Mr Anderson greeted everyone on equal terms, an engaging man who never had a blank moment, his love of history comes thru in every lesson, an inspiring teacher
THE BEST! He was a personal friend of James Hunt. What more can I say........
The best teacher I ever had and the only one I care to remember.
He was , quite simply the Master of his subject, incredibly well read, intelligent, witty and full of stories, a great conversationalist and orator.
Waow Freddy you are still teaching and still at the Rainey - that's a hell of an achievement - you taught me about 30 years ago - really inspiring and helpful - Good Luck for the future
this man rocks! he told us the stories bout his times on the hippy trail in india and n africa when he took acid and lost the plot! how many teachers come to school in a bow tie and a ferrari?????
He was a brilliant teacher,interesting and funny,overall I had the worse days of my life at this school,but Mr Anderson was about the only teacher who was simply wonderful.
Freddy was the kind of teacher who brought his subject to life.The man was a true Rainey legend!Beckey S.
Freddie was one of those teachers who inspire you forever. His tales of life in the merchant navy encouraged my love of travel - the greatest teacher ever
Freddie was one of the best teachers I ever had-bit of an eccentric and easily sidetracked by Formula 1 racing.Used to regale us with great stories of his youth-anyone remember the tale of Nick Jolly?
Left the Rainey in 1984. Freddie was a brilliant teacher and well liked by us all. He gave has given me a life long passion for history. All too easy to get him onto the subject of motor racing
Brilliant teacher. Really approachable eccebtric man. You rock Freddie
I was useless at history but he had great patience with me! Really was a character and he cared for every pupil at that school. Loved his travelling stories!
A truly inspirational teacher who left all with an enduring passion for the subject! Quite simply unsurpassed! They don't make them like this any more.