I have been sifting out broken links as suggested by readers to whom I am very grateful. However , I found a couple of my own mistakes in coding.
- I have somehow lost a file called globe.jpg from Mick Howarth. I have even been back through back-up CDs from 2003 and can not trace the image!
- Eric Swarbirck sent in a couple of photos of “Spud and Dixon” with notes attached. Soehow I had lost this page BUT my old back-ups have come to my rescue. You can refresh your memories here >>>>>
Now that the school has reverted to its end of 20th Century name, the headteacher has added two promotional videos of the school.
These can be viewed here >>>>>
Pity, Mr. Spencer Briggs and Mr. Geoff Dixon did not have access to a modern video camera!
Prescotians, including some of our Year 11 Prefects, gathered on the morning of November 11th 2016 to commemorate Remembrance Day.
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Many thanks to Bill Spencer who has filled a few missing names from the PGS Honours Board of Head Prefects, Sports Captains etc for the years 1965 to 1968!
Checkout the boards here >>>>>
Geoff Smale has contacted The Prescotian as follows, “I just stumbled across the photo of the 1973 production of Zigger Zagger, I played a police constable ( my dad was a Bobby so I had access to a genuine uniform helmet etc). I can still remember a line I spoke. “Now me and the lads down at the station “. I can also remember Miss Mcburnie encouraging the boys to whistle in tune by stating that ” only mature and fully developed men could whistle in tune”. A great production and a rare fun after hours experience…… I was normally in Detto!!!!”
Click here for play report >>>>>
Under the title of “Can a new drive change the fortunes of schools in one of Britain’s most deprived areas?” ie Prescot School, featuring the work of current Headteacher, Judy Walker.
“After failing generations of children, a Merseyside school is confident its non-selective, grammar-type regime will stop the rot …..”
Read Full Article here >>>>>
The “Fifth Beatle”, Stuart Sutcliffe’s school reports from his PGS schooldays are now being exhibited at the Beatles Story attraction at the Albert Dock until 2019. Click here full story from the Liverpool Echo from June 2016 >>>>>