Wembley School family trees

2017-05-31 06:05
Second generation at Wembley.

Second generation at Wembley.

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LOUISA YEADON

OUR first trees were planted at Wembley in 1997 by Mr and Mrs Corbishley, who founded our school. The tree numbers are growing in our forest. Many young saplings have matured on our school grounds. Their roots are well established in our soil. Some of our fully grown trees are now producing offspring.

Mr and Mrs Corbishley's three granddaughters Amanda, Kerry and Hannah matriculated at our school. Five grandchildren are now attending Wembley - Jack, John, Henry, Amelia and Nick. One great grandson Borden started at Wembley in 2016.

The second generation are now arriving at our school. There are four parents who matriculated from our school and are now sending their children to the school.

Amanda Barton's son Borden started at the school two years ago. Theresa Hohls matriculated in 2000 with the first group of matriculants in the school. Her daughter Lindsay started with us in 2016 and this year her son Kyle joined the pre-school.

Elzare Slatter finished in 2003 and her son Clarke started in the nursery school last year. Marinda Wilken is another mom who completed her studies in 2007 and now has two children Juandre and Amore at the school.

We love the depth of our family tree. Our trees grow tall and strong together.

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