|Back row from left:||Janet Potter, Vernon Clarke, Louise Martin, Simon Chandler, Elizabeth King, Louise Bayer, Fay Grice, Shirley Flack, Angela Parker , Alison Garret, Jonathan Kemp|
|Third row from left:||Ruth Macadam, Helen Thorn, Andrew Duerden, Adrian Law, Jane Stroud, Sarah Watson, Sharon Rose, Gillian Thorn, Karen Funston, Michael Burrows, Jonathan Stigwood, David Goddard, Andrew Thorn, Aylie Macadam|
|Second Row from left:||Stephen Starr, Christopher Hall, Timothy Conder, Diane Wiseman, Pamela Brooks, Jennifer Page, Andrew Camp, Patrick Watson, Jane King, Jane Martin, Ian Rogers, Lisa Duerden, Gregor MacAdam, Gerald Cranwell, Christopher Funston|
|Front Row from left:||Hal Kimber, Elaine Cranwell, Lee Flack, Philip Rogers, Nicholas Conder, Simon Camp, Rosemarie Davies, Joanna Cranwell, Christopher Kemp, Kate Bayer, David Page, Michael Wiseman, Susie Potter, Hilary Garret, John Parker|
(Names supplied by Mrs Garret and Ian Rogers)
From Jonathan Kemp, November 2007: Hi Robert - I'm back row, furthest on the right - just above Ailie McAdam (my favoured country dancing partner - and now in charge of the restoration of St Pancras station). Christopher is my younger brother - now a film-maker in Bath. I reckon the date of 1970 is about right. This photo is in front of the old school and we moved to the new site across the field not long after I started there. Mr Nelson was headmaster at the time - a very nice man. We lived in Stanmore Place (I think it was "Place") in Church Rd and my dad, John, was a founder member of the village society with Gillie McAdam and others, and started the flower show - in which he often won many classes! I'm sure many villagers will remember him well. My mother Carol, was a teacher at the school for a while too.