil Pauls

Front row:  David Williams, Robert Knox, Alan Nash, David Wall, Alan West, Ian Mowat, Billy Young

18 -  Thanks to Ian again for the photo and names.

Back row: John O’Flaherty, David Hulme, John Lowney, Paul Shaylor, David Mills, Graham Morrisey, Tom Farnon, N Pauls, Steven Chewar, Bobby Youds, David Wall

19 - Class in 1957.  I took this at one of our exhibitions but forgot to turn the flash off.

20 - Thanks to Ron Sweeney for his class photo

21 - Group photo of teachers, probably from the boys side of the Juniors

22 - Class 2

23 - Stocktonwood Football Team

24 - This happy group of boys are Class 3 in 1946

25 - Class 1 in 1952

26 - This really is a happy class on 1956

27 - This looks like a day out but to where?

28 - Thanks to Malcolm Guy for this photo from 1980

29 - And again thanks to Malcolm for this of the Under 11’s football team

30 - The old Stocktonwood was finally demolished and a new school built on the opposite side facing All Saints Road

40 - This is my only photo of St Ambrose School children in 1964

41 to 47 - A sequence of photos of one panoramic picture of Speke Comp, probably Central Avenue

48 to 52 - Another sequence from Central Avenue

53 - Central Avenue class in 1962

54 - Same class with teacher, Mrs Hunter

55 - Same class again

56 to 60 - Another sequence, this time from Stapleton Avenue

61 - Stapleton Avenue football team

62 and 63 - The old Speke Comp schools were both demolished and the new Parklands High School was built on the site of Speke Park in Ganworth road.


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