Tanganyika Early exploration Most of the known history of Tanganyika before the 19th century concerns the coastal area, although the interior has a number of important prehistoric sites. The most significant of these is the Olduvai Gorgesituated in the northwestern corner of Tanzania near the Ngorongoro crater.
Jones click on the picture to see it in more detail Martin Sims writes: I am an old pupil from and I can identify some of the pupils The photo I believe was in year when we were in upper 6th.
Paul Woodard lived at 34 Marlpit lane and joined Nat West. The latter is now a doctor. You can contact Martin by looking on the contacts page here Another school photo. Through the years - there have been many school photos in addition to the one.
Here is - we haven't ever got round to naming everyone in the pic so i am not sure whether we will do better here. Over the next few weeks I will publish it in sections but in the meantime click on the picture to see it in more detail.
I will be able to give lots of names as I was in 4th year then I recall it was taken around May. Brian McKenna sends the first of many team photos from his archives. Many of us will recognise some of the faces in the photos who went on to become legends.
If you look at the photo full size you can examine the rugger boots and even the grass blades in minute detail. My wife says I am sad.
She may be right. Tim Mander writes - you can contact him on timmander yahoo. I note that DGS did not actually attend but submitted a letter for consideration. A few old names in this extract. When the GPO van was spotted I remember charging back along the top floor to report to the 'broadcasters' who then began unplugging everything and chucking bits out of the window!
Supplement income by buying and selling on internet. Married in I have one daughter aged 25 who bought her own place last year.
Have lived in Horley for past 22 years. I bumped into Giles Easterbrook who I don't remmber from school a few months ago and I understand he was into music composing and publishing.
If I ever get my hands on those prefects again I am sorry we shall not be seeing him at the Reunion on 30th June. I can help Phil Jolly with the names of the 3rd XI in How many survivors will re-live the memory on the school field exactly 40 years later I wonder?
He can be seen front row 3rd from right. Both will appear in high resolution in due course but today we have the prefects from Background.
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1. A simple recount where the children highlight the features following the given key. 2. Differentiated sequencing sheets for the same recount. 3. A sheet for assessing a partners verbal recount of an event - in this case after making a paperchain in class/5(24).
Simple, easy to follow layout for recount writing, will probably ask students to write quick recount of holidays.4/4(). DWC Hall of Notable Alumni [Return to News Front Page] February 15, 09 - DWC News by The Staff DEWITT CLINTON ALUMNI ASSOCIATION - Hall of Notable Alumni The VHPA AVIATOR Magazine Fixin’ To Die Rag by Roy Mark, is the story of thosewho served with Charley Company of the th Assault Helicopter Battalion, 1stCav, between March and September