Here Ray recalls moving into a nearby girls’ school during wartime.
Here Ronald describes a trip to London during the war.
Here Ronald describes sheltering in the church hall during an air raid.
Here Mark reflects on the futility of segregation.
Here Belinda asks Jack if it was worth going to school.
Here Jack talks to Belinda about leaving school.
Here Mark describes having to ‘self knowledge’ himself.
Here John describes the career options suggested by his Head teacher.
Here Samantha describes her fear of being discriminated against.
Here John recalls being bullied at school.
Here Anthea recalls getting her English Literature teacher changed.
Here Belinda describes how she coped with the loss of her family.
Here Haq describes the public school culture at his school.
Here Samantha describes how she felt when she discovered she was HIV positive.
Here Ray describes her sheltered childhood.
Here Isobel describes the attitudes of adults in her life.
Here Belinda recalls having detention with the Head teacher.
Here Samantha describes people having low expectations of her.
Here Ajay describes the lack of sex education at his school.
Here Haq recalls the arrival of girls at his school.
Here Anthea recalls her loneliness at school.
Here Sebastian describes his support staff being a barrier to friendships.
Here Isobel describes the children’s acceptance of her condition.
Here Ray describes doing everything for herself.
Here John remembers his time in hospital.
Here Haq describes being sent away from his family.
Here Sebastian describes his school’s layout making him late for lessons.
Here Jack remembers cycling to school.
Here Samantha describes her relationship with her college tutor.
Here Ray recalls her teachers.