This Site Was Last Updated on Sunday, 21 May 2006
Site Owner - Stephen Smith
Remember Alison Cotterell?
Alison as a prefect
When did you attend at Priory?
1974 - 1985
Who were your most unforgettable teachers?
Mrs. Sarah Gomes. She had red hair, piercing blue or green eyes and a resounding voice. I was scared to death of her, but she was an excellent teacher and a great lady. When she returned to her home in Wales and died shortly thereafter, I cried.
Who were your best friends at Priory?
Nikki Hall, Michelle Lee, Roxanne Melbourne, Alrene Robinson, Robynne Young, Elsa Stephen, Tina McCleese, Toni Dillworth....
Alrene Robinson Michelle Lee Nikki Hall Roxanne Melbourne
Who are you in touch with now?
Nikki, Michelle, Roxanne and Alrene.
Howard ?, Roxanne, Michelle and Alison graduate
Who would you like to trace if we could?
Robynne Young, Elsa Stephen, Toni Dillworth, Elsa Stephen, Tina McCleese. (Elsa is from Scotland and Tina is from the US. The others are Jamaican)
What's the wildest thing you ever did at Priory?
I was pretty quiet, but I remember when I was in sixth form a few friends and I went to Devon house during our free period. We each drank a "Devon Duppy" (yes it had alcohol in it), walked back to school and fell asleep in Mr. Foster's GP class. (Sorry Mr. Foster)
Who was the craziest person during your time at Priory?
Andre Denny. He wasn't in my class but you could here him and see his antics from a mile away. "Denny, I hope you are now a stand-up comedian or an actor".
Where do you live and what do you do now?
I live in Maryland, USA and I am a Microbiologist.
Tell us about any significant other(s)?
None at the moment.
Tell us about your most unusual meeting with a Priory person
When I was in college (1985), I met up with a girl who was in my class at Priory in J3(1973-4). She recogniized me. I didn't recognize her, but I did remember her name. She was from Virginia and had only been at Priory for a short time. I guess I looked the same at 18 as I did at 7. Scary!!!
What do you think of the Priory site?
I love it. It brings back wonderful memories. I'd like to see more yearbooks scanned (70's - 80's)
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