Interior View of the Hall of Stevenage Girls' Grammar School. 1958

By Simon Mortimer

Stevenage Girls' Grammar School Hall. Photo taken in 1958
Stevenage Museum. P3899
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  • Was at GGSS from 1963 to 1970 and remember Mr Robson well. History ‘A’ level only had 3 participants once we got near to the exam – Jane, Felicity and myself so we were almost tutored. Met him again when he was pushing a buggy round the Town Centre years later. Then on the Supply Teaching round in the 1990’s when I just couldn’t call him Colin. Memories!

    By Pat Sweetlove (Williamson) (21/07/2021)
  • I remember Colin Robson from when I attended Skegness Grammar School, 1959-66. He was one of the few teachers who encouraged me and I responded, ending up as a Head of Humanities and the author of several history textbooks. All down to Colin’s inspiration. We also both played for Skegness Cosmos FC- he was a creative midfield player. Thanks, Colin.

    By David Taylor (20/05/2018)
  • Colin Robson is still around. He lives in the Chells area with his wife Carmen. We see him every Sunday at Church.

    By Peter Wright (20/03/2017)
  • It’s November 2014 and Colin Robson is still around – I see him in the Chells area quite often.

    By Erika Timbers (06/11/2014)
  • I remember a classical concert held here. Famous guitarist who played classical Spanish compositions. It was beautiful. Does anyone know what became of the history teacher Mr Colin Robson or the geography teacher Mrs Seale?

    By Helen Carter nee Davis (03/04/2014)
  • I remember it well too! Started there in 1959 in the 4 th year when we moved to Stevenage. Can picture Mr Braddy ( J H ?)the Caretaker and passed by the bungalow everyday …..only had to walk over the road from Collenswood Road !

    By Barbara Cowan nee Leach (25/05/2013)
  • Remember it well, my Father was the school caretaker, and used to put out the chairs, we lived in the bungalow at the school entrance

    By Peter Braddy (01/03/2013)