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LINCOLN BISHOP KING CE SECONDARY SCHOOL



Reference Name SR/570

Records of Bishop King CE School, Lincoln. The school began as St. Andrew's Mixed School, a National School opened in December 1886, in St. Andrew Street. An additional branch was opened in September 1896. Separate Girls' and Boys' Schools were formed from the Mixed School in February 1898, the boys being housed in the newer premises. The schools were re-organised in November 1900 as a Senior Mixed School, a combined Junior Girls' and Infants' School, and a Junior Boy's School. [For records of the Mixed, Girls', Junior and Infants' Schools, see SR/611].

The Senior School was re-organised in 1923 as a selective Central School serving non-provided schools in the south of the city. This developed into St. Andrews CE Secondary School, a mixed secondary modern school, and the name was changed to Bishop King CE Secondary School in 1957. Major renovations were carried out in 1956-57 and additional buildings opened in 1968. The school was closed on 19 July 1974, and re-opened in September as Bishop King Middle School [now Bishop King CE Primary School].

Extent: 12 files

Date: 1900-1974

Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

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