Some of the following may
not be 100% accurate, however I will try not to use rumors wherever
Kumars Moghtader is living
is LA in the USA, and works for Lucasarts, making merchandise like toys
and so on from the Star Wars and Indiana Jones range.
Crispian Flitton changed his
name and moved to the North of England, where he own a childrens safety
company. He is married with 4 children.
Toby Kassell went to ballet
schools around the world, before graduating and becoming a ballet dancer
performing all over Europe. He is married with a new baby
Mick Blackesley is living in
Yorkshire somewhere. (Sorry Mick, I will put in more as I get to
David Rawnsley died in the
mid 80's of a heart attack. I am assuming his holiday business and
so on were taken over by his son and daughter.
I dont know if Mrs Rawnsley
is still alive. Is she is, and is reading this HELLO, THANKYOU FOR
THE SMARTIES. (Forgot to say that years ago.)
Mr Boswell died in the 80's
too, I only vaguely remember him as the one who gave out those plastic
chess sets to the boys on a sunday.
Mrs Boswell is probably dead
by now, however I doubt this will stop her from trying to teach juniors
when it comes down to it.
Mr Kauffman the sciences
teacher is probably back in the USA by now. Best remembered for
looking like an extra from National Lampoons Animal House.
Patrick Manifold is still
alive and teaching at the Roman Catholic school in Great Yarmouth.
Married with 3 daughters. Lets hope the years have mellowed him a
Phillip Anthill left the
school in about 79, to go to the USA as I recall. If you ever see
this Phillip, please get in touch.
Neville Chainey's parents
lived in the school grounds, managing the large gardens. I imaging
he is still there somewhere.
Simon Temple is apparently
living in Great Yarmouth from what I hear. The rumor that he had a
poo in the urinals because he thought they were a special kind of toilet
is true (allegedly)
Mr Searle was the public face of the
school. As Principal, he met parents etc. He had been a
Flight Lieutenant in the RAF and started DHS after leaving
after the war. Searle was an odd fish, never married and had
allowed favoured boys to stay with him at his cottage just
outside the grounds, although I know of no rumours attached
to this. He was a great prison visitor, which could explain
some of the staff! Searle was crazy about the choir and also
taught music badly. Not known as a beater and flogger, but
liked to be present when the head caned someone. Oh yes, he
proundly told us once that when he got drunk at his club
(Lions?) he liked to strip off and swim naked in the pool.
Mrs Chainey was the school cook during the
late 70's, early 80's.