Dr Challoners Grammar School - a Memory of Amersham.

Anyone out there who was a pupil or teacher at this School 1966 through 1971?
I was, for my sins, Head of Music during these years and have memories of such staff names as Andy Thompson (history), Denis Holman (Head), Neil Bibby, Steve Hennig, Bill Prickett (caretaker), Austin Matthews (crafts), Graham Hoare (Maths), Betty Perfect (School Secretary).
I am still in touch with George Bell and his wife Sue every Christmas - it would be great to hear from anyone else who may remember me!!

A memory shared by Ray Lowrey on Jun 5th, 2009. Send Ray Lowrey a message.

 Comments & Feedback

Wed Jun 13th 2018, at 7:48 pm
cliffb commented:
I was a pupil in 1C in 1970. I remember we had to write about the orchestra and you weren't best pleased with our efforts! My form teacher was Jim Semple. I remember that when you left the new teacher was Ian Hooker.

Cliff Bryant
Mon Jul 2nd 2018, at 9:13 am
David Law commented:
I was there 1968-1975. I remember all the staff you mention plus ones like Mrs Barlow (French), Pete Binns, Alan Rustage, Arthur Kyle, Rev Harrington, Graham Rawcliffe,
Fri Sep 21st 2018, at 11:12 pm
lvbaldwin commented:
Ray, I also remember you.
I join DCGS in 1970 and was in 1B.
Happy memories of a good school. As an aside, I recently had a spot of supper with John Fitzgerald (Tog) and a fellow pupil Rob Martell.
Leigh Baldwin

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