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The life and schooling of Peter Michael Gardiner. By Rosie. In August 1936 Peter Gardiner was born to a family of six. Peter was born in Gisborne , Victoria.

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in august 1936 peter gardiner was born to a family of six peter was born in gisborne victoria
In August 1936 Peter Gardiner was born to a family of six.Peter was born in Gisborne , Victoria.
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His schooling days were spent at the local Catholic school calledSt. Brigid’s Primary School.Peter had many friends who he still meets up with today.

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Unlike us, he had one classroom with all the grades from prep to year 8.Peter had 1 teacher the whole time he was at school, her name was Miss Mary Slattery. She taught him through all his grades and taught all subjects.

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Most of the subjects he was taught are the same today but they have different names like arithmetic and geography.
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The games he played were different as well.Some of the games he played were Hoppo-Bumpoand Bulldog.His favorite game was football because he could pretend to be a VFL (Victorian football league)player.

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Since he left, the school has changed, actually its completely gone but they built a new one at the top of the property.Also Mary Slattery has died and the nuns have come and gone.

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He left in Grade five and went to the Gisborne State School number 262 and then on to Assumption College in Kilmore.
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He finished school in 1951 and commenced a motor mechanic apprenticeship in Melbourne at Alan-Coffey motors.
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He is still working as a mechanic at the popular “Gardiner\'s Garage” in Gisborne.He has married and raised a family in Gisborne as well.
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