Anthony J Sargeant, Anthony Sargeant, School

Haberdashers’ Aske’s Hatcham Boys’ School – School Captains

SchoolCaptains

Honours Board in the School hall listing School Captains since 1930. Anthony Sargeant, Tony, remembers the sign-writer coming once a year to update this and the other honours board. Done in situ he would climb a step ladder and paint the name in with a yellow sticky paint before applying the gold leaf. In 1960 Tony took the school photographs including the school prefects with Mr Goddard the Headmaster. In that year there were joint school captains as can be seen on the board, Paul Clements and Adrian Moss.

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Anthony J Sargeant, Anthony Sargeant, School

Life in an English Grammar School in the 1950s by Anthony J Sargeant

Morning Assembly at Haberdashers’ Aske’s Hatcham Boys’ School 1955-62 In reading this note it is important to understand that the day to day running of the school was organised and controlled by the Prefects. The masters taught their subjects but did not have to concern themselves with mundane matters such as the wearing of correct uniform, behaviour in the school playground during breaks, supervising queues for school dinners at lunchtime, or reporting boys who arrived late after the bell had been sounded for the school to line up in the playground ready for morning assembly.

via Morning Assembly in an English Grammar School in the 1950s — Tony Anthony J Sargeant

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Anthony Sargeant

A Summers Day on the Beach at Bracklesham Bay on the English South Coast

Mark Baxter Steve Lee Barbara Attridge and Bob Tweddle bracklesham bay 1963

Larking about on the beach – Mark, Steve and Bob with our friend ‘Bats’ (Barbara). Anthony Sargeant ( Tony ) took this photograph in 1963 on a visit to Bracklesham Bay when he drove down in his first car (1936 Ford 10) from South London with Barbara to see their friends who were working at Bracklesham Bay Hotel during the summer vacation.

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Anthony Sargeant, cooking

Cold thinly sliced Roast Beef

Anthony Sargeant cooked a small joint of beautifully marbled beef earlier in the week. Quickly sealed in a hot pan then into a fan oven at 60 degrees Celsius for an hour and a half. What was left after the first meal was very thinly sliced and served cold with chips (french fries to Americans) a salad and a few spicy stuffed red peppers.

via Delicious Cold Roast Beef — TONY Anthony SARGEANT

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Anthony Sargeant

Sprats for supper – now in season and ‘cheap as chips’ — Tony Anthony J Sargeant

Supper the other evening was sprats pan fried by Anthony Sargeant in an almost dry pan after coating with a little seasoned flour. Served with a slightly spicy pepper relish and green salad. Sprats are so cheap but delicious when well seasoned and with a little lemon juice.

via Sprats for supper – now in season and ‘cheap as chips’ — Tony Anthony J Sargeant

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