David Ford shares an exceptional insight into his time as a junior at the then JTS including woodwork, brickwork and somewhat unwise pranks!
Read about Vivian and Pru’s memories of their time at City College Norwich studying Secretarial Studies which at that time formed part of the colleges Business courses. Both of them went on to have successful careers after.
Raymond Thompson attended Norwich Junior Technical School in the 1950’s, he shares insights into life preparing for his time at The Tech. Rugby was a towering success for his team and he could see his wood from the leaves!
John Martin left school at 15 years old in December 1959 with no formal qualifications. He then started his remarkable journey to becoming a professional engineer by obtaining an apprenticeship with Eastern Electricity starting in September 1960.
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David Coe left school at 15 years old and started work doing a five year engineering apprenticeship until he was 21.
Prior to this he was at the Norwich Technical School (otherwise known as “the Junior Tech”) which had formed
Jean Dale (nee Beales) studied cookery at the college in 1952-53.
Here Jean recounts her memories of her time at the college, at a time when post-war scarcity still affected the availability of certain produce. She tells the story of