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My youngest son Michael attended Cornholme School he is now 30. I myself worked as senior dinnertime supervisor for 12 years and really enjoyed those years. Just been on your new website and think it is very good. It is 12 years since I finished and how things have changed inside and outside and of course the IT side of learning. I hope all the children appreciate it all. The school came to mind has as we have just celebrated our silver wedding and Michael was in reception then.Hope you carry on going from strength to strength. I do still live in Cornholme.
Wonderful website. So many memories. Unfortunately (or may be that should be fortunately ;)) no pics of me although my brother Andrew & cousin Alice are on there. I have such fond memories of Cornholme & Cornholme J&I, the 50 pence shaped tables, Mrs Sutcliffe, Mrs. Smith, Ms. Davies & Mr. Cunliffe. I now live 5000 miles away in Vancouver, Canada. I went on to get a degree in Chemistry but am now trying to get hired as a police officer. I currently work for the Vancouver Police department as a police call taker. I am very happy that my nephew Benjamin is keeping the family tradition going and is a student there. Keep up the good work Cornholme! Best wishes from Canada!
Hi, I'm an ex pupil now in the second year of my A levels, I just wanted to say thanks to Cornholme for the brilliant start you gave me, especially Mrs Walker and Mrs Smith, nice to see you're still teaching. Just in case you're interested I'm in the third to last picture, which I'm guessing was nursery and as I left in 2000 the year would be '92, possibly '93, I'm the blonde girl with a big smile and a green jumper! Thanks again for many happy times, I haven't forgotten Cornholme even though I've moved quite far away now, and if anyone knows anyone from the class which left in 2000 I'd be really interested. Thank you for getting in touch!
My 2 brothers and sister were all taught at Cornholme Junior School from 1952 myself being the eldest. I remember very well Johnny Graham, our head teacher and Molly Greenwood, another of our teachers. Johnny Graham, a later Mayor of Tod, used to take us on waks in the woods looking for leaves and fossils. I now live in Beverley, East Yorkshire but remember my school days at Cornholme school and later at Tod Grammar . It was a nice surprise to see mention of Johnny Graham and a very nice surprise to see Molly Graham in the photos I left Tod to join the R.A.F., and left Woodbine Terrace in Cornholme to experience the Big Wide World with the R.A.F. where I served until May 1976 when I left and came to Beverley where I still am although I always visit Tod every year when I buy a local calendar for the next year. I am still waiting for the newsagent to offer to deliver it for me!! That’s all for now , cheerio.
Glynn R Heyes