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    to My Favourites This is the oldest surviving specially designed Infant School built according to the most up to date ideas of the time It was opened on 20 July 1830 Inside it was originally a single schoolroom measuring 60 x 30 feet It was designed to accommodate 250 children aged 2 to 7 It was designed by Samuel Wilderspin who believed infants needed face to face group teaching He

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    return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites This school was built as a British School in 1839 It was built in a Gothic style known as Ecclesiastical church Gothic that was used by all the church schools at this time The British and Foreign School Society supported the building of schools called British Schools on behalf of the Nonconformist churches The school later

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    click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites Lowfield Board School was built in 1874 in a Gothic Revival style It was one of the earliest board schools It catered for 305 boys 220 girls and 260 infants The Sheffield School Board employed the architects Innocent and Brown By 1889 they had twenty six schools and were planning four more Lowfield

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    Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites This building was originally a Board School It was designed in 1878 by Silvarus Trevail an important architect The plans for the school were exhibited at the 1878 Paris Exhibition and afterwards in the International Exhibition held in Melbourne and Sydney Australia Board Schools were built by local School Boards committees formed after the 1870 Education Act The act was designed to

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    Favourites This former Industrial school dates form 1879 It was designed by Richard Adams the Leeds School Board architect It was a boarding school for less academic boys who were trained in manufacturing skills It originally stood in almost open country with only large houses nearby Richard Adams was the Board School architect who designed the largest number of schools This building is typical of one of his plainer but

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    to My Favourites This board school was built around 1900 in Queen Anne style typical of later board schools It is built to the typical later plan of the Bristol School Board It is single story and has a central hall with classroom blocks around it It was probably built to the designs of either H Dare Bryan or F Bligh Bond After the Education Act of 1870 school boards

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    to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites This school was built around 1870 by the National Society as a Voluntary School After 1870 the National Society tried to prevent School Boards being set up in some places by continuing to build schools Their schools were generally smaller and plainer than the board schools Many still had just two large rooms like this one This

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    Hamlet Lane South Normanton Derbyshire click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites This is probably the earliest school designed by George Widdows who was County Architect for Derbyshire in the early years of the 20th century He pioneered healthier designs for school buildings He introduced large windows with openings designed to allow extra ventilation and verandah corridors It was built

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