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Tennyson Road Infant School
Opened in February 1938
 Infant School in Tennyson Road
The Infant School in Tennyson Road opened in 1938

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1951 Tennyson road infant class

Back row: 4th from left is Barbara Parnell

3rd row: The tall boy far right, is John Eaton.

Front row: Robert Batchelor, Clive Moss, Barry Waterfield, Billy Bishop, Geoff Drage, Colin Whitwell, Norman Tilley, ??.

Another photo thought to be

Back row: 1st Roger Alderman, 2nd Rodney Hodgkins, 3rd Robert Taylor,
5th Paul Slater, 6th Colin Green, 7th Bill Jackson, 11th David Hart.
3rd row: 5th Wendy Childs, 9th Irene Shephard, 10th ? Hales.
2nd Row: 4th Lesley Henson, 6th Carol Parker, 11th Maxine Martin,
12th Christine White?
Front row: 1st Terry Catling, 2nd Richard Parkinson, 3rd Danny Hutton, 5th Terry Harmer?, 6th John Francollini, 7th Paul Surridge.

Graham Hart is front row 7th
Graham Hart sent the picture above and adds he is back row 4th from left in this one. Front row: 1st is Eddie ? Francolini, next to him is my old friend Gordon Thacker,
5th Rodney Barnes, 7th David ? Skelton,
2nd row: 5th Susan Beeby, 8th Janet Brown, 12th Beverly Coales,
3rd row: 1st David Jefferies.
Taken in the Coronation year, we were all given a copy in a souvenir wallet,
and a book "Elizabeth Our Queen"

Claire Randall spotted her dad -
Back row: 2nd from right is Paul Randall and 3rd his non-identical twin Peter Randall.

May Queen Day
May Queen Day 1952

Evening Telegraph, 24th October 2007

Book full of tasty tips
A SCHOOL'S winning menus have been printed in a cook book which goes on sale today.
Pupils at Tennyson Road Infants School, Rushden, have had their hot and cold lunch menus printed after winning the Big Recipe Book competition.
The countywide competition challenged pupils to work with their school to make their own healthy menus for school dinner.
From today children and parents will be able to get their hands on the Big Recipe Book which is packed with school recipes and menu ideas for healthy meals and snacks.
The book was endorsed by top chef Rob Rees and offers advice about food and cooking to organisations across the education and health sectors.
It will be launched today at Waitrose in Kingsthorpe, Northampton, and will be on sale at the school for £4.

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