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 (including air quality)
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.
To access the webcams click here. To see the local weather (and air quality) click here.
I love taking photographs and we have been lucky enough to visit some stunning places in recent years.
See some of them on the web here.
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.