The children who had been picked out of the crocodile on that first day were threatened with being sent to the Vicarage if they misbehaved!
The evacuees in Easterton did not have a schoolroom to attend for the first few weeks so spent most of their time in the fields.
Eventually a tiny hall was found, no bigger than your lounge, to act as a schoolroom. A curtain was hung across the middle of the room to separate the different age groups. Graffie's son Don made the inkwell stands for this little schoolroom.