Winner of choir contest, Christ Church School, Stone

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Date:1951

Description:Pupils of Christ Church School in Stone, pictured after winning choir contest for best folk-song.

This is the outcome of a reminiscence session in which Year 4 pupils from Christ Church First School were divided into groups and paired with a person from The Monday Club, a club for former pupils of the school during the 1950's. The Monday Club member was interviewed about school life, including the Rose Queen ceremony. Then each group had to chose an image that they liked out of a selection from the school's album.

Pupils in the back row from left to right are: Vera, Richard Walker, Ian Sutherland, Keith, Roger Bates, David Ingleby, Patrick Bery and Brenda Guest.

Pupils in the front row from left to right are: Lorraine, Eastin, GJ and Shelia Wainton.

This image was chosen by the children in Vera Farr's group.


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1950s
Children involved in a shopping activity, Christ Church School, Stone
Children involved in a shopping activity, Christ Church School, Stone

This picture was taken in the Main Hall of Christ Church First School in Stone. ...

1960s
Rose Queen and attendant, Christ Church School, Stone
Rose Queen and attendant, Christ Church School, Stone

The Rose Queen Festival was held at Christ Church School in Stone. This is the ...

2000s
Children interviewing Alma Brain, Christ Church First School, Stone
Children interviewing Alma Brain, Christ Church First School, Stone

This is the outcome of a reminiscence session in which Year 4 pupils from Christ ...

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Creators: Stone Guardian - Creator

Image courtesy of: Christ Church First School

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Source: Schools Project Collection

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