This is a place for former students to leave comments about their time at Aston Manor
I think the school is good.
Daniel Raj here...AMA were challenging years for me, I must say. I was bright and at the top of my year (class of 05), however I had significant difficulty forming relationships within my year group. Despite this I will forever treasure the memories at AMA; the sprit of the school and the passion that the teachers had for their subjects was palpable, of note were; Mrs Anderson (Science Teacher) and Mrs Johnson (English Teacher)
Class of 88 for me.
I loved my time at Aston Manor, especially in the Steel Band.
The school made me who I am today. I have a fantastic job as the Head of Legacy for the Birmingham Commonwealth Games in 2022.
I am so lucky to have made so many good friends and would love to see some old pics from 1986 - 1989
I enjoy my time attending Aston Manor School, I talk about the memories since leaving in (2005) I was in most of the sports teams, my self and my three siblings attended here, It was a pleasure studying here. It was a struggle at times but when the right support from the teachers that believe and push everyone students to their full potential you can achieve great things! Thank you again :-)
So much to say...I was a member of the class of 82 & loved my time there. There is something special about aston manor and this shows in the testimonials of former students and staff who, to this day, keep in touch with each other and share reunions which unearth new stories each and every time.
Previous name Harsha C Solanki
I went to Aston Manor 1971-1977. I have very fond memories. The Teachers and Students were all wonderful
I now live in California, U.S.A. and heard about the 50th Reunion. I would have loved to be able to attend this and meet former students and teachers.
I came across my autograph book from Aston Manor and would like to mention my former teachers and headmaster. A big shout out to you all and Thank You. You really all make a difference in someones future.
My Headmaster was J.A.Findley
Beryl D was the secretary
Hope everyone has fun at the reunion.
I will check back and hope to find some great pictures.
Hey people...this is nadir (Abir's brother), I loved loved loved my days @ AMA, currently in construction down in London and I'll be forever thankful to the teachers who inspired me to work on a construction site, particularly Sharon the careers lady
I attended Aston Manor School from September 1969 (first opening) to 1973. I was head boy in my final year. I have very fond memories of my time at the school.
If there are any reunion groups for that period, can you please let me know.
Had some real fun memories from my time at school. Was there between 1991-1996
Hello there people, I was part of the class of '04 and thoroughly enjoyed my time at AMS, I particularly liked the big caretaker (you know which one I'm on about) and really miss red head. Missing the good ol' days although my year group were a very rowdy bunch :-)