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Peter Morgan remembers the excitement of the horse-drawn fire-engine being called out
Don't forget to take a look at the Guildhall and Church Street as they are today in Google STREET VIEW. In the map box, just 'drag' the Orange 'Human' icon - from the top left-hand corner - and 'drop' it on the map at the AudioBoo microphone.
For several centuries the school had shared accommodation in the half-timbered Guildhall with the town council. During Peter's time at school the council used part of these buildings to house the town's horse-drawn fire-engine. One of the town council's manual fire engines is now kept at Mary Arden's Farm http://houses.shakespeare.org.uk/mary-ardens-house.html & can be seen in this photo on flickr http://flic.kr/p/8n7PF2
There's more to read and more pictures of Stratford-upon-Avon's King Edward VI School in Victorian times at www.likesnail.org.uk/kesarchive/victorian.htm
Stay in School
This joke was sent to me by Robert Moy, my brother-in-law. Thanks Robert
interview with @raff31 on ten years of blogging at Green Park
Waiting for Lenni at 'mass exodus' time.. [#uksm]
Many thanks for adding the 'uksm' tag.
The Grill Team Marto, Michelle and Ed Kavalee 13/11/2014
1. Sport In A Minute – Anthony Mundine | NZ Cricket 2. The G20 choppers touch-down 3. Amanda witnesses a few aircraft landing 4....
Arts Day Shackleton
Studying children's development and learning (12/12)
The Open University - Education
Studying children's development and learning Course chair Dr Dorothy Faulkner gives an overview of Open University course ED841...
Slow Food Kids Project
Interview with Slow Food CEO Kat Gazzoli
'Threads and Threats' - An extract from Chapter One - Barrie Mahoney
In the late 1980’s, Prior’s Hill is a quiet village community that has secrets. Secrets that threaten the lives of the people that live in this rural retreat. James Young, the head teacher of the village school, has to deal with a tragedy that will tear the village apart. As these secrets unravel, James attempts to thread together pieces of information to learn about what is really happening behind the closed doors in this charming, picturesque setting. However, the secrets that are unveiled, lead him to discover threats to significant people in the village and to the very community itself. Is James able to cope with the mysterious and strange events that are unfolding in front of him? Is he emotionally stable enough to deal with everyone else’s confidence in him to find a solution to the crisis? Can James tell the difference between reality and fantasy in the community he lives in? How can impossible events be explained and will forces of evil result in murder? Threads and Threats is a fast moving, intriguing and exciting crime thriller. We see what we believe, but should we believe what we see when someone is insanely intent on murder? Publication date: July 28 2011. For more information: www.barriemahoney.com
Digital Imaging on iPad - part two
Young people from across Perth and Kinross took part in a digital photography project as part of the Living Communities programme at...
The Walk to School Parenting Advice
TESSA - Seeking Help (4/4)
The Open University - Education
TESSA - Seeking Help Florence helps a pupil overcome her shyness . Part 4 of 4:...
When you've had a bad exam...
Think you've just failed an exam? Here are a few words of encouragement...
The Assembly Line
School funding in Stockport
Report on the campaign for better
LOCKED OUT OF SCHOOL IN TORREVIEJA
Children attending the Ciudad de Oviedo school in
on Tuesday morning found they had been locked out by an anonymous act of...
Initiatives in Belfast (13/16)
The Open University - Health and Social Care
Initiatives in Belfast Two child-oriented services, the Early Years project and a local crèche - their services and the impact they...
Trouble on the way to School Trip : omanidot on fire
Leaving home on the special day of her annual school tour - this is how the conversation went.
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