Were these the happiest days of your life?

Children enjoying their art lesson Picture: RICHARD SNASDELL

Children enjoying their art lesson Picture: RICHARD SNASDELL - Credit: RICHARD SNASDELL

Drama, art and maths lessons were on the timetable when our photographer visited Felixstowe’s Grange Community Primary School in 1990.

Children enjoying their art lesson Picture: RICHARD SNASDELL

Children enjoying their art lesson Picture: RICHARD SNASDELL - Credit: RICHARD SNASDELL

Photographer Richard Snasdell visited the school, in Grange Road, to capture the various lessons being held that day. We see children acting out a play in their drama lesson, while others are busy painting and sticking. One group are listening to their teacher and another are studying newspapers.

Children enjoying their art lesson Picture: RICHARD SNASDELL

Children enjoying their art lesson Picture: RICHARD SNASDELL - Credit: RICHARD SNASDELL

The pupils pictured will now be in their 30s and may have only fleeting memories of these lessons, but they will, no doubt, look back on their primary school days fondly.

Children enjoying their art lesson Picture: RICHARD SNASDELL

Children enjoying their art lesson Picture: RICHARD SNASDELL - Credit: RICHARD SNASDELL

Our school days are, afterall, often referred to as ‘the best days of our lives’.

Children enjoying their art lesson Picture: RICHARD SNASDELL

Children enjoying their art lesson Picture: RICHARD SNASDELL - Credit: RICHARD SNASDELL

Did you go to Grange Road Primary School in the 1990s?

Children enjoying their art lesson Picture: RICHARD SNASDELL

Children enjoying their art lesson Picture: RICHARD SNASDELL - Credit: RICHARD SNASDELL

Can you name anyone in the pictures? Perhaps you recognise brothers, sisters or former classmates?

Children enjoying their art lesson Picture: RICHARD SNASDELL

Children enjoying their art lesson Picture: RICHARD SNASDELL - Credit: RICHARD SNASDELL

If you were a pupil at the time, why not share this article on Facebook and see if any friends spot themselves?

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