Last updated Thursday May 03, 2007
Jenny and Martin Waterhouse
Martin and Jenny 1976
When did you teach at Priory
How did you locate the Priory website?
Via Norah Hernould who had learnt about it from the Gervasios
Who were your most memorable teachers?
We were teachers!
Martin the teacher
Who were your best friends at Priory?
Norah Hernould, Rosemary Brown, the Brown family (Catherine, Gilliam and Roger attended Priory), the Prime family (remember Donna best)
Who are you in touch with today?
Norah Hernould, Simon and Malcolm Hernould
Who would you like to track down?
Anyone we taught or worked with
S5 - Jenny's class
What was the wildest thing you ever did at Priory?
Us wild - we were newly married then!
What memories/views do you have of Priory?
The production of Joseph's Technicolour Dreamcoat in 1977 and taking it to a theatre in Kingston itself. Martin teaching Roger Brown and taking us sailing on the family yacht on which we escaped from Kingston on many a weekend.
Selma Zaidie on left with the replacement Joseph for one night. After make up he went to the mirror and surveyed his makeup and hairstyle and was heard to utter ‘Real neat Afro!’
2nd from right Mike Chalmers (teacher)
Rosemary Brown playing Fatima
Where do you live and what do you do nowadays?
We live in Wareham in Dorset in the south of the UK. Having done 16 years in the Navy Martin now has his own Management Consultancy and Training company. I too have my own company and am a Garden Consultant and Garden Designer
Tell us about any significant others
We have two great children. Both have finished Uni. Giles (25) is a professional yachtsman spending most of his time in Florida, Caribbean and the Med. Charlotte (Charlie)(21) has a degree in film and tv studies and is currently travelling around the world.
Tell us about your most unusual meeting with a Priory person
We regularly see Norah Hernould and she stays with us at least twice a year. She is still in touch with quite a lot of people at Priory including Mrs Gregory, the Gervasios and others.
Marie Gregory & Jim Gervasio
What do you think of the Priory Website?
Great site and your hard work is appreciated Stephen
©Stephen Smith 2007
Published on the Priory Website Sunday 29th April 2007
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