My brother and I were two of the few boys that attended Roaary Priory from 1966 to 1970. Other boys attending at that time were Martin McDonald, Keith Putnam, Mark ...Read full memory
I attended Rosary Priory from September 1960 until July 1967 and was known as Shirley Hayward. I now use my full Christian name and have done for many years which is ...Read full memory
When I was at Rosary Priory my name was Veronica Smith. I would love to hear from anyone who remembers me, such as Penny Grad, Susan, Pat. We are now all ...Read full memory
I attended Rosary Priory in the fifties - I started there in September 1952 and left in December 1958 when we moved to Woking. My name was Jennifer Stirling. I remember the ...Read full memory
I lived in Holly Grove House for 16 years till 1960 when we sold the house to a developer. A E Mathews used to come to parties at our house, he ...Read full memory
My name was Jennifer Barnett and I attended Rosary Priory in the 1950s. One of my memories is of the nuns teaching us the 'facts of life' which consisted of being ...Read full memory
In the late 1970s and early 1980s I attended Rosary Priory High School and looking at this picture reminds me what a magical building it was. I can ...Read full memory
I started at Rosary Priory in 1953 when I was 8 and left at 18. I was so happy there that our 2 daughters attended the senior school until we moved to Wiltshire. When I ...Read full memory
i attended Rosary Priory from 1959 until 1964. The nuns I fondly remember are Sisters Alphonsus , De Pazzi and Barbara. Mrs Simpson took us for PE when we wore grey culotte shorts for netball and navy knickers for gym. My friends during my time at the school were Susan Rothwell and Amanda Clark
Hi, I used to attend Rosary Priory Junior School and then the Seniors until I left at 16. My single name was Mary Empson and I would like to know how any of the pupils ...Read full memory
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