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  1. Is there anyone out there who went to St Ann's Well Road Infant and Junior school. I can recall some teachers names when I was there. Infant School Miss Bampton who was my first teacher headmistress Miss/Mrs Hayes Junior School Mr Teasedale and Miss Brown Headmaster Mr Salt.
  2. I am a PhD student researching the history of education in Britain during the Second World War. My project will explore the role of the school and teachers in children’s wartime lives while also being interested in young people’s experiences during periods when schools were forced to close. I am keen to interview people who either attended or were evacuated from a school in Nottinghamshire between the years 1939 and 1945. Emma Lautman A25, Department of History, University of Nottingham, University Park, Nottingham, NG7 2RD