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31Were School Days Best Of Our Life? - Page 2 Empty Re: Were School Days Best Of Our Life? on Thu Dec 03 2015, 20:05

doffcocker

doffcocker
Ivan Campo
Ivan Campo
@finlaymcdanger wrote:
@karlypants wrote:
@finlaymcdanger wrote:
@karlypants wrote:
@finlaymcdanger wrote:No chance. Sharples School was a disgrace back when I had to suffer it. Life has been good since I got out of that shit-hole.
I have to agree, the teaching when I was there was bloody pathetic, kids ruling the roost.

A lot of the teachers and staff should have been struck off.

It seems to have cleaned up it's act so to speak and is now a Science specialist college as well now or something and the kids are getting better results now.

Not sure how old you are Karly, and I'm sure I'm old enough to be your Dad, but was that wanker Mr. Twigg (Maths) still there when you went?
Yes he was. Very Happy

I am 31 BTW.

He tortured me. I was shit at maths so my Mum and Dad made me go to private maths lessons to make sure I passed my O-Level. That cocksucker announced it to the entire class every single time I walked into one of his lessons. You can probably image shit I took.

Swore blind he was having an affair with Gail Tilsley(?) from Coronation Street too. Used to tell us that he had a flat in Manchester where he met her once a week.

What a COCK!

If you're 31 Karly you'll probably remember Mr Altdorf, AKA the scouse umpa lumpa.

A few more names the Sharples lads might remember:

Mr Mitton - geography teacher, nice guy, but everyone was shit scared of him because you never knew when he'd have a nervous breakdown and shout and throw stuff like a maniac. I think he was a big Bolton fan so he might well be reading.

Mr Gething - I think he'd been there longer than the school so you should know him.

Mr Robinson - English teacher. Retired now and seems to spend his life in Hope and Anchor on Chorley Old Road.

Mr Leggett - good bloke.

Mr Singadia - mad science teacher.


32Were School Days Best Of Our Life? - Page 2 Empty Re: Were School Days Best Of Our Life? on Thu Dec 03 2015, 20:09

Natasha Whittam

Natasha Whittam
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@doffcocker wrote:
Set me up perfectly for real life really because it means I can strike a rapport with decent folk like Chairmanda, as well as riff-raff like Whittam.

You working class gobshite.

33Were School Days Best Of Our Life? - Page 2 Empty Re: Were School Days Best Of Our Life? on Thu Dec 03 2015, 20:14

finlaymcdanger

finlaymcdanger
El Hadji Diouf
El Hadji Diouf
@doffcocker wrote:
@finlaymcdanger wrote:
@karlypants wrote:
@finlaymcdanger wrote:
@karlypants wrote:
@finlaymcdanger wrote:No chance. Sharples School was a disgrace back when I had to suffer it. Life has been good since I got out of that shit-hole.
I have to agree, the teaching when I was there was bloody pathetic, kids ruling the roost.

A lot of the teachers and staff should have been struck off.

It seems to have cleaned up it's act so to speak and is now a Science specialist college as well now or something and the kids are getting better results now.

Not sure how old you are Karly, and I'm sure I'm old enough to be your Dad, but was that wanker Mr. Twigg (Maths) still there when you went?
Yes he was. Very Happy

I am 31 BTW.

He tortured me. I was shit at maths so my Mum and Dad made me go to private maths lessons to make sure I passed my O-Level. That cocksucker announced it to the entire class every single time I walked into one of his lessons. You can probably image shit I took.

Swore blind he was having an affair with Gail Tilsley(?) from Coronation Street too. Used to tell us that he had a flat in Manchester where he met her once a week.

What a COCK!

If you're 31 Karly you'll probably remember Mr Altdorf, AKA the scouse umpa lumpa.

A few more names the Sharples lads might remember:

Mr Mitton - geography teacher, nice guy, but everyone was shit scared of him because you never knew when he'd have a nervous breakdown and shout and throw stuff like a maniac. I think he was a big Bolton fan so he might well be reading.

Mr Gething - I think he'd been there longer than the school so you should know him.

Mr Robinson - English teacher. Retired now and seems to spend his life in Hope and Anchor on Chorley Old Road.

Mr Leggett - good bloke.

Mr Singadia - mad science teacher.



I remember Mr. Gething and Mr. Leggett. Leggett was poking the/my art teacher Miss March (my first wank Very Happy)

34Were School Days Best Of Our Life? - Page 2 Empty Re: Were School Days Best Of Our Life? on Thu Dec 03 2015, 20:16

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@doffcocker wrote:
@finlaymcdanger wrote:
@karlypants wrote:
@finlaymcdanger wrote:
@karlypants wrote:
@finlaymcdanger wrote:No chance. Sharples School was a disgrace back when I had to suffer it. Life has been good since I got out of that shit-hole.
I have to agree, the teaching when I was there was bloody pathetic, kids ruling the roost.

A lot of the teachers and staff should have been struck off.

It seems to have cleaned up it's act so to speak and is now a Science specialist college as well now or something and the kids are getting better results now.

Not sure how old you are Karly, and I'm sure I'm old enough to be your Dad, but was that wanker Mr. Twigg (Maths) still there when you went?
Yes he was. Very Happy

I am 31 BTW.

He tortured me. I was shit at maths so my Mum and Dad made me go to private maths lessons to make sure I passed my O-Level. That cocksucker announced it to the entire class every single time I walked into one of his lessons. You can probably image shit I took.

Swore blind he was having an affair with Gail Tilsley(?) from Coronation Street too. Used to tell us that he had a flat in Manchester where he met her once a week.

What a COCK!

If you're 31 Karly you'll probably remember Mr Altdorf, AKA the scouse umpa lumpa.

A few more names the Sharples lads might remember:

Mr Mitton - geography teacher, nice guy, but everyone was shit scared of him because you never knew when he'd have a nervous breakdown and shout and throw stuff like a maniac. I think he was a big Bolton fan so he might well be reading.

Mr Gething - I think he'd been there longer than the school so you should know him.

Mr Robinson - English teacher. Retired now and seems to spend his life in Hope and Anchor on Chorley Old Road.

Mr Leggett - good bloke.

Mr Singadia - mad science teacher.


Is Altdorf still there? His partner was Mrs Turner you know.

Couldn't fault the sports teachers there, they we're fantastic including Mr. Turner.

Singhadia is a very good Science teacher. I remember when his kid started school, the kid couldn't keep away from his dad at break times, apparently it used to drive him bonkers.

I remember Leggett and robinson but didn't really have them as teachers.

I don't know a Mr. Gething and Mitton rings a bell although I had a Mrs Ruscoe for that.

Do you remember Mr. Savage?

We used to have a couple of fit Science teachers as well but my memory isn't as good as it used to be. Very Happy

35Were School Days Best Of Our Life? - Page 2 Empty Re: Were School Days Best Of Our Life? on Thu Dec 03 2015, 20:16

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@finlaymcdanger wrote:I remember Mr. Gething and Mr. Leggett. Leggett was poking the/my art teacher Miss March (my first wank Very Happy)
Yes! that was it! Very Happy



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36Were School Days Best Of Our Life? - Page 2 Empty Re: Were School Days Best Of Our Life? on Thu Dec 03 2015, 20:19

Natasha Whittam

Natasha Whittam
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
I wish you two fuckwits would learn how to quote properly. And one of you is a fooking mod!

37Were School Days Best Of Our Life? - Page 2 Empty Re: Were School Days Best Of Our Life? on Thu Dec 03 2015, 20:19

Guest


Guest
@Natasha Whittam wrote:I wish you two fuckwits would learn how to quote properly. And one of you is a fooking mod!

They went to sharples.....

38Were School Days Best Of Our Life? - Page 2 Empty Re: Were School Days Best Of Our Life? on Thu Dec 03 2015, 20:20

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@Natasha Whittam wrote:I wish you two fuckwits would learn how to quote properly. And one of you is a fooking mod!
Is that better love? Very Happy

39Were School Days Best Of Our Life? - Page 2 Empty Re: Were School Days Best Of Our Life? on Thu Dec 03 2015, 20:43

Soul Kitchen

Soul Kitchen
Ivan Campo
Ivan Campo
Jamshed the non dangerous taught at Sharples if I remember correctly?
I wonder if he taught chemistry?

40Were School Days Best Of Our Life? - Page 2 Empty Re: Were School Days Best Of Our Life? on Fri Dec 04 2015, 01:24

Hip Priest

Hip Priest
Tony Kelly
Tony Kelly
Didn't realise it at the time but school days were probably the best time of my life. Great laugh and no worries,no responsibilities. Wish I could go back and do it all again knowing what I know now. Tong Fold Primary and Smithills Moor Grammar Secondary school. Got caned just the once but it's something I'll never forget. "Sparky" Sharples (deputy head) scared the shit out of everybody and could certainly inflict some lasting pain with that trusty cane of his.

41Were School Days Best Of Our Life? - Page 2 Empty Re: Were School Days Best Of Our Life? on Fri Dec 04 2015, 05:00

doffcocker

doffcocker
Ivan Campo
Ivan Campo
@karlypants wrote:

Do you remember Mr. Savage?


I do indeed but the less said about that one the better, not least because he was a big City fan.

42Were School Days Best Of Our Life? - Page 2 Empty Re: Were School Days Best Of Our Life? on Fri Dec 04 2015, 08:07

Soul Kitchen

Soul Kitchen
Ivan Campo
Ivan Campo
HP do you remember errr Morrison? I served my time with him.

43Were School Days Best Of Our Life? - Page 2 Empty Re: Were School Days Best Of Our Life? on Fri Dec 04 2015, 08:44

rammywhite

rammywhite
Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
Sixth form at Thornleigh was the best -  decent teachers (like Harry Yates and Joe Malloy)

44Were School Days Best Of Our Life? - Page 2 Empty Re: Were School Days Best Of Our Life? on Fri Dec 04 2015, 13:27

wanderlust


Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Lancashire County Council kindly gave me a scholarship at the age of 7 to go to Park Rd and on from there into that Victorian Institution up Chorley New Rd, also graced by Manda, Okocha and few others on here. It was an emotional rollercoaster as I was always in a lot of trouble, which meant a lot of beatings (I believe I still hold the record of 32 "strokes" in one week) and detentions but also encouraged my sporting ambitions and gave me a sound all round education and opportunities to travel. 
For me, University and the years that immediately followed it were the best years, but whilst school wasn't always plain sailing, I'll always be grateful for the education and opportunities it gave me. Now they just ask me for money on a regular basis.

45Were School Days Best Of Our Life? - Page 2 Empty Re: Were School Days Best Of Our Life? on Fri Dec 04 2015, 13:29

Guest


Guest
Whittam said you went to Whitecroft?

The lying cow......

46Were School Days Best Of Our Life? - Page 2 Empty Re: Were School Days Best Of Our Life? on Fri Dec 04 2015, 14:05

wanderlust


Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Breadman wrote:Whittam said you went to Whitecroft?

The lying cow......
Me?
I knew a couple of girls from there....

47Were School Days Best Of Our Life? - Page 2 Empty Re: Were School Days Best Of Our Life? on Fri Dec 04 2015, 19:01

Soul Kitchen

Soul Kitchen
Ivan Campo
Ivan Campo
Mrs West used to teach swimming at Whitecroft and every Thursday morning in my last year at Oxford Grove all the lads had to traipse up to there for lessons. She was a right tyrant, she st tasks and if you couldn't do them you got bollocked and sent out.
Every lad copped for it that year off her, it was even rumoured she couldnt swim herself!

48Were School Days Best Of Our Life? - Page 2 Empty Re: Were School Days Best Of Our Life? on Fri Dec 04 2015, 19:05

Soul Kitchen

Soul Kitchen
Ivan Campo
Ivan Campo
@wanderlust wrote:
Breadman wrote:Whittam said you went to Whitecroft?

The lying cow......
Me?
I knew a couple of girls from there....

I knew quite a lot of lads and girls from there. All the 11 plus rejects from Oxford Grove went there or Brownlow Fold.
Happy Days.

49Were School Days Best Of Our Life? - Page 2 Empty Re: Were School Days Best Of Our Life? on Fri Dec 04 2015, 23:27

Hip Priest

Hip Priest
Tony Kelly
Tony Kelly
@Soul Kitchen wrote:HP do you remember errr Morrison? I served my time with him.

There was a lad in our year with a hair lip called Steven Morrison (Moggy).He was a great lad,bit of a biker I think. Might be him.

50Were School Days Best Of Our Life? - Page 2 Empty Re: Were School Days Best Of Our Life? on Tue Dec 08 2015, 18:24

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Finlay, I was thinking about Twigg today for some reason and "EBTOG" (Engage brain then operate gob) jumped in my mind.

He used to say this quite often in the class and was one of his usual sayings.

Not sure if you remember it? Smile

51Were School Days Best Of Our Life? - Page 2 Empty Re: Were School Days Best Of Our Life? on Tue Dec 08 2015, 18:26

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@doffcocker wrote:
@karlypants wrote:

Do you remember Mr. Savage?


I do indeed but the less said about that one the better, not least because he was a big City fan.
Was he actually convicted, do you know?

I remember it being plastered in the BN on numerous occasions but can't remember the outcome.

Mr. Bottomley (Music) had an issue similar to this ages ago as well.



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52Were School Days Best Of Our Life? - Page 2 Empty Re: Were School Days Best Of Our Life? on Tue Dec 08 2015, 18:32

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
My old teacher,Mr Edge,used to make us play football in wellington boots. He insisted it would improve our ball skills when we played in normal footwear.
He was also quite bonkers,and not in a funny way. He had a few habits that I can't really mention on here.

53Were School Days Best Of Our Life? - Page 2 Empty Re: Were School Days Best Of Our Life? on Tue Dec 08 2015, 21:50

Soul Kitchen

Soul Kitchen
Ivan Campo
Ivan Campo
@Hip Priest wrote:
@Soul Kitchen wrote:HP do you remember errr Morrison? I served my time with him.

There was a lad in our year with a hair lip called Steven Morrison (Moggy).He was a great lad,bit of a biker I think. Might be him.

That's him. Not seen him since I left Ryders thirty odd years ago. He used to go to the odd gig or two with us.
The last one I remember him going was Tubes about 78 at FTH. Not long after that they stopped them there cos of the punksters.

54Were School Days Best Of Our Life? - Page 2 Empty Re: Were School Days Best Of Our Life? on Thu Jun 06 2019, 06:27

Christinemeah


David Ngog
David Ngog
School life is best. I remember shoe bench, childrens bean bags etc.

https://www.edusentials.co.uk/

55Were School Days Best Of Our Life? - Page 2 Empty Re: Were School Days Best Of Our Life? on Thu Jun 06 2019, 08:13

Hipster_Nebula

Hipster_Nebula
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Yes. I wish every day I could go back.

Life without pain. What a joy.

56Were School Days Best Of Our Life? - Page 2 Empty Re: Were School Days Best Of Our Life? on Thu Jun 06 2019, 08:23

Rexkwando52


David Ngog
David Ngog
@karlypants wrote:
@doffcocker wrote:
@finlaymcdanger wrote:
@karlypants wrote:
@finlaymcdanger wrote:
@karlypants wrote:
@finlaymcdanger wrote:No chance. Sharples School was a disgrace back when I had to suffer it. Life has been good since I got out of that shit-hole.
I have to agree, the teaching when I was there was bloody pathetic, kids ruling the roost.

A lot of the teachers and staff should have been struck off.

It seems to have cleaned up it's act so to speak and is now a Science specialist college as well now or something and the kids are getting better results now.

Not sure how old you are Karly, and I'm sure I'm old enough to be your Dad, but was that wanker Mr. Twigg (Maths) still there when you went?
Yes he was. Very Happy

I am 31 BTW.

He tortured me. I was shit at maths so my Mum and Dad made me go to private maths lessons to make sure I passed my O-Level. That cocksucker announced it to the entire class every single time I walked into one of his lessons. You can probably image shit I took.

Swore blind he was having an affair with Gail Tilsley(?) from Coronation Street too. Used to tell us that he had a flat in Manchester where he met her once a week.

What a COCK!

If you're 31 Karly you'll probably remember Mr Altdorf, AKA the scouse umpa lumpa.

A few more names the Sharples lads might remember:

Mr Mitton - geography teacher, nice guy, but everyone was shit scared of him because you never knew when he'd have a nervous breakdown and shout and throw stuff like a maniac. I think he was a big Bolton fan so he might well be reading.

Mr Gething - I think he'd been there longer than the school so you should know him.

Mr Robinson - English teacher. Retired now and seems to spend his life in Hope and Anchor on Chorley Old Road.

Mr Leggett - good bloke.

Mr Singadia - mad science teacher.


Is Altdorf still there? His partner was Mrs Turner you know.

Couldn't fault the sports teachers there, they we're fantastic including Mr. Turner.

Singhadia is a very good Science teacher. I remember when his kid started school, the kid couldn't keep away from his dad at break times, apparently it used to drive him bonkers.

I remember Leggett and robinson but didn't really have them as teachers.

I don't know a Mr. Gething and Mitton rings a bell although I had a Mrs Ruscoe for that.

Do you remember Mr. Savage?

We used to have a couple of fit Science teachers as well but my memory isn't as good as it used to be. Very Happy
Oh yeah I remember all these. Mr Mittons son Ross was In my geography class that he used to teach, and I was also in same year as Singhadias kid Vinesh. I remember one day after school playing footy, he was in net and getting pissed off at us booting balls at him and shouted FUCK OFF just as his dad came round the corner!

57Were School Days Best Of Our Life? - Page 2 Empty Re: Were School Days Best Of Our Life? on Thu Jun 06 2019, 13:00

Angry Dad

Angry Dad
Youri Djorkaeff
Youri Djorkaeff
My secondary school gym teacher was a brute his nickname was Bluto from the old popeye toons he liked to slap naked boys bums in the showers. He hated fat boys so much that he used to bend them over and kick medicine balls at them. No Nat i was not fat but i still took a shit on the seat of his open top MG in the teachers car park.

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