Do you remember these photos of Preston's Archbishop Temple School pupils in the 90s?

We've been digging through the archives to bring you this trip down memory lane.

Thursday, 18th February 2021, 1:00 pm
Updated Thursday, 18th February 2021, 1:11 pm
More than 100 pupils received certificates and books for their efforts and achievements at the annual prize day in July 1994

These pictures were all taken by our photographers at Archbishop Temple School in Preston during the 90s.

Rev Dr Stephen Hunt, Chris Rogan from BAE, Bishop of Lancaster Rt Rev Jack Nicholls, Canon John Hall, head Gillian James, vice chairman of governors John Ashcroft, chairman of governors Gordon Payne and MP Nigel Evans
Kate Noble and Peter Kellett received long service awards

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Cookery lessons with chef Stephen Williams and Archbishop Temple pupils Nicola McGinty and Paul Taylor
Headteacher Dr David Dennison, Sarah Bhanot, winner of four prizes, Wendy Hogg, and chairman of govenors Gordon Payne at an awards night in 1994
Fiona Collins and Zuned Bhayat in the technology room
Scholarship winners Chintal Barot and Catherine Pape
Teacher Charles Wall and pupils Lee Marshall and Sarah Bhajot get to grips with some new technology equipment
Silver Jubilee reunion: Headteachers John Dobson, the Rev Peter Shepherd, Peter Hattersley and David Dennison
Chris Rogan of BAe opened the Technology College by burying a time capsule prepared by pupils at the school
In 1993 at new sign arrived to mark the school's name change from William Temple High School
Head teacher Dr Dennison left Archbishop School in 1995, to be replaced by Mrs Gillian James
Head of Technology Charles Wall with pupils
Samantha Croft celebrates after Archbishop Temple was the only Preston school to feature in a new guide book to the best schools in the UK
Celebrating a good report, Stephen Nalty, Martine McKelvey, Judith Modern and Nilesh Patel
The school installed £1000 worth of weights equipment in 1990
The Bishop of Lancaster Rt Rev Jack Nicholls joins in a science lesson with lisa Chauhan and Mandy Conroy-Phillips
Canadian headteacher Dr Ray Johnson with pupils Steven Hammond and Melissa Hamilton
Pupil Ben Severs celebrates his 100% attendance record
The Artful Dodger, Adam Jones and Oliver, Ian Parker rehearse their lines for a production of Oliver
Pupils Laura Parker and Ryan McAteer give Robert Parker a lift after the school received excellent results
Staff get in the swing for the school revue, Trilby Beetham is doing the splits and the Can Can girls are l-r Louise Emery, Kay Harrison, Janet Wrathall and Eileen Smith.
Pupils Peter Newton, Caroline Le, and Ian Parkerprepare for take off in the Pendle Balloon Company balloon, piloted by chief pilot Graeme Church and crew member Alex Kennedy.
When the school camesecond in the country as the most improved school headteacher Gillian James celebrated with pupil Lindsey Peacock in the science lab.
Oliver, Ian Parker and The Artful Dodger, Adam Jones rehearse their lines for aproduction of Oliver
Sue Barker and Trilby Beetham from the school officewith some of the Pudsey ribbons the school have sold in aid of Children in Need.
Pupils Laura Parker and Ryan McAteer give Robert Parker a lift after the school received excellent results
Pupils celebrate after the school received excellent results
Making the right moves...Eleven year old Stuart Bagwellduring his Lancashire U12s chess trials match
Pictured at the Prize Day from left, Andrew McLay, Sarah Hall, Dr. Malcolm McVicar (Vice Chancellor), Gillian James (Head Teacher), David Sharrocks (Chairman of Governors), Mayur Panchal and Vicky Burt
Kellie Tootell, winner of the regional schools trampoline competition
Kellie Tootell, winner of the regional schools trampoline competition
Like a candle in the wind, Grace Leeland, 13 at the memorial to Diana, Princess of Wales
Top cook, Shahina Patel who won a cooker in a cookery competition
Stacey Beetham (13) with her bouquet of flowers for the school memorial
Cricket player Robert Parker who scored a hat-trick in the Preston High Schools final
Well done, Martine McKelvey, 15, who achieved 10 GCSE 'A' star passes
Harrison Hartnett, 12, with his walnut whip Pudsey Bears in aid of Children in Need.
Helen Cheadle puzzles over how to put a quart in a pint pot with a little help from Stacey Brown, left, and Shabana Ejaz