Clowne Junior                                                          School

CJS Memories

7 Thoughts on “CJS Memories

  1. Billy Street-Rose on October 16, 2017 at 11:43 pm said:

    Currently in sixth form, attended CJS from 08 to 12 and miss it much more 5 years after attending. Need to come back and see everyone at some point, the Isle Of Wight trip was an iconic point in my life that I’ll never forget. Thanks for the memories :)

  2. Sam Booth was Clegg on May 20, 2017 at 7:02 pm said:

    Left in 2001 but have some fond memories, the all day in bed done by mr edge for charity (he doesn’t blinking age) and the whole school knowing his love for Newcastle brown ale.
    The teacher that always had time for me and made it so much easier to come to school, miss mellor (I believe it’s O’Connor now though). Would love to see her again. Staying behind after school for being accused of doing something I didn’t do despite my saying that it was the person sat next to me who laughed at me on his way out of school while I was sat crying waiting to be allowed to go to my mum! Now nearly 27 years old with a son of my own who starts full time school in September. Would love to be able to see Miss mellor again as there are things I’d like to thank her for.

  3. I left Clowne Junior school today my eyes welled up with tears,I made progress from being a yr 2 to a yr 6.
    My time has ended ,it’s not just the school it’s the teachers that I will miss: miss Wilson’s cool dance moves (she plays music during lessons), Mrs O’Connor can always take a joke especially when Mr Morris tells them,
    Mr Morris seems scary but really he is lovely,Mr Glasswell , people think he can’t smile but he can because today he dabbed multiple times,Mrs Law I can remember her forever even though she left,Miss Lockwood(th sports queen),Mr Ratcliffe, there is just one thing to say ……. Science experiments , Miss Wagstaffe (she is whappy but that’s great),Mr T , his expert basket ball skills and cool dancing,We were Mrs Yapp’s babies but now we are more like her teenagers . Great times have been experienced throughout school but especially yr 6 ,I will miss u so much. (Mr Edge u are the best headteacher ever& Mrs hall had been with us throughout out are stay at cjs) I will visit and keep on writing , see you soon …..lots&lots&lots&lots of love from Jodie xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  4. Conor on July 5, 2016 at 8:28 pm said:

    I had a great time at the Isle of Wight. Robin Hill was the best bit – The Colossus Swinging Galleon was really funny and surprisingly relaxing

  5. alixY6 on June 24, 2016 at 12:38 pm said:

    Hey loving my new school but missing you all. I the think is I don’t now if I am in y6 or y7 so yes. I am coming back for isle of white and rewards evening I think and my mum is sorting out y6 leavers party. I have to go free time is all most over miss you all so much bye.

  6. i can remember when i first met mr edge and he asked me how i was and i kicked him in the shins, i did it all through to year six, even if i see him i still do it and im nearly year 10 now, lol if he sees this im sure he know who i am…>:)

  7. ScarlettY6 on May 2, 2016 at 8:51 pm said:

    Mrs Barnett fell in the mud in Whitehall

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