Robson Worthington (22)
The teachers at the school were amazing and were lots of fun. You could have a laugh with them. I enjoyed playing rounders and also football. I made friends for life who I am still in touch with now. Then I went to secondary school where I got bullied and didn't get any of my GCSEs. No-one thought I would go anywhere in life so I went to college and studied National Diploma Sport Coaching and Education Level 3 for two years. I worked at the old Grove and trained to be a lifeguard and got many more certificates such as level 3 leisure management, metafit, spin etc. Now I work at the new leisure centre doing my own class and am becoming a Personal Trainer. I also work at Suggy's Gym teaching Metafit and doing some PT.
Joshua Kent (14)
I thought that the teachers were good fun and they had a laugh with you. I enjoyed playing sports and was part of all of the teams. I made lots of friends there who I am still friends with now. Looking back now, I realise how much the teachers care about the children and want the best for us. Sometimes I wish I could go back to the Mount School. Mrs Kelly got me into hockey when I was in Year 3. I played for the school team and then she put me in touch with Newark Hockey Club. 6 years later and I play hockey for Nottinghamshire County U15s and Newark Men's 3rd and sometimes 2nd team.
Kristopher Ellison ( 31 )
I remember Mrs Whitaker bringing her dog, George into school every day. I used to do errands for Mr Richardson each day. When I moved on to Secondary School my exam results were not great but I was determined to prove people wrong who thought I wouldn't make anything of myself. Now I am a HGV driver and I have put myself through many tests to maintain my job.
Jennifer Ellison (24)
I really enjoyed sports at Mount and I remember playing netball. I got lots of medals and represented the school in competitions. I loved going on holiday with my friends with school and I am still friends with lots of my Mount School friends now. I have moved on to working in personnel at Ambitions.
Gary Worthington (19)
I really enjoyed my time at the Mount and made lots of friends. I really enjoyed doing sports. Whilst there I was diagnosed with ADHD and received lots of help and support. I went on to college to do Sports Science and am now going on to university to study Criminology.