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I went to Byron Court between 1992 and 1999. The headteacher at the time was Mr T L Jones. I really enjoyed my time at Byron Court where I established many friendships that I have maintained to this day. The school really pushed me and I have many memories of swimming, Victorian day in year 3 (where we learnt to write in a Victorian style which I have maintained), Netball matches and much more. Interesting to see that Mrs Musquita, the Music Teacher, is still there after all these years. Ms Hammond and Mrs French were teachers that I really remember and enjoyed being taught by. We had some good memories in Year 5 when we spent a week at New Barn and in year 6 when we visited Avon Tyrell.
Wow old photos with me in! Cricket team back right and Mr Kent's class back second in right. I still have a copy of the score and lyrics of "who Stole the Tarts?". This was a children's musical / play written by Eric Weatherly and possibly by Mrs Howarth? I played Police Sergeant Bright! Good times.
excellent school!! A great time to be there!! I miss this school alot :)
Happy Christmas everyone. Mike - pupil 1963-69
I attended BC back in the early 70's. My last name was Isaacs back then. I will never forget the awesome Byron Court! Thank you. http://www.davidshieldphotography.com/
It has been many years since I left Byron Court in Year 5. Based solely from the website itself, I can see that the school has changed by vast amounts and I am in the hope of visiting the school in the near future before my departure to move onto higher education at university next year. This school has a very special place in my heart and I will never forget my experiences at this fantastic school.
I miss Mr Sullivan so much. I wish he came and taught at Claremont. I miss hi teach me. And the school+Mrs Clark+Miss Samani.
i love this school
THIS SCHOOL IS THE BEST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!