Were you at Rushmere Hall School in Ipswich in 1977?

The children doing some interactive learning Picture: DAVID KINDRED

The children doing some interactive learning Picture: DAVID KINDRED - Credit: David Kindred

It’s back to school as we share memories of Rushmere Hall school in 1977.

The children doing some interactive learning Picture: DAVID KINDRED

The children doing some interactive learning Picture: DAVID KINDRED - Credit: David Kindred

The students appeared to be enjoying themselves in an interactive lesson, with the latest learning equipment.

The children doing some interactive learning Picture: DAVID KINDRED

The children doing some interactive learning Picture: DAVID KINDRED - Credit: David Kindred

The junior school looked like it had lots of space for the children to play in at lunch times.

The children doing some interactive learning Picture: DAVID KINDRED

The children doing some interactive learning Picture: DAVID KINDRED - Credit: David Kindred

A basket making lesson took place in an arts and crafts lesson, the baskets look very well made by the young students.

The children doing some interactive learning Picture: DAVID KINDRED

The children doing some interactive learning Picture: DAVID KINDRED - Credit: David Kindred

The children doing some interactive learning Picture: DAVID KINDRED

The children doing some interactive learning Picture: DAVID KINDRED - Credit: David Kindred

Children learning in the library at Rushmere Hall school in 1977 Picture: DAVID KINDRED

Children learning in the library at Rushmere Hall school in 1977 Picture: DAVID KINDRED - Credit: David Kindred

A host of sports took place in the school hall, the students tried to gain possession of the ball in their teams.


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A pottery class got underway as the students enjoyed themselves making clay pots.

Some students worked in the library together, which was a quiet space for them to read and write.

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? Did you go to Rushmere Hall school in 1977? Email your memories to charlotte.bond@archant.co.uk

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