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    Gallery Add to My Favourites The board school on Catherine Street now Cranwood Street backing onto Brunswick Place in Hackney with teachers and pupils in the yard The London School Board was created under the Elementary Education Act 1870 to set up schools in the area covered by the London County Council This school is an example of the classic triple decker London Board school design and has a rooftop

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    The Latin School Wye College High Street Wye Kent click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites This schoolroom was built around 1445 for Cardinal Archbishop John Kempe It was built as the Grammar School for Kempe s original College of St Gregory and St Martin It continued to be used after the Dissolution despite its Roman Catholic origins Read official

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    Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites Wolverhampton Grammar School dates back to 1515 when the school was founded by Stephen Jenys of the Merchant Taylors Guild in the town centre This photograph was taken in 1875 shortly after a new building was built on the Compton Road It shows the schoolroom with the headmaster s house on the right It is a fine example of Victorian Tudor Revival

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    school was founded as a Grammar School in 1674 by Matthew Hewitt He was a member of the local land owning family He left money to build the free school and to pay for a master and an usher He also left money to pay for scholarships to St John s College Cambridge the first choice always to be from Threshfield school Until 1730 boys were sent yearly to Cambridge

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    My Favourites This school was built in 1860 at the expense of Thomas Langton Birley of Carr Hill for the girls charity school The school was founded in 1760 on another site It was built in a Gothic style Charity schools were run by religious or philanthropic groups Some were set up by clergymen or local landowners and only ran for a short time Others were financed by charitable trusts

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    click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites United Reformed Sunday School built in 1853 by Joseph James It is of a good substantial Jacobean design At this time many children worked and could only go to school on Sundays Sunday Schools were established from the 1780s and taught basic literacy numeracy and Religious Education By 1851 they were being supported

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    Student Gallery Add to My Favourites This building was built as a school in 1860 It was paid for by Mrs Bolland the widow of a Morpeth curate It was built as a day industrial school for the half neglected children on the north side of Newgate Street It became a National Girls School and was amalgamated with St James s Church of England Schools in 1885 It was then

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    Add to My Favourites This building was the Town Mission Ragged School Ragged Schools began in the 1850s when the Earl of Shaftesbury promoted the idea that children should work less and have at least basic schooling This school was designed by C H Edwards a London architect in 1857 It was officially opened by the Earl of Shaftesbury in 1859 At that time the local lace mills often worked

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