The photographs mainly show the period when 46 Squadron and section 1 of No1552 radio aid training flight were resident at Stoney Cross
A few additional notes on some of the photos that are too long to add as captions
Sports Day: Note the Lee Enfield being used as a starting gun for the Sports Day photo
Sports Day End: looks like sports day is over. The tapes for the running lanes are on the right, presumably the dias was for the judges or prize giving. The Group Captain is heading away and a couple of the others are lighting cigarettes.
Airspeed Oxford almost certainly from Section 1 of 1552 Radio Aid Training Unit at RAF Stoney Cross (and formerly RAF Holmsley South) . It has some glamorous nose art too.