Mr Davies sadly didn't return after the Summer due to ill health. He had been Head of Religious Studies since September 1970. We wished him a happy retirement.
The Parents' Association bought stage lighting equipment for the hall.
The Lions' Club of Gloucester generously donated a new Umpire's chair for the tennis courts.
In October a death sentence was given to seven trees in the school's grounds. Luckily a report by a Tree Surgeon advised on reducing the height of the trees instead of felling. Sadly, some of the trees had already been felled. The following Spring the trees were pollarded and a fund was launched to pay the £120 costs. The £120 was raised plus £47 towards future treatment.
Old Girls' News
Sarah Faulkner has been accepted to do a Fine Arts Honours Degree Course at Newcastle University.
Sally Carter has gained her FCM at The Simpson Maternity Hospital, Edinburgh and she is nw a Staff Nurse.
Angela Govan, from September 1975 will be teaching English in NE Nigeria under VSO Scheme for 2 years. She gained her BA Hons in German, after studying (AED) at University College, London.
Elizabeth Searle is working in CEGB and has passed 100 wpm shorthand examination.