Baines School Poulton: 10 photos looking back at school life in the 80s

Baines School is a former grammar school in Poulton-Le-Fylde, and was one of three schools founded through James Baines' will in 1717.

Saturday, 29th June 2019, 7:12 pm
Baines School, Poulton-le-Fylde

Here are a selection of photos from our archives of school life at the school in the 80s:

Baines School's Swift Cup winning team. Front: M. Gray, R. Morley, A. Wardley, N. Carruthers, P. Clegg. Back: P. Stafford, S. Nelligan, K. Naden, K. Bee, M. Fielden, I. Wilinson, D. Boon and D. John.
Action from the Swift Cup final between Baines and Warbreck. Here Bee, the Baines goalkeeper gathers a high ball in the area.

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The sixth-form library in the then new extension.
The sixth-form common room, which used to be the old library.
Baines junior cross-country squad winners of the Wyre District championship. From left: Sara Catterall, Tracy Brown, Lisa Hooker, Eleni Yianakis, Zoe Ardron, Alison Braithwaite, Shiona Tyas, Beth Richards, Louise Boyle and Katherine Heritage.
The Baines School junior girls' and senior boys' swimming squads.
The then new extension to Baines which housed the domestic science, art and needlework departments.
Baines pupils Simon Bee, Julian Jesson and David Marsden demonstrate their computer skills to chairman of the governors Mr John Simmons and head of science Mr Ray Wilson (right).
Pictured: Mr Richardson, Charles, Simon, Carl, Mark and Mr Hoffman.