Robert and Jim become Librarians for the day. Note the albums at the top right of the screen from CHS FPs Wet Wet Wet.
A view from the south wing of the school towards the tower block, the CHS new build and Clydebank in the distance. Older pupils can remember looking out of these windows at Singer’s clock counting down the minutes until home time!
Some may think that this is an odd photo, but I like it as it shows the quality of the fittings within the building.
The art class of Mr Stirling.
Throughout the school was the magnificent brickwork.
Back to the front of the school. This shot is overlooking Barrie Quadrant.
This is the Art corridor. This photo is taken from outside the door of Room 31.
Apologies for the quality, it was taken through the window of a locked door!
At the top of the stairs is Room 31. This was our RE classroom which belonged to Mr Iain Morrison. Iain contributed many photographs to oldchs.co.uk, in fact he has his very own collection on this site.
Up the stairs we go! Photo 17 of the R Jennings collection was taken in a classroom to the left at the bottom of the stairs. We now approach the Religious Education and Art corridor.
In one of our old Home Economics sewing classrooms. Here, Robert is sat at his old sewing machine station! Changed days from the gender-divided subjects!