This is a personal website
This is just me creating a personal presence in cyberspace. However, there are links to information of interest to other Cluers in the world and to my personal webcams.
I am a retired science teacher who lives and worked in Croydon (UK). The webcam page gives more specific information and also a view out of my upstairs window.
I was heavily involved in NASUWT (the teachers’ union), both locally and as a National Executive Member, and you will find links to the Croydon Branch’s website.
I am a governor of three schools, including one at which I am Chair of Governors.
Moved to Croydon in 1952 (where I have lived ever since)
Schools: Ashburton Secondary School and Selhurst High
Married in 1970
University: Royal Holloway College (University of London). Degree in Physics 1966 - 69
Post Graduate Certificate in Education at Goldsmiths’ College 1970. Diploma in Education (Kings College) 1975.
Taught at Norbury Manor Boys School (1970-73), Sutton Grammar (1973 - 1977), Sylvan High (1977 - 1988).
Seconded to the advisory service (1988 - 1990) including teaching at Thomas More, Selsdon High.
Taught at Selsdon High (1990 - 2010) and finally attached to Westwood Girls’ College 2010 - 2013).
For many years Secretary of Croydon NASUWT and for 7 ½ year a member of NASUWT’s National Executive
Retired in 2014.
Chair of Governors of the Federation of Heavers Farm & Selsdon Primary Schools
Also a governor at Winterbourne Infant School.
Hobbies: anything involving technology or gadgets including computers, photography and astronomy.
Webcam & Weather
For some time I have had a webcam pointing out of my upstairs window.
Often when I am working at my computer and I hear people accessing it. You can look up and down my road and sometimes see a tram go pass the end of the road.
It is still online, but now you will have to click through a couple of pages to reach it. That is so that I can give you more information about it and provide a link for you to sign my visitors’ book. Sometimes I have other webcams set up.
You can also see data from my weather station on the roof.
The Cluer clan
As “Cluer” is such an unusual surname I feel all the world’s Cluers must be share a relatively recent ancestor.
Get in touch if you would like to see the Family Tree researched so far by Paul Reeves
In Scotland there is a small hamlet called Cluer. The photo shows me there in 2006.