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Mrs Stanley Goodbye
Mrs Stanley’s first class Primet Junior School, Colne.
Mrs Stanley when she started teaching in 1961.
Mrs Stanley’s second class in 1962
Mrs Stanley’s class in 1964.
Mrs Stanley came to Forefield in Here are the teachers in Who can you recognise?
Who’s wearing trainers? Who could this be?
Who’s wearing trainers ? W W ho could this be ?
Oh no ! It’s Mr Hall !
Get those trainers off !
And stop smiling !
After thirty years Mr Hall now has his chance to explain why he was wearing trainers !
Mrs Stanley came to Forefield in Here are the teachers in Can you spot Miss Carson?
Mrs Stanley came to Forefield in Here are the teachers in Can you spot Miss Carson? Hello Miss Carson
Miss Carson had been teaching at Forefield for four years when this picture was taken in 1978
It’s Mr Hall has got his shoes on !
Mrs Stanley looks a lot happier!
It’s 1980! The curtains look groovy!
Note the symmetrical leg arrangement ! Mrs Stanley was Maths Co-ordinator.
Party time out on the field at Forefield. Mrs Stanley is directing the fun!
It’s 1995 and you’ll recognise lots more teachers !
Mrs Stanley and Mrs Fisher demonstrate parallel lines. Mrs Stanley was Maths co-ordinator.
Mrs Stanley raised lots of money for charity.
In 1995 Mrs Stanley was Acting Headteacher of our school
It’s Leavers’ Service for Year Six.
Mrs Dower is camouflaged Mrs Stanley
You’ll recognise lots more teachers now !
Is your teacher here?
What’s Mrs Stanley doing now?
She’s finding out who still owes dinner money !
Can you spot Mrs Munro? Mrs Stanley looks really happy.
Mrs Stanley dressed as a Victorian! She wasn’t born in the reign of Queen Victoria however!
Mrs Stanley started the Ambleside visits in 1984.
Was this a rain dance, Mrs Stanley?
Mrs Stanley really enjoyed Ambleside
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