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  1. School Records


    Records of Louth Open Air School. The school was opened on 15 July 1918 in new buildings at the rear of the Technical School, as part of the Open Air School movement, and was the first in Lincolnshire. Fresh air, clean surroundings, and healthy food were used to help children recover from respiratory diseases so that they could return to their normal schools. The school moved to Hubbard's Hills in June 1920, following a flood, and then to new buildings at Julian Bower, London Road, on 10 april 1922. A new joint Board of Managers for the Louth Nursery and Open Air Schools was constituted in October 1947, but met only once as the Open Air School was closed on 31 October 1947.

    Extent: 31 files

    Date: 1918-1947

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1918-1947 SR/699

  2. School Records


    Records of Skegness Junior School. The school was built c.1933 as a Junior Council School. It was known as Skegness County Junior School prior to September 1999, since when the current title has been used.

    Extent: 2 files

    Date: 1979

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1979 SR/942

  3. School Records


    Records of Silk Willoughby CE School. The school was opened in 1858 as Silk Willoughby National School. Senior children appear to have been transferred to the Sleaford Council School by the mid-1930s. The school was closed at Easter 1971, with the children transferred schools at Sleaford: the infants to Quarrington St Botulph's CE School and the juniors to the William Alvey CE School.

    Extent: 2 files

    Date: 1910-1971

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1910-1971 SR/936

  4. School Records


    Records of Ranby County Primary School. The school was founded as a voluntary school, but was transferred to Lindsey County Council, apparently in 1922, as Ranby Council School. It was later known as Ranby County School, from 1947, and as Ranby County Primary School by 1951. The school was closed on 21 July 1967, with the children transferred to Donington-on-Bain County Primary School.

    Extent: 20 files

    Date: 1876-1967

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1876-1967 SR/836

  5. School Records


    Records of Owersby CE School. An endowed school was founded at North Owersby in 1705. The school was known by several names in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, including Owersby Parochial School, North Owersby National School, Owersby School, and by the 1930s as Owersby CE School. In July 1937 senior pupils were transferred to Market Rasen Senior Council School. The school was closed on 18 July 1979, with the children transferred to Osgodby School.

    Extent: 10 files

    Date: 1866-1979

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1866-1979 SR/818

  6. School Records


    Records of Orby County Primary School. The school was originally built in 1837 as Orby National School, and rebuilt in 1874, but closed indefinitely on 27 July 1877. It was re-opened on 27 June 1878 as Orby Board School by the Orby School Board, formed earlier in that year. The school became Orby Council School in 1903, Orby County School, c.1947, and Orby County Primary School in 1963. The school was closed on 22 July 1981, with the children transferred to Burgh-le-Marsh CE School.

    Extent: 7 files

    Date: 1876-1981

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1876-1981 SR/814

  7. School Records


    Records of the North Hykeham All Saints CE Primary School. A school, which had been run in a barn since 1805, was replaced in 1868 by a purpose-built North Hykeham Church School situated in School Lane. The school was known as North Hykeham CE School by the 1960s. Senior pupils were transferred to the new North Hykeham Robert Pattinson Secondary School in 1954 [see SR/791], and half of the primary pupils were transferred to the new North Hykeham Fosse Way County Primary School in 1960 [see SR/787]. New school buildings in Ravensmoor Close were opened in 1968.

    Extent: 1 file

    Date: 1979

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1979 SR/786

  8. School Records


    Records of Market Rasen CE Primary School. The school was opened as Market Rasen National School in 1822 in Willingham Road. A separate Infants' School was built in Pasture Lane in 1868, and a Girls' School was added in 1869, the original school becoming the Boys' School. It became known as Market Rasen CE School in around 1907. The Girls and Infants were combined as a single Department in 1925. In 1932 the schools were re-organised into an Infants' Department and an Intermediate Department, which developed into an Infants' School and a Junior School. Senior pupils attended the new Market Rasen Senior Council School from September 1937, and junior pupils were admitted from the former Market Rasen Council School [see SR/731]. The school moved into the vacant premises of the former Market Rasen Secondary Modern School in September 1974, and was known by its current title from around the same time.

    Extent: 27 files

    Date: 1855-1996

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1855-1996 SR/730

  9. School Records


    Records of the Board of Governors of the Louth High Schools: Louth Monk's Dyke High School, Louth Cordeaux High School, Monk's Dyke Adult Education Centre and Cordeaux Adult Education Centre. Before re-organisation in September 1966 they were the Governors of the Louth Secondary Modern Schools: Louth Monks' Dyke County Secondary School (opened 1947), Louth High Holme County Secondary School (opened 1956), and Louth Evening Institute.

    Extent: 6 files

    Date: 1947-1979

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1947-1979 SR/688

  10. School Records


    Records of the Church Road County School, Holbeach. The school was opened on 22 October 1877 as the Holbeach Boys' Board School, administered by the Holbeach School Board, formed in 1875. It became Holbeach Boys' Council School in 1903 (also known as Church Road Council School), and a County School in 1947 (though Council remained in the name for some years). In September 1948, senior boys were admitted from Fleet Wood Lane Council School, Holbeach St. John's Council School and Whaplode CE School, and Junior boys were transferred to the new Junior School at Holbeach County Primary School (formerly Holbeach Infants' School). The school was closed in 1958, at the opening of the Holbeach County Secondary School.

    Extent: 5 files

    Date: 1877-1958

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1877-1958 SR/446

  11. School Records


    Records of Heckington St. Andrew's CE Primary School. A National School was first opened in the 1830s. New buildings were completed in Cameron Street in 1873 and extended in 1896. It became a Controlled CE School in 1951. Senior children were transferred to Sleaford Secondary Modern School from 1956, and the school became Heckington CE Primary School. New buildings were built and opened on a site at Howell Road between 1962 and 1987. The current name has been used since September 1999.

    Extent: 9 files

    Date: 1971-1991

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1971-1991 SR/430

  12. School Records


    Records of Hemswell and Harpswell County Primary School. The school was built as a National School in 1859 and was enlarged in 1879. It became a Council school in c.1911, known as Hemswell and Harpswell Council School, and was known from 1946 as Hemswell and Harpswell County School or Hemswell County School. From 1940 senior children were transferred to the Senior School at Kirton. The school was closed on 25 March 1970, with the children transferred to Willoughton County School and Hemswell RAF County School.

    Extent: 13 files

    Date: 1870-1970

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1870-1970 SR/439

  13. School Records


    Records of Harmston Hall Hospital School, Harmston. The school was opened by 1935 as an all-age school for children with special needs, attached to the Harmston Hall Colony (opened by the Lincolnshire Joint Board for the Mentally Defective in 1934, transferred to the NHS in 1948, and renamed as Harmston Hall Hospital at the end of 1951). It became the responsibility of the Kesteven Education Committee in April 1971, and moved into new premises. The school was closed in September 1987.

    Extent: 2 files

    Date: 1972-1987

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1972-1987 SR/421

  14. School Records


    Records of Hagworthingham CE School. A Parochial School had been built in 1825 but was in abeyance by the late 1860s. The school was re-built and opened as a National School on 11 January 1875. Senior children were transferred to the new Franklin Secondary Modern School at Spilsby in September 1953. The school was closed on 15 September 1981 as all the children had been transferred to The Edward Richardson Primary School, Tetford and the Gregory Croft CE School, East Kirkby.

    Extent: 11 files

    Date: 1875-1981

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1875-1981 SR/415

  15. School Records


    Records of the Managers of the Council Schools in Moulton. The Managers were appointed in 1903 as the successors of the Moulton School Board, and jointly administered the Council Schools in Moulton [now Moulton The John Harrox Primary School] and Moulton Chapel [now Moulton Chapel Primary School].

    Extent: 1 file

    Date: 1897-1903

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1897-1903 SR/757

  16. School Records


    Records of the North Somercotes CE Primary School. The school was built in 1864 and extended in 1876. Senior pupils were transferred to the new Secondary Modern School in 1964 [see SR/801].

    Extent: 2 files

    Date: 1935-1968

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1935-1968 SR/800

  17. School Records


    Records of Stainby County Primary School. The school was opened in 1840 as Stainby National School but in October 1881 it re-opened as Stainby and Gunby Board School, administered by the Gunby St. Nicholas and Stainby United School Board, formed in 1881. It became Stainby Council School in 1903 and Stainby County School c.1947. By c.1950 there were only juniors and infants at the school, and it was known as Stainby County Primary School by 1957. The school was closed on 16 July 1971.

    Extent: 5 files

    Date: 1878-1971

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1878-1971 SR/1029

  18. School Records


    Records of Mareham on the Hill CE School. The school was built as Mareham-on-the-Hill National School in 1873. It was known as Mareham-on-the-Hill CE School by 1910. Senior pupils were transferred to Horncastle Cagthorpe Secondary Modern School from September 1950. The school was closed on 24 July 1964, with the children transferred to Horncastle Infants School.

    Extent: 3 files

    Date: 1873-1964

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1873-1964 SR/724

  19. School Records


    Records of Ludford CE Primary School. The school was built as Ludford National School in 1853 and enlarged in 1874. It was known as Ludford CE School by 1912. Senior children were transferred to Market Rasen in 1946. The school became a Controlled School in April 1949. The current title was in use by 1999.

    Extent: 3 boxes

    Date: 1902-1973

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1902-1973 SR/711

  20. School Records


    Records of Stickford County Primary School. The school opened as a National School in 1846, and later became a Board School administered by the Stickford Board School, formed on 20 September 1872. It was transferred to Lindsey County Council in 1903 as Stickford Council School, and became a Stickford County School, c1947. The school was reorganised in the Summer of 1949, with senior pupils transferred to the Stickney Secondary Modern School. The school was closed on 18 July 1987, with the primary age children dispersed to Stickney CE Primary School and other nearby schools.


    Extent: 16 files

    Date: 1897-1987

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1897-1987 SR/1055

  21. School Records


    Records of Lincoln St Botolph's Infant and Nursery School. The school appears to have been in existence in 1876, in Spencer Street. New premises were built in Bargate in 1884, and opened on 5 Jan 1885 for girls and infants. A boys' school was built at Bargate in 1894. From 19 March 1923 the girls' and infants' departments were merged. The school was transferred to local authority control in 1932. As a result the junior boys department was closed on 22 July 1932, the girls' department was closed on 22 Dec 1932, and its name changed from St Botolph's CE School to St Botolph's Infants' Council School. The school later bacame a First School, and in 1994 St Botolph's County Infant School. The school was officially closed on 31 August 2006.


    Acc 2006/097:00

    Specimens of children's work;
    T-shirt, Tea towel and bag, illustrated with children's drawings;
    City of Lincoln arms plaque;
    Videos and cassette tapes;
    Prayer books;
    Elm Record Book, 1984;
    Centenary Booklet, 1994;
    Promotional Booklets, 2002 & 2005;
    Record of School Outings, 1989-1995;
    Photographs and scrapbooks;
    Time Book, 1985-1999.

    Acc 2006/125:00

    Log Books:
    /8/1 1891-1903 (Mixed 1891-1894; Boys, 1894-1903)
    /8/2 1903-1932 (Boys)
    /8/3 1917-1923 (Infants)
    /8/4 1908-1926 (Girls, 1908-1923; Girls & Infants, 1923-1926)
    /8/5 1926-1973 (Girls & Infants, 1926-1932; Infants, 1933-1973)
    /8/6 1974-1992 (First, 1975-1984, Infants, 1984-1992)
    Admission Registers:
    Attendance Registers;
    Summary Attendance Register, 1955-1956;
    Inventory Book, 1967-1976;
    School Meals Recipe Books (3), undated [1960s? & 1970s?];
    National Savings Deposits and Withdrawals Register, 1971-1972.

    Date: 1891-2006

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Access Conditions: 30 year closure period on Log Books and 100 year closure period on Admission and Attendance Registers. This deposit has not yet been catalogued in detail - please consult an Archivist

    Date: 1891-2006 SR/612

  22. School Records


    Records of the Leeke Intermediate School, Lincoln, and its predecessor schools. The school was established by Canon E.T. Leeke in 1891 as the Continuation Day School, a boys' school which was part of the Church House & Institute, and held in the premises of the former Christ's Hospital or Bluecoat School. Girls were admitted to the school from August 1898 onwards. In March 1901 the school was recognised as a higher elementary school by the Board of Education, and became known as the Higher Grade Elementary School. This status was relinquished because of changes in Board of Education regulations in 1908, and from 24 August 1908 the school was known as Christ's Hospital Terrace School, a higher grade and continuation school. In January 1930 the school was again re-organised as a mixed senior school and re-named, becoming the Leeke Intermediate School, also known as the Leeke Senior Church School. The school was closed in 1946, with the premises reused for the Technical College, and later for the Lincoln School of Art.


    Extent: 2 files

    Date: 1891-1944

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1891-1944 SR/592

  23. School Records


    Records of Grimoldby Primary School. Education in the village originated in 1780 but the school later lapsed. A National School for the parishes of Grimoldby and Manby and was extended in 1871. It became Grimoldby and Manby CE School (or Manby and Grimoldby) until transferred to Lindsey County Council in 1930 to become, successively, Grimoldby and Manby Council School, Grimoldby and Manby County Primary School from 1947, and Grimoldby County Primary School from 1956. The school was re-organised as a Junior School c.1932, with senior pupils transferred to Louth Monks Dyke Council School or Louth St. Michael's CE School. The school later became a Grant Maintained School known as Grimoldby (GM) Primary School, and has been known as Grimoldby Primary School since September 1999.

    Extent: 2 files

    Date: 1871-1977

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1871-1977 SR/405

  24. School Records


    Records of Deighton Close School, Louth, a special school for boys with emotional and behavioural difficulties. The school closed on 31 Aug 2003, to be replaced by the Lady Jane Franklin School, Spilsby.

    Date: 1990s-2003

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Access Conditions: Review closure period after 30 years. The policies are not subject to this closure period.

    Date: 1990s-2003 SR/683

  25. School Records


    Records of Caythorpe Primary School. The school was built in 1875 as Caythorpe Board School, by the Caythorpe School Board, formed in 1874. It became Caythorpe Council School in 1903, and Caythorpe County School c.1947. It was known as Caythorpe County Primary School prior to September 1999, since when the current title has been used.

    Extent: 3 files

    Date: 1903-1979

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1903-1979 SR/115

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