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MARKET RASEN SECONDARY MODERN SCHOOL



Reference Name SR/735

Records of Market Rasen Secondary Modern School, usually known as Market Rasen Modern School. A new Market Rasen Senior School was built in 1937 on the site of the former Market Rasen Council School in Mill Lane [see SR/731]. The school was opened on 6 September 1937, admitting senior pupils from schools in the district. It became a Secondary Modern School in 1945, and was closed in 1974 as the result of an amalgamation with De Aston Grammar School [see MARKET RASEN G.S.] in 1974 to form the Market Rasen De Aston Voluntary Controlled Comprehensive School. The premises were subsequently re-used by the Market Rasen CE Primary School [see SR/730].

Extent: 9 files

Date: 1937-1974

Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

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