This Site Was Last Updated on Monday, 10 July 2006
Site Owner - Stephen Smith
Remember Sebastian Taylor
When did you attend Priory
1970 to 1977
What was your nickname?
Who were your most memorable teachers?
No one teacher stands out in mind for me, as I was too busy causing trouble. However, Principal Fowler certainly had an impact on me, as I was always well-behaved in his presence.
Who were your best friends at Priory?
I had a core group of about half a dozen friends throughout the 7 years at Priory, but Drew Fulford was my closest.
Who are you in touch with today?
Nobody yet, but I have been in contact with Drew's mother to find his contact details.
Who would you like to track down?
Drew Fulford, Hugh Skelton, Winston Dawkins, Brenda Pennock, and Alanna King. There are others also.
Alanna King and Brenda Pennock
What was the wildest thing you ever did at Priory?
Nothing stands out in particular as I was generally badly behaved. This continued throughout High School in Canada where I spent a lot of time in the Principal's office, but was "saved" by the fact that I was an honour student and was also usually received in the office by the Vice-Principal who was an ex-merchant seaman and been in Jamaica many times and spent most of the time with me telling old stories. I can say today however, that I am "well-behaved"
Who was the craziest person during your time at Priory?
My cousin Mica created quite a continual disturbance during his time at Priory. A number of people on this website have also attested to that.
Where do you live and what do you do nowadays?
I live in Olso, Norway and work for IBM.
Tell us about any significant others
Married with a Swede (Cathrine) with 2 young kids (Liam and Ada)
Tell us about your most unusual meeting with a Priory person
What do you think of the Priory Website?
Excellent - seeing this site and reviewing the old annuals and reading the interviews brought a lot of joy to me through some of the best memories in my life.
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Published on the Priory Website Sunday 9th July 2006
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