Pictures you'll only understand if you went to this school in the Peak District

School days, a time when you were carefree and the biggest worry was homework and exams – relive the glory days of Lady Manners in the early 00s with these retro pictures.

Wednesday, 21st October 2020, 3:00 pm
Who can you spot in these Lady Manners pictures?
Who can you spot in these Lady Manners pictures?

Who can you spot in these throwback pictures? Who do you still talk to or who have you lost contact with?

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Taylor & Emmet's John Outram officially handed over the office equipment to Lady Manners' head teacher, Mary Sellers in 2004

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Philipa Cox, Caroline Cook, Rachel Gilliver, Bethan Griffith and Rebecca Slinn in 2005
Lady Manners School 6th form prom in 2005. Left to right, Rob Novelli, James O'Neill and Tom Outram.
Harriet Hemsphall and Sam Bradwell from Lady Manners school Green Group, Bakewell, at their stall at the Green Fair at St Marys Church, Bramall Lane in 2005
After nine years as the headteacher of King Edward VI school in Lichfield, Duncan Meikle took the helm at Lady Manners School in Bakewell in 2006
Godfrey Holmes, a volunteer trainer with the FedEx and Brake Road Safety Academy, meets Lady Manners sixth formers and young drivers Roger Wood,18, and Mary Benn,17 before his lecture on road safety.
Birkdale School hosted a Rugby Sevens tournament in 2006 pictured with Lady Manners students mid game
Chris weeks, Graham Taylor and Tim Nye launch kickgolf at Lady Manners School in 2006
Lady Manners School Young Enterprise Firm Cloud IX with their awards for Best Presentation and Best Company at the West Deryshire regional awards in 2006. Pictured Nick Black, Anna Harland, Mathew Isherwood, Joseph Dathan, William Wood, Emma Smith
Lady Manners student Emma Hopkins,13, of Great Longstone, who starred in the West End as Brat in the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical 'Whistle Down the Wind' in 2006
Lord and Lady Edward Manners officially open the new sixth form block and sports facilities at Lady Manners School in 2006
Pictured at Baldwins Omega, Lady Manners School 6th Form Ball, ltor, David Boam, William Froggatt, Kate Darwent, & Alisdair Crawford back in 2006
Pictured at Baldwins Omega, Lady Manners School 6th Form Ball in 2006, from left: Jess Furness, Harret Hempshall, Anna Mannian, & Jo McGough.
Sixth form students from Lady Manners School in Bakewell celebrate their leaving day in style back in 2006
Lady Manners School junior girls athletics team in 2006
Lady Manners School year seven pupils received a plaque from Gill Callender of LEPRA after raising more than £2000 for the charity in 2006
Lady Manners rugger players, 2006.
Lady Manners pupils Leyla Allen and Kate Lonsdale raised money for comic relief in their bath of tomatoes and dog food in 2007