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LUSBY CE SCHOOL



Reference Name SR/712

Records of Lusby CE School. The school was built as a National School for Lusby, Winceby and Asgarby. It was known as Lusby Church School in 1903, and as Lusby CE School by 1910. In September 1953 the senior pupils were transferred, the majority to Spilsby Secondary Modern School, and the school was re-organised as a junior and infant School. The school effectively closed on 27 July 1962, as the headteacher retired on 31 August and was not replaced. The children were transferred to Hagworthingham in September 1962.

Extent: 20 files

Date: 1878-1962

Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

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