Who do you recognise in these High Peak school pictures from 2007?

Children have gone back to school this month after weeks of online learning, so we’ve decided to take a trip down memory lane and delved into our archive to unearth these great pictures of High Peak school days.

Saturday, 13th March 2021, 7:00 am
Who can you spot in these school pictures from almost 15 years ago?
Who can you spot in these school pictures from almost 15 years ago?

The photos show everything from sports days to student productions and after school clubs from 2007.

Take a look and see who you can recognise. Who has changed the most and who has hardly changed at all in these pictures?

Year six at St Mary's Primary School practise their drumming skills in preparation for the lantern procession that marked the climax of the New Mills Festival
Buxton Junior School took part in bulb planting
Tideswell school went dotty for Children in Need
Earl Sterndale after school club celebrating its fifth anniversary
Chapel Primary's Big Writing Day took on a pirate theme with the whole school and staff in fancy dress
The Mechanicals rehearse their play within a play at Buxton Community School
Combs School's charity sponsored walkers
Combs school where all the pupils launched balloons to publicise their campaign to save the school
Pupils from St Thomas More and St Annes schools protest at the cancellation of their sports hall on the day that building work should have started.
Children from Taxal and Fernilee School on a Willy Wonka themed float for Whaley Bridge carnival
Buxworth school's gardeners at Whaley Bridge Carnival
Buxton Community school, year 9 work experience
Burbage Primary when infant teacher Carol Collis retired after 30 years at the school
St Thomas More school. Matt Tozer of Peakdale Molecular presents the prize for exceptional progress in science to joint winner Josh O'Malley
Buxton Community School took part in anti-social behaviour workshops
Dove Holes Primary where Years 5 and 6 produced a special play to warn pupils about the dangers of playing on railway lines
Harpur Hill primary pupils with Jane McGrother of Buxton in Bloom, teacher Rona Barton, Diane Partridge of the PTA and year sixes Natalie Mellor, Liam Ingleby, Maail Afaal and Laura Nutton
Flash primary school with their Alice in Wonderland float for Buxton Carnival
Y8 boys from Buxton Community school taking part in a 200m race
Buxton Community school head Alan Kelly celebrates their sucess as a sports college with some of the sporty year 7s
This New Mills School musical group qualified for a prestigious national festival