MISCELLANEOUS DOCUMENTS
RETURN 
2016 Reunion at invitation of IHS (table of events)  
2004 Austin Farrar - a historical footnote inventor of sailing gear - based in Woolverstone
2002 "Country Life" article on Woolverstone House (Corner's) Ian Thompson - October 2011 (2MB)
1990 Dick Woollett letter re Commemoration Day Rather a WAKE, I guess .......
1990 Headmaster's Report on Last Days Arrangements rather sad .... the end of a great era
1981/1983 Report & Commendations for Richard Merghani Richard Merghani
1971 Parents' Association Guide to Ipswich for Open Days Mark Frost
1977 Disco Advertising! from Mark Frost
1974 Report Card Cover Terry Johnson R.I.P.
1970 WHS vaccination record card  
1965 A Year Card sample Chris Snuggs
1964 6th Form Prize for Arts - Chris Snuggs I chose "The Western Intellectual Tradition", but I preferred the "Sherlock Holmes Compendium" I won in year 2!
1964 an envelope of a letter to German Assistant Siegfried Hahn We were lucky in our language assistants.
1963 School Fees List for Parents Amanda Swift (daughter of friend of Jim Hyde)
1963 Clothing List for Parents Amanda Swift
ca 1962 Weekly menu Amanda Swift
1959 Parents' Association Membership Card Chris Nial
1957 PUNISHMENT LINES from Mike O'Leary (1957 to 1961)
1957 roughbook cover and timetables
1950 school report David Harrington R.I.P.
SO FAR UNDATED
Woolverstone History leaflet  
Report Grading System an incomplete original and a prettified one
Car Club Receipt Jo Briggs
Clothes list for parents Bob Massie
Invitation to the Dance Ian McCulloch
Christmas cards (3) including from Chris Nial
The Stowe Exchange an article by Ian MacEwan
"The Prologue to The Canterbury Tales" as taught by Patrick Hutton
School postcards  
POST WHS DOCUMENTS
standing order form for WHOBA contributions from Mike O'Leary
a poem by Harvey Angel about the WHOBA Committee!  
1967 Jean Butler, Librarian a personal account by Jean Butler
My life since Woolverstone Steve Johnston in 2002
A comment on the school, its nature, changes and OBs Jim Atkinson in 1999
A Tribute to Jim Hyde Mark Hyde