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"Roscoe Ballantyne 1950-1955"

A review of Roscoe Junior School by Eric Escott written on Friday 11th of April 2008

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I have many happy memories of Roscoe Ballantyne, going to Colomendy Camp, school outings on the train to Windermere, as well as the teachers who were very good. The headmistress in my day was Mrs Griffiths and I remember Mr Black, Mrs Evans and Miss Forbes.

Mrs Evans gave me an insight into reading and imagination and I remember her reading to the class, Kenneth Graham's 'Wind in the Willows' which I must confess has been a favourite of mine ever since. I also remember the school dinners which were brought in every day, most times they were good but fish and baked beans on Fridays were uggh!.

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