Bridlington primary school attracted hundreds of visitors after opening its doors for former pupils to come and have a look around for the last time before the building is demolished.
Staff and governors held an Open Day to rekindle school day memories for past pupils in the old school before it is closed and transferred to new, state-of-the-art buildings on the site.
Thousands of old photographs, books and memorabilia were on display charting the schools history.
Kath Carlisle, who is the present-day headteacher was thrilled with the event. “We had a wonderful day with hundreds of people turning up to look at old photos and memorabilia of the school from 1955 to the present day. “
“Ex-pupils, staff and family groups attended the school and we had a great time listening to tales of their time in school. People brought in old school books and reports for us to photocopy and read. Many people had memories of the building and teaching staff at different times throughout the school history. We would like to thank everyone who attended” she added.
Many of those who attended remembered the old outdoor pool and the provision of milk at morning break-times.