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Charlton Manor Primary

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  • Fossdene better than that riff-raff up the kermit.
  • edited March 5

    Fossdene better than that riff-raff up the kermit.

    Right side of the village mate

    All you lower Charlton lot were riff raff
  • Kids were very well spoken
  • Kids were very well spoken

    Upper Charlton mate
  • Had loads mates who went Fossdene and loads who went Charlton Manor, but ain't sure who actually went Sherington?

  • Rob, you know Ash, Ammo from back in day down Charlton.
  • Ashok?
  • Ashok?

    Messaged you
  • Fossdene better than that riff-raff up the kermit.

    Our Lady of Grace pissed over all the others in Charlton :smiley:
  • stonemuse said:

    Fossdene better than that riff-raff up the kermit.

    Our Lady of Grace pissed over all the others in Charlton :smiley:
    Just spat me Horlicks out then
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  • stonemuse said:

    Fossdene better than that riff-raff up the kermit.

    Our Lady of Grace pissed over all the others in Charlton :smiley:
    Just spat me Horlicks out then
    Packed full of London Irish from the council estates and lots of Charlton from Cherry Orchard :smiley:
  • Had loads mates who went Fossdene and loads who went Charlton Manor, but ain't sure who actually went Sherington?

    I did.
  • stonemuse said:

    stonemuse said:

    Fossdene better than that riff-raff up the kermit.

    Our Lady of Grace pissed over all the others in Charlton :smiley:
    Just spat me Horlicks out then
    Packed full of London Irish from the council estates and lots of Charlton from Cherry Orchard :smiley:
    Yeah, I knew loads of people who went there an all, mostly girls though tbh. Then they went on to either St Ursula's and the blokes went on to St Josephs Academy
  • stonemuse said:

    stonemuse said:

    Fossdene better than that riff-raff up the kermit.

    Our Lady of Grace pissed over all the others in Charlton :smiley:
    Just spat me Horlicks out then
    Packed full of London Irish from the council estates and lots of Charlton from Cherry Orchard :smiley:
    Yeah, I knew loads of people who went there an all, mostly girls though tbh. Then they went on to either St Ursula's and the blokes went on to St Josephs Academy
    So true ... I went to St Joes and my first girlfriend went to St Ursulas.
  • stonemuse said:

    Fossdene better than that riff-raff up the kermit.

    Our Lady of Grace pissed over all the others in Charlton :smiley:
    Doesn’t sound quite right to me.
  • OLoG was the only school in Charlton that could play football
  • I was Charlton Manor 75, 76,77
  • Had loads mates who went Fossdene and loads who went Charlton Manor, but ain't sure who actually went Sherington?

    Me.
  • I was Charlton Manor 75, 76,77

    I was also there between 74-79.
  • OLoG was the only school in Charlton that could play football

    They got schooled by St Joseph’s Prep (£100 a term posh kid from Mottingham) at Charlton Park on their own patch
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  • I was Charlton Manor 75, 76,77

    I was also there between 74-79.
    My aunt was a teacher there around that time, Mrs Nix (Wren)
  • Just been featured on Mary Berry cooking tonight

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  • Nadou said:

    I do a lot of talks in schools and this is the best school I've ever been to. I was there in February and the whole place blew me away. A wonderful school with great staff, enthusiastic and motivated kids and a genius Head Teacher.

    Any idea what Fossdene is like these days @Nadou ?
  • edited March 6
    Nadou said:

    I do a lot of talks in schools and this is the best school I've ever been to. I was there in February and the whole place blew me away. A wonderful school with great staff, enthusiastic and motivated kids and a genius Head Teacher.


    It looks fantastic. I follow them on twitter. The visitors they get - all sorts of famous chefs. Their kitchen and garden is something to be proud of. How have they achieved it?



  • Nadou said:

    I do a lot of talks in schools and this is the best school I've ever been to. I was there in February and the whole place blew me away. A wonderful school with great staff, enthusiastic and motivated kids and a genius Head Teacher.

    Any idea what Fossdene is like these days @Nadou ?
    Shithole still mate
  • Had loads mates who went Fossdene and loads who went Charlton Manor, but ain't sure who actually went Sherington?

    I went to Sherington
  • Riviera said:

    I was Charlton Manor 75, 76,77

    I was also there between 74-79.
    My aunt was a teacher there around that time, Mrs Nix (Wren)
    I can't recall the name, I had the same teacher for 3 years. Mr Venton, think his first name was Clifford.
  • It is a very good school, my wife works there as well, she is currently in Kathmandu visiting an orphanage who are in partnership with school.
  • Riviera said:

    I was Charlton Manor 75, 76,77

    I was also there between 74-79.
    My aunt was a teacher there around that time, Mrs Nix (Wren)
    I can't recall the name, I had the same teacher for 3 years. Mr Venton, think his first name was Clifford.
    He was there when I was there 81 to 85

    Music Teacher, think his kids went there as well
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