Mayfield Magazine 1959, Issue 21
From the Editorial by Mr. G. J. Larcombe: Mayfield Magazine has come of age! This is the twenty first issue – a fine record. We are pleased to acknowledge receipt of magazines from Loxford Secondary Boys School, SS. Peter and Paul School and Billericay Secondary School, whose headmaster, Mr. Goldwyn, was at one time on the staff of Mayfield School.
From the Headmaster’s Review by C. F. W. Hicks: In my view the most notable feature of the school, is the number of boys who each year ask to continue for the full five-year course. The number is now approaching the hundred mark and will probably exceed this figure for the first time next September.
Finally I leave this thought with all boys in the school – ‘It is no disgrace to have failed; it is only a disgrace to have ceased trying’.
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The Cathedral by Howard Barnes
The Shark by W. R. Smith
The Barber’s by A. Turner
A Description Of A Strip Of Coastline by B. Bishop
The Avalanche by G. Needham
Docks by G. Sansom
Cats by R. Reynolds
“What’s Going On?” by A. J. Turner
Desert Islands by R. Reynolds
What Is An Apprentice by Mr. H. D. Hickie
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