growing number of people have offered their services
as volunteers to help
in the new School. There will be all sorts of ways
to get involved. Each volunteer will have different amounts
of time to offer at the School or from home. Activities
will include “front of house” and “behind
the scenes” work.
teachers may like to try their hand as a schoolmistress
or schoolmaster in one
the role play activities with children.
But you don’t have to have taught in the past to
do this. You may prefer to work with children or with
will be a shop and a refreshments area to run. If you
like meeting people you might like to be a visitor guide.
oral history group will interview former pupils and staff
School, and others keen to share their childhood memories.
These interviews will need transcribing and adding to
the Archive. The collections of the School will need
and meticulous recording. If you have practical skills – making,
mending, even gardening – these would be much appreciated
your background, this might be just the opportunity to
develop new interests and skills with
support of others.
Ian Wolseley ( 660445) if you think you would like to