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  1. School Records

    ASHBY-DE-LA-LAUNDE CE SCHOOL

    Records of the Ashby-de-la-Launde CE School. The school was opened before 1896, and was re-organised as a junior school from April 1933, with the senior children transferred to Sleaford Council School and the Alvey CE School at Sleaford. The school was closed on 23 October 1969, with the children transferred to Digby CE School.

    Extent: 2 files

    Date: 1908-1969

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1908-1969 SR/013

  2. School Records

    ASLACKBY COUNTY SCHOOL

    Records of the Aslackby Council School. The school was built as a National School in 1850 and enlarged in 1874. It was described as a CE School in 1914, but had been transferred to Kesteven County Council as a Council School by 1922. Senior pupils were transferred to Rippingale CE School in October 1947, and thereafter the school was a junior and infant school. The school was closed on 18 December 1964.

    The Evening Continuation School had started by 1893, and ceased on 27 January 1921 because of insufficient attendance.

    Extent: 3 files

    Date: 1875-1964

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1875-1964 SR/015

  3. School Records

    BAUMBER PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of the Baumber Primary School. The school was built in 1876 as Baumber Board School, by the Baumber School Board, formed in that year. It was enlarged in 1893. The school became a Council School in 1903 and a County School c.1947. The school was known as Baumber County Primary School prior to September 1999, since when the present title has been used.

    Extent: 6 boxes

    Date: 1905-2010

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1905-2010 SR/031

  4. School Records

    BEESBY CE SCHOOL

    Records of the Beesby CE School. The school was opened as a National School and was re-built in 1865. From 1927 senior children were transferred to senior schools and only infants and juniors were taught at the school. The school broke up for the Summer Holiday on 22 July 1932, and did not re-open.

    Extent: 10 files

    Date: 1883-1932

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1883-1932 SR/033

  5. School Records

    BELCHFORD COUNTY PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of the Belchford County Primary School. The school was built in 1873 as Belchford Board School by the Belchford School Board, formed in 1871. It became a Council School in 1903 and a County School in c.1947. It was a primary school by the 1960s. The school was closed on 18 December 1981, with the children transferred to schools in Horncastle and Tetford.

    The Belchford School Board Evening Continuation School was administered by the Belchford School Board and held in the premises of the Belchford Board School. It opened on 12 October 1897 and was discontinued by December 1898 because of non-attendance.

    Extent: 27 files

    Date: 1875-1981

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1875-1981 SR/034

  6. School Records

    BENINGTON ENDOWED SCHOOL

    Records of the Benington Endowed School. The school originated in bequests in the wills of Richard Cowell (1704) and William Porrill (1725). A new school was built in 1877. Senior children were transferred to senior schools in Butterwick from September 1947, and the school was re-organised as a junior school. The school was closed on 23 July 1970, with the primary-age children transferred to Butterwick Primary School.

    Extent: 5 files

    Date: 1877-1970

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1877-1970 SR/037

  7. School Records

    BICKER PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of the Bicker Primary School. The school was opened in 1845 as a National School, and was later known as Bicker CE School. Senior pupils were transferred to Donington Senior School from September 1930, and the school was re-organised as a junior school. It became a Controlled School in 1952. The school was closed on 18 July 1969, with the children transferred to Donington Primary School.

    Extent: 8 files

    Date: 1901-1969

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1901-1969 SR/040

  8. School Records

    BISHOP NORTON CE SCHOOL

    Records of Bishop Norton CE School. The school was built in 1872 as Bishop's Norton National School, and was known as Bishop's Norton and Atterby National School by 1903. It was known as Bishop Norton and Atterby CE School by 1911 and until at least 1939. Senior pupils were transferred to the new Kirton Lindsey Senior Council School from 1 April 1940. The school was temporarily closed on 15 June 1945 because no teaching staff were available. The children were transferred to Waddingham Council School and the school did not re-open.

    Extent: 2 files

    Date: 1890-1945

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1890-1945 SR/046

  9. School Records

    BOSTON COUNTY PRIMARY SCHOOLS' MANAGERS [BOSTON COUNCIL SCHOOLS' MANAGERS, 1945-1951]

    In April 1945 Holland County Council took over the Council Schools formerly administered by the Borough of Boston: Carlton Road Infants' Council School, Carlton Road Junior School, Carlton Road Senior Council School, Park Junior Council School, Park Senior Council School, Shodfriars Council School, Staniland Infants' School, Staniland Mixed Council School, Tower Road Council School, Bargate Handicraft Centre and Laughton's Domestic Science Centre. A single board of Management was appointed to administer these schools. The St Johns's House Senior Boys' School was established in September 1947, and Shodfriars Council School was closed in 1950. In 1951 separate Boards of Governors were established for Kitwood County Secondary Boy's School (formerly St John's House Senior Boys' School), and for the new Kitwood County Secondary Girls' School, which were to cater for all non-Grammar School senior pupils. Consequently the Board of Management was re-organised to be in charge of the remaining County Primary Schools (Carlton Road, Park, Staniland and Tower Road). In addition, the newly formed Woad Farm County Junior School was administered by the Board of Management from April 1964. Separate Boards of Management were appointed for the schools c.1976.

    Extent: 5 files

    Date: 1945-1975

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1945-1975 SR/056

  10. School Records

    BOURNE FEN COUNTY SCHOOL

    Records of the Bourne Fen County School. The school at Twenty was opened on 2 July 1877 as the Fen Board School by the Bourne School Board, formed in 1874. It became Bourne Fen Council School in 1903 and a County School in 1947. Senior children were transferred to Bourne Senior School (later Secondary Modern) from 4 May 1945, and the school became a primary school. The school was closed on 18 July 1975.

    Extent: 3 files

    Date: 1877-1975

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1877-1975 SR/067

  11. School Records

    BRACEBRIDGE AND BRACEBRIDGE HEATH COUNCIL SCHOOLS' MANAGERS

    Records of the Managers of Bracebridge and Bracebridge Heath Council Schools. The Board of Managers succeeded the Bracebridge School Board. Separate Boards of Managers appear to have been constituted c.1910, and certainly by 1919. The Bracebridge Council Schools were transferred to the City of Lincoln as a result of boundary changes in 1920 (now Lincoln Bracebridge Infant School), and the Bracebridge Heath Council school is now Bracebridge Heath St. John's Primary School.

    Former reference: SR: BRACEBRIDGE AND BRACEBRIDGE HEATH.

    Extent: 1 file

    Date: 1903-1920

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1903-1920 SR/070

  12. School Records

    BRANSTON AND BRANSTON FEN CE SCHOOLS' MANAGERS

    Records of the Managers' of Branston and Branston Fen CE Schools, formerly National Schools.

    The Branston National School was opened in June 1873, replacing boys' and girls' schools formerly supported by the Rector. Another girls' school, run by the Hon. Mrs. Melville became an Infants' National School, managed by the same committee. These two schools merged c.1900. The managers were also responsible for the National School at Branston Fen, which had also previously been run as a mixed school by the rector. The two National Schools became CE Schools c.1903. Branston Fen CE School was closed in 1961. The village school has been replaced by Branston CE Infants School and Branston Junior School.

    Extent: 1 file

    Date: 1905-1945

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1905-1945 SR/071

  13. School Records

    BURGH-LE-MARSH ST PETER & ST PAUL CE PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of the Burgh-le-Marsh St Peter & St Paul CE Primary School. A National School was built in 1840, and enlarged in 1864. The school was partly supported by the bequest of Jane Palmer of Newark (1726), which had formerly been used for a Grammar School. An upper department was formed in 1864 but made separate the following year (see SR/088). By 1913 the school was known as Burgh CE School, and by the 1950s as Burgh-le-Marsh CE Controlled School. At the end of 1943, senior children were transferred to Skegness and the school was re-organised as a junior school. The school moved into Phase 1 of new premises in 1980. The school was later known as Burgh-le-Marsh CE Primary School until September 1999, since when the present title has been used.

    Extent: 2 files

    Date: 1913-1981

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1913-1981 SR/087

  14. School Records

    BURTON COGGLES CE SCHOOL

    Records of the Burton Coggles CE School. A parochial school was re-opened on 18 November 1878 as Burton-le-Coggles School, and enlarged in 1904. Children over 13 years' old were transferred to Corby Council School from about 1916, and children over 11 years' old were transferred there from 15 January 1923. The school closed on 22 July 1982, with the children transferred to Ingoldsby School.

    Extent: 3 files

    Date: 1878-1982

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1878-1982 SR/091

  15. School Records

    CABOURN CE SCHOOL

    Records of the Cabourn CE School. The school was built in 1855, and appears to have been closed at the end of July 1921, by which time there were only junior and infants on the school roll.

    Extent: 3 files

    Date: 1903-1921

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1903-1921 SR/100

  16. School Records

    CAISTOR YARBOROUGH SCHOOL

    Records of Caistor Yarborough School. The school was opened as Caistor Senior Council School in 1938, and was known as Caistor, Grimsby Road Council School in 1943. The school became Caistor Secondary Modern County School in 1947. It was re-named as Caistor Yarborough Secondary School in 1958, and has been known as Caistor Yarborough School since 1991.

    Extent: 2 files

    Date: 1938-1967

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1938-1967 SR/105

  17. School Records

    CANDLESBY PUBLIC SCHOOL

    Records of Candlesby Public School. The school was built as a National School in 1872, and appears to have been closed on 28 April 1933 as there were then only three pupils on the roll.

    2016/128:06
    Log Book 1885-1907.
    Registers of Attendance 1931,1932.
    Sales Account Book 1906-1928.
    Folder of miscellaneous papers including returns & receipts c1898-1928.

    Date: 1873-1933

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1873-1933 SR/107

  18. School Records

    CARLTON-LE-MOORLAND SCHOOL

    Records of Carlton-le-Moorland School. The school was built as a National School in 1858, replacing a school held in the vestry of the parish church, and was enlarged in 1893. Senior children were transferred to other schools from January 1923. The school was closed on 21 July 1983, with the children transferred to Brant Broughton CE Junior School, Brant Broughton Methodist School, Bassingham County Primary School, and secondary schools.

    Former Reference: SR CARLTON-LE-MOORLAND.

    Extent: 4 files

    Date: 1886-1983

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1886-1983 SR/110

  19. School Records

    CARRINGTON COUNTY PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Carrington County Primary School. The school was opened on 1 February 1881 as the Medlam (Revesby) Board School, by the West Fen United District School Board, formed in 1879. It became Carrington Council School in 1903 (administered jointly with Frithville Council School until 1907) and Carrington County School c.1947. Senior children were transferred to Stickney CE School from 17 April 1956, and the school became a junior and infant school. It was known as Carrington County Primary School from 1970. The school was closed on 22 July 1987, with the children transferred to Stickney CE Primary School.

    Former reference: SR CARRINGTON.

    Extent: 14 files

    Date: 1881-1987

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1881-1987 SR/113

  20. School Records

    DOGDYKE COUNTY PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Dogdyke County Primary School. The school was opened in 1871 as the Tattershall Bridge School, and was later administered by the Billinghay United District School Board, formed in 1879, as Billinghay Tattershall Bridge Board School. New premises were built in 1881 under H.M.I. pressure. It became Billinghay Dogdyke Council School in 1903, and Dogdyke County School c.1947. From December 1948, pupils over fourteen years old were transferred to Billinghay School. The school was re-organised as a primary school in April 1963, with the senior pupils transferred to the new Lafford Secondary Modern School at Sleaford. The school was closed on 22 July 1981, with the children transferred to Billinghay School.

    Extent: 6 files

    Date: 1871-1981

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1871-1981 SR/159

  21. School Records

    THE GREGORY CROFT CE SCHOOL, EAST KIRKBY

    Records of the Gregory Croft CE School, East Kirkby, previously known as the East Kirkby & Miningsby CE School and the East Kirkby CE School. The school was originally founded as a Free School in 1719. A new school opened on 5 May 1874. Senior pupils from Moorby and Revesby Schools were admitted in March 1945. Senior pupils were transferred to the Franklin Secondary School, Spilsby in September 1957. The school moved into a new building in September 1973. Pupils from Old Bolingbroke School were admitted in April 1974. The school was closed in July 1989.

    Extent: 11 files

    Date: 1874-1968

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1874-1968 SR/182

  22. School Records

    EAST STOCKWITH COUNTY PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of East Stockwith County School. The school was built in 1896 as East Stockwith Board School, by the East Stockwith and Walkerith United District School Board, formed in that year. It became East Stockwith Council School in 1903, and, East Stockwith County Primary School in c.1947. Between 19 May and 6 October 1947, the school was based in the buildings of the former East Ferry School while essential work was carried out (presumably linked to the water damage to pre-1947 documents.) Senior children were transferred to Gainsborough Ropery Road School from 10 September 1947. The school was closed on 17 July 1970, with the children transferred to Gainsborough North County Primary School.

    Extent: 15 files

    Date: 1904-1970

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1904-1970 SR/185

  23. School Records

    GAINSBOROUGH BENJAMIN ADLARD COMMUNITY SCHOOL

    Records of the Gainsborough Benjamin Adlard Community School. The school was opened in August 1930 as the Gainsborough Sandsfield Lane Council School, with Departments for Junior Boys and Senior Boys. It was known as Gainsborough Benjamin Adlard Council School by 1932, and the two Departments were amalgamated in April 1937. The school became Gainsborough Benjamin Adlard County School in c1947. From September 1962 senior pupils were no longer admitted, and the remaining year group was transferred to the Gainsborough North Secondary School [SR/243] in 1964. Junior Girls were admitted from the Gainsborough South County School [SR/252] in c1964, and the school became Gainsborough Benjamin Adlard County Junior School. In 1993 the school was merged with Gainsborough South County Infant School to form the Gainsborough Benjamin Adlard County Primary School, and has been known by its current name since September 1999.

    Extent: 1 file

    Date: 1944-1945

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1944-1945 SR/230

  24. School Records

    GAINSBOROUGH COUNTY SCHOOLS' MANAGERS

    Records of the Managers of the Gainsborough County Schools. Lea Road Council School was opened on 3 May 1906, replacing the Bridge Road and Hickman Street Schools. There were initially separate Departments for Boys, Girls and Infants. In August 1930 the Gainsborough Sandsfield Lane Council School was opened with Departments for Junior Boys and Senior Boys (the school was known as Benjamin Adlard Council School by 1932), and the Gainsborough Lea Road Schools were re-organised with Departments for Infants, Junior Girls and Senior Girls. The Gainsborough Lea Road School became Gainsborough Lea Road County Primary School and Gainsborough Lea Road Secondary Modern School for girls c.1945. Gainsborough White's Wood Lane County Primary School was opened in 1954, and Gainsborough Heapham Road County Infants's School was opened in 1961, and both were placed under the same Board of Managers. The Gainsborough Lea Road Schools were re-named Gainsborough South Secondary School and Gainsborough South County School in 1956. The Gainsborough South Secondary School was closed on 16 December 1965, as part of a re-organisation of Gainsborough Secondary Schools, with the staff and pupils transferred to Gainsborough Middlefield Lane Secondary School (a separate Board of Management was formed for the Gainsborough Secondary Schools). Gainsborough Uphill Primary School, Baines Road (later the Gainsborough Charles Baines Primary School) was opened in 1969, and placed under the Board of Managers from late 1968. The last senior boys at Gainsborough Benjamin Adlard School were transferred to the Gainsborough North Secondary School in 1964. The Gainsborough South County Infants School and the Gainsborough Benjamin Adlard County Junior School were amalgamated in 1993 to form the Gainsborough Benjamin Adlard County Primary School.

    The current names of the remaining primary schools are:
    Gainsborough Benjamin Adlard Community School, Sandsfield Lane.
    Gainsborough Charles Baines Community Primary School, Baines Road.
    Gainsborough Hillcrest Community Infant and Nursery School, Heapham Road.
    Gainsborough White's Wood Lane Community Junior School, White's Wood Lane.

    Extent: 4 files

    Date: 1906-1970s

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1906-1970s SR/235

  25. School Records

    GAINSBOROUGH ST GEORGE'S CE PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of St. George's CE Primary School, Gainsborough. The school was opened on 8 September 1981, with Junior and Infants' Departments, and was closed on 17 December 1997. A new school subsequently re-opened on the site [Gainsborough St. George's CE Community Primary School].

    Extent: 1 file

    Date: 1981-1997

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1981-1997 SR/250

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