The site was originally started for pupils who were in the intake that started in 1961, then it was extended to include all pupils who were at Up Holland Grammar. Anyone who attended Up Holland Grammar at any time is welcome to contibute their memories of a great school and a wonderful period in our lives - "the best days of our life"
Anyone wishing to advertise their company and sponsor the website please contact me at email@example.com
If anyone who has enjoyed the website wants to make a donation they can also contact me at the above email address.
I am currently scanning the 1962 school magazine which is quite a big one so may take a while.
There are still a lot of schol magazines to be scanned but it is a slow job. Is anyone interested in scanning a few magazines and then sending me the files to put online. It would help to get new content on the website quicker. If you're interested email me at firstname.lastname@example.org .
News and Email page - received from Brian Green in Australia who attended UGS 1947 - 1955
New entry on school memories page from Denys Gaskell a pupil at UGS in 1945.
Winstanley College have put up a plaque in honour of H.B. Ellis.
see more on Headmasters page - click here
Anyone who remembers Steve Clarke from school in the sixties and would like to see him performing with his group at his 65th birthday gig click the link on the News and Emails page.
Message from David Robinson -
Will Barbara Phillips (Webb) who left a comment on the Guestbook on Thursday 9th May 13, please email me at the website as an old friend is trying to contact her.
Photos from the reunion are available for viewing on the 2014 Reunion page.
Anyone who was there on the night and has photos please email them to email@example.com
Also we would like to hear your comments and memories from the reunion.
On 9th September Diamond Jubilee Celebrations were held at Winstanley College marking 60 yrs since the building officially opened when Up Holland grammar school moved from it's old premises in Ox House road to the new building in Winstanley road.
During the afternoon school tours were run enabling old pupils to reminisce seeing parts of the college still resembling the way it was, and to marvel at the new buildings and facilities available to the students now attending Winstanley College. In the evening a great 1950's themed show was performed by the present day students.
I would like to thank the college Princial, Louise Tipping, and all her staff for being so friendly and making us welcome and putting up with over 90 old pupils wandering round the college whilst classes were going on. I would especially like to thank the Vice Principal, Mel Chadwick, and Laura Barker for all their help during the time we worked with them organizing the Diamond Jubilee.
Please go to the Diamond Jubilee page to see photos from the afternoon school tours and the evening show.
Click HERE to go to Diamond Jubilee page
A collection of school related documents - sports and speech day programmes, exam papers, memorials etc.
Charity providing financial help to students of families of limited means.