You can see the exposed position on which the building stood, and to the left of the school a standing railway sleeper line is apparent - these are still upright to this very day. I'm a sucker for nostalgic thoughts and stood on this very spot last Sunday, thinking about the teachers and pupils in the photograph above, wondering what they would make of the power station, the rampant vegetation across the peninsula and the 'new money' that has flooded into the area causing London prices to be attached to what were their very own humble abodes. This is what the site looks like now:
The room layout can be clearly made out, with shards of tile, brick and glass still left over from the schools demolition back in 1969. The last pupil walked through the doors during the Second World War, just before the local children were evacuated. Lessons were never recommenced.