A delightful photograph of a very happy group of P7 pupils from Newport School, learning their hockey skills up in Windmill Park from PE teacher Margaret Wright. By the time this photograph was taken in 1971, the road bridge, and of course the link dual carriageway, had been open for nearly 5 years. Access to ...
A parents' meeting inside Newport School in the early 1970s. It may well have been an open evening for the Brownies. We have plenty Newport School photographs, but this is the only one inside.
In 1990 Newport Primary School entered the Bank of Scotland National Scotquiz Competition and won. The team had two members from P6, and two from P7.
Newport School 1982 - 1983 P1
Newport School 1981 - 1982 P1
Newport School P1 1984 - 1985
Newport School 1990 - 1991 P7
Newport School group 1970s.
Newport School 1974. Woodwork class with Mr Borthwick.
Newport School group P7 1975. All these pupils were born in 1963 so a reunion was held in the Brig o' Tay in 2013 to mark their 50th birthdays. See the reunion.
The Newport School Primary 7 class in 1975 were all born in 1963. To celebrate their 50th birthdays they held a reunion in the Brig o' Tay. See this Primary 7 class, and also as Primary 1.
A class group in Newport School gym around 1974.
Newport Primary School group, possibly P6 around 1975.
A summer fair at Newport School, about 1988.
Photograph of the kitchen staff at the new Newport School.
Newport Primary School, P1. 1986
Newport Primary School P1 - 1988
Newport School, P7, 1989. Mrs McIntosh's last school trip.
All-action view of Newport School playground around 1970. Railings were always a great attraction, for squeezing through, hanging over or getting stuck in. Julian Gillespie, who sent in this photograph, thought the trailer was loaded full of sports equipment to be taken up to Windmill Park.
Newport School sports at Windmill Park around 1970. Even after the dual carriageway opened in 1966 classes still went up to the park for sports and PE, and traffic stopped to let them cross!