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Earl Rishe School 1940
Earl Rise School Class photo c.1949. Photo: Sandra Hilton (nee Lee)
(Click on photo for a larger view)

Sandra is in the second row from the front, second from left.


Class of 1949/50, Earl Rise School. Photo: Lynda (Spain) Ryan.

p.s. I am 2nd row from top, 3rd from left, between
Michael Sherwood and Carol Wilson.

1st Row top: left to right: Joseph (?), Michael Bush,
Patsy Menzies, Maureen Willcox, John Hollingsworth,
Gerald Andress, Jackie Bassett, and teacher Miss
Stenton (?Denton)

Hazel Andress (sister of Gerald in top row) is on the left in the front row.

Earl Rise School class photo c..1952. Photo: Diane Hagan
Earl Rise School c.1952. Photo: Diane Hagan (nee Plater).

I am next to end on left side front row.


Earl Rise circa 1952-53 Infant class. Courtesy of Barbara Bourne. (Click on photoe for a larger view)

Teacher on left Miss Humphries. Headmistress Miss Cooke on right.Some names:
Back row Next to Miss Humphries Rita Loney, 4th from left - David Fryer
Back row 6th from left - Richard Foy
Middle row 3rd from left - John Pool
Middle row 5th from left - Me (Barbara Bourne)
Middle row 6th from left - Michael Leader
Middle row 7th from left - Douglas Borne
Front row on end at left - Michael Turley
Can you recognise yourself? please email me.


Earl Rise Football Team 1952-1953 season. Photo: David Butler
(Click on phot for a MUCH larger view)
David is in the front row, first on the left.


Earl Rise Class of 1953 - Photo: David Butler
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David Butler is front row fifth from right.
See story Memories of Childhood

Joan Cooper is in the front row sitting next to a girl in boots. She has ankle socks on and is wearing a tie, 5th from the left.


John Scarrott at Earl Rise c.1955. John is in the second row, fourth from left.


Hazel Scarrott at Earl Rise c. 1955. Hazel is in the front row, second from left.

We used to live at 17 Oliver Street - all gone now in the 60's

Regards john Scarrott


Earl Rise class late 1950s. Photo: Wynne Handley (nee English) See Wynne’s story: Woolwich Childhood

I attended Earl Rise school in the late 1950s. On the above photo I am in the second row 4th from right, my cousin is sitting in the front row and is 2nd from the left. I think the photo is about 1955/6. My name at the time was Winnie English. What I do remember very clearly is a young teacher called Mr Earl. I think he must have had a social conscience as he used to take groups of children for outings in his own car. My group went to London zoo it was the first time I had ever been and now nearly fifty years later I still remember it. It was still quite rare to own a car in those days and so a car drive was also a great treat.

We lived in Armstrong Place in Woolwich which was knocked down in 1959/60 and we moved to the brand new housing estate in Abbey Wood. My cousin and his family lived in Maxey Road until that too was knocked down and they moved to Suffolk. My father and I used to walk through Rockcliffe gardens to visit my mother’s grave in Woolwich Cemetery when she died in 1961. Shortly after that we too moved out of the area.


Earl Rise School photo. Year??


A later photo of me at Earl Rise school.

Wynne Handley

Bev Connolly (nee Gosling) says in her story: 'The Gosling Family, Plumstead.'

My father Jack and his brothers, Leonard and Arthur, attended Earl Street School ...

My father’s testimonial from Earl Street School in 1930

My Aunt Lily Last’s testimonial from Earl Street School in 1927. It is hard to read so here is a transcript.

Lily Last has attended this school regularly and punctually for six years and is leaving from Standard CXV11 at the age of 14 years.

She is a girl of very good mental ability and excellent conduct. Her handwork is especially good and she has just been successful in passing the Preliminary Trade Scholarship Exam. I can most strongly recommend her and am sure she will do her best to give satisfaction to her employer
N Pyle, Head Mistress.



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