St. Stephen's Junior School
Last updated: 08.03.20
St. Stephen's, or Stevoes as we children called it, was a Church of England school attached to the same-named church in the parish of Barbourne. The school colours were black and white but in those post-war WWII times there were no school uniforms. Just a tie or a belt (or both if it could be afforded) bore those colours. There was still rationing and we kids were all very skinny - in my class of 30 there was only one slightly chubby lad who we cruelly nick-named "Fatty". Everybody walked - even the teachers some of whom may have had bikes.
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