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St Mary Redcliffe and Temple School
Pre 1970 Image / Content History Project

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Girls' School

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Boys' School

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It all came together in 1967

"New" School's original frontage at Somerset Square

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An unused 1968 Blazer Badge from my collection

Measures approx 4.5 x 4 inches (this is a metric free website!)
It cost my mother 3/11d (about 20p in today's new fangled money)
Badge introduced for combined St Mary Redcliffe and Temple School
The foundation dates of both schools are shown

School Magazine Covers / intro notes

1967 Magazine intro notes - click to enlarge

1968 Magazine intro notes - click to enlarge

1968 Magazine opening ceremony notes - click to enlarge

1971 Magazine intro notes - click to enlarge

Click here for complete 1968 School Photograph

School Choir 1968 - Peter Fowler in command

Still from "What kind of a man is God?"
TWW Television Program 1967

Rev. Cyril Edwards, Stan Lowes and Canon Cartwright

If you have any other pre 1970 images or other historical content
relating to St Mary Redcliffe and Temple School pre 1970 that could
be displayed on this page (with a credit to you of course)
please attach them to an email and .
radical_solutions (at) hotmail (dot) com

I contacted the school in March 2017 to seek assistance with this project but due to time and budget constraints they were unable to offer any help. Should anyone there have a change of heart, I am always interested in new information that could make this humble project more complete, if you have something / anything get in touch, I will be delighted to hear from you.

Page posted by Dave Powell, Roll 393, attended between 1965 and 1970, Francombe House
Greetings to anyone who knew or taught me in those, now distant, days.

Thanks for contributions from: Paul Collins