Helston County Secondary School, 1969
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Penrose Road school including the following teachers and pupils: Nicola Skewes, Sharon Retallick, Ann Treloar, Sheila Dawe, Brenda Barter, Yvonne Houghton, Susan Ellis, Jill Skewes, Sylvia Julian, Verena Julian, Mary Bell, Barbara Cox, Kim Moreton, Alison Gilbert, Trudy McColl, Jackie Hough, Ross Treneer, David Freeman, Peter Holland, Robert Johnson, Michael Barwell, Robert Bell, Ian Edwards, Leslie Hosking, Clive Dudley, Roderick Hunt, David McDonald, John Phillips, Richard Bray, Phil Burgess, Peter Pearce, Graham Richards, Mark Kesley, Mark Williams, Simon Atherton, Charlie Hunt, Nigel Treloar, Martin Eustace, Phyllis James, Colin Caddy, Diane Williams, Janice Rogers, Raymond Williams, Roger Bowden, Stuart Pearce, Edward Blake, Leslie Hosken, Graham Jenkin, Steven Furber, Paul Coulston, Adrian Trimble, Brian Boyd, Geoffrey Symes, Robert Bell, Bruce Bray, John Truman, David Smith, Graham Collins, Phillip Tiddy, Sydney Rosvear, Max Retallack, Martin Stephens, Trevor Lane, Francis Carne, Roger Bosustow, Peter Tonkin, Stephen Clayton, Timothy Koch, Vivian Smitheram, Leon Kemp, Roger Boaden, Mrs Woodman, Brian Martin, Mrs O'Rourke, Mrs Wheeler, Mrs Peek (Hosking), Mr Rogers, Mary Dunn, Mr Harpin (Headmaster), Olga Carr, Ken Hadwin, Don Battershill, Ken Angel, Tony Hosking.
Helston County Secondary School was formerly known as Helston Secondary Modern School. In the sixties and early seventies the Penrose Road school was known locally as the ‘Green School’ because of its uniform of dark green and grey.
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