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  1. School Records

    LANGWORTH BOULTER'S CE PRIMARY SCHOOL (NEWBALL BOULTER'S CE SCHOOL)

    Records of Langworth Boulter's CE Primary School. The original school was established by Edmund Boulter c.1693 but had lapsed by the early nineteenth century. The school was re-established in 1834 in buildings built in 1824 or 1825 at Newball in the parish of Stainton (Langworth) to serve Langworth, Stainton, Barlings and Bullington. It was known as Newball Boulter's Church School in 1903, and subsequently as Newball Boulter's CE School until c.1956, when the name was changed to Langworth Boulter's CE Primary School. The school was closed on 27 July 1989, with the children transferred to the new area school at Scothern, called Scothern Ellison Boulters CE Primary School.

    Former References: SR/LANGWORTH BOULTER'S and SR/NEWBALL.

    Extent: 123 files

    Date: 1870-1989

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1870-1989 SR/545

  2. School Records

    KEELBY PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Keelby Primary School. The school was opened on 1 January 1873 and was administered until 1903 as Keelby Board School, by the Keelby School Board, formed in February 1873. It became Keelby Council School in 1903, and a Keelby County School in 1947. From June 1936 older pupils were transferred to Immingham Senior School. The first phase of new premises was opened in June 1973. The school was known as Keelby County Primary School prior to September 1999.

    Extent: 38 files

    Date: 1873-1976

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1873-1976 SR/510

  3. School Records

    HUTTOFT PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Huttoft Primary School. The school was built as a National School in 1840 and enlarged in 1874. It was known as Huttoft CE School by 1914. The school was transferred to Lindsey County Council as Huttoft Council School c.1922, and became Huttoft County Primary School in 1947. More recently it became a Grant Maintained School, known as Huttoft Primary (GM) School, and has been known by its present name since September 1999.

    Extent: 1 file

    Date: 1921-1949

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Access Conditions: Access restricted. Written requests to any restricted information should be made in writing to Lincolnshire Archives (fees may be payable).

    Date: 1921-1949 SR/488

  4. School Records

    HORNCASTLE NURSERY SCHOOL

    Records of Horncastle Nursery School. The school originally opened at Burgh le Marsh on 1 September 1949, but was closed on 22 December 1954 and re-opened at the Holmleigh Children's Homes in Horncastle on 10 January 1955 [the Children's homes closed in 1969 and were replaced by a Residential Centre for Adult Education]. The school was closed on 18 July 1984 and replaced by a Nursery Unit at Horncastle Stanhope County Infants' School.

    Extent: 3 files

    Date: 1949-1984

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1949-1984 SR/471

  5. School Records

    HORNCASTLE WATSON'S INFANTS' SCHOOL

    Records of Watson's Infants' School, Horncastle. The school was founded under the will of Richard Watson (d. 30 September 1784), and was also known as Watson's Free Infant School or The English School. It was administered by the same Governors as the Horncastle Grammar School. The school was enlarged in 1894, and was closed on 6 August 1918.

    Extent: 57 files

    Date: 1949-1984

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1949-1984 SR/475

  6. School Records

    IRBY IN THE MARSH COUNTY PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Irby in the Marsh County Primary School. The school was opened in 1881 as Irby Board School by the Firsby United District School Board, formed in 1880. It became a Irby in the Marsh Council School in 1903, also known as Firsby (Irby) Council School, and became a Irby in the Marsh County School in 1947. From January 1951 senior children were transferred to Wainfleet, and the school became Irby in the Marsh County Primary School. The school was closed on 23 July 1965, with the children transferred to Thorpe St. Peter School.

    Extent: 8 files

    Date: 1881-1965

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1881-1965 SR/504

  7. School Records

    INGOLDMELLS PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Ingoldmells Primary School. The school was built in 1825 as a National School and enlarged in 1865. It became a Ingoldmells Board School in 1876, administered by the newly formed Ingoldmells School Board. The school became Ingoldmells Council School in 1903, and Ingoldmells County School in 1947. It was known as Ingoldmells County Primary School prior to September 1999, since when the present title has been used.

    Extent: 1 file

    Date: 1929-1949

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1929-1949 SR/501

  8. School Records

    LINCOLN ST NICHOLAS, KINGSLEY STREET SCHOOL

    Records of the St. Nicholas, Kingsley Street School, Lincoln. A Girls' School was built in 1878, and an Infants' School in 1881. In 1922 the school combined with the Practising School to form the Diocesan Practising Senior Girls' School.

    Extent: 1 file

    Date: 1878-1910

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1878-1910 SR/630

  9. School Records

    LINCOLN ST PETER AT GOWTS CE PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of St. Peter at Gowts CE Primary School, Lincoln, and predecessor schools. The Infants' School was originally built in 1838. The school was re-opened as a public elementary school in January 1875. The separate Boys' School was opened on 12 July 1875, but older girls were taught with the infants until 19 November 1877 when a separate Girls' School was created. The schools were originally in High Street As part of an L.E.A. re-organisation scheme, all pupils over the age of 11 were transferred to other schools from 28 June 1929 (boys) and 1 July 1929 (girls'), and the Boys' and Girls' Schools became a Junior Boys' School and a Junior Girls' School. The schools became Controlled in 1950. The three schools were again re-organised from September 1966 as an Infants' School for children aged 5-8, and a Junior Mixed School (together described as St. Peter at Gowts CE Primary School). In February 1973 the Junior School was moved to the premises of the former Sincil Boys' Secondary Modern School in Smith Street. The Junior School became a Middle School in September 1973, with the upper age limit extended to 12 years. The Infants' School was also re-organised as a First School, and new buildings were built on the High Street/Pennel Street site and opened in November 1973 (the staff and children having shared the Smith Street premises while the building work took place). The Middle School was closed on 19 July 1974 because of a fall in the child population of the area, and was replaced by a Middle School in the premises of the former Bishop King Secondary School. The First School, now re-organised as a Primary School is still open.

    Previous reference: SR LINCOLN ST. PETER AT GOWTS.

    Date: 1875-1974

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1875-1974 SR/633

  10. School Records

    LINCOLN SOUTH PARK HIGH SCHOOL

    Records of South Park High School, Lincoln. South Park High School for Girls was opened in May 1922, adjoining South Common, in army huts previously used as The Fourth Northern General Hospital during the First World War. It was built as a Girls' Grammar School for the south of the City. New permanent buildings on a site at Cross O'Cliff Hill were opened in October 1938, and extensions were opened in 1962. The school became a mixed comprehensive school from September 1974. Major additions were built between 1974 and 1977. In 1984 the age of admission was lowered from 12 to 11 years. The school was closed on 27 July 1989 on the grounds of falling pupil numbers. The site was later re-used for The Lincoln School of Science and Technology.

    Former reference: SR LINCOLN SOUTH PARK HIGH.

    Extent: 185 files

    Date: 1922-1991

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1922-1991 SR/646

  11. School Records

    SKENDLEBY CE SCHOOL

    Records of Skendleby CE School. The school was founded in 1844 as Skendleby National School, and was known as Skendleby School by 1910. Senior children were transferred to the Alford Central School from the beginning of 1938. The school was finally closed on 18 July 1969, with most of the children transferred to the new school at Partney.

    Extent: 6 files

    Date: 1837-1969

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1837-1969 SR/962

  12. School Records

    SOUTH ELKINGTON CE PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of South Elkington CE Primary School. The school was built in 1877, and was known as North and South Elkington National School in 1903. It was known as South Elkington CE School by 1913. Senior pupils were transferred to Louth Monks Dyke Secondary School from September 1947, and the school became an infants and junior school. It was known as South Elkington CE Primary School from 1977. The school was closed on 1 October 1982, all the children having been transferred to other schools during the Summer.

    Extent: 5 files

    Date: 1917-1982

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1917-1982 SR/980

  13. School Records

    SOUTH HYKEHAM SCHOOL

    Records of South Hykeham School. The school was built in 1869 as South Hykeham National School, and was re-named as South Hykeham CE School in 1907. The school was transferred to Kesteven County Council in 1922 as South Hykeham Council School, and became South Hykeham County School, c.1947. It was known as South Hykeham County Primary School prior to September 1999, since when the present name has been used.

    Extent: 1 file

    Date: 1922-1942

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1922-1942 SR/983

  14. School Records

    SOUTH KELSEY COUNTY PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of South Kelsey County Primary School. The school was originally built in 1812 and was rebuilt in 1906. It became a National School, and was known as South Kelsey CE School by 1867. In 1903 it was known as South Kelsey Parochial School or South Kelsey Church School. The school was transferred to Lindsey County Council in 1905 and became South Kelsey Council School. Senior pupils were transferred to the new Caistor Senior School from September 1938, and the school became an infant and junior school. The school became South Kelsey County School, c.1948, and was later known as South Kelsey County Primary School. The school was closed on 26 July 1974, with the children transferred to North Kelsey County Primary School.

    Extent: 14 files

    Date: 1866-1974

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1866-1974 SR/984

  15. School Records

    SPALDING GLEED COUNTY SECONDARY SCHOOL

    Records of Spalding Gleed County Secondary School. The school was opened on 28 April 1941 as Spalding The Gleed Senior Council School, and comprised boys' and girls Departments which from 1946 were regarded as separate schools under the same management. From October 1946 to 1948 the two schools were known as Spalding Gleed Secondary Modern Schools. From October 1948 to at least 1974 they were again regarded as separate Departments of the school, which was known as Spalding Gleed County Secondary School. The two schools are now managed separately as Spalding Gleed Boys' School (known as Spalding Sir John Gleed Technology School prior to September 1999) and Spalding The Gleed Girls' Technology College (known as Spalding The Gleed Girls' School prior to September 2001).

    Extent: 4 files

    Date: 1941-1974

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1941-1974 SR/1000

  16. School Records

    STUBTON CE SCHOOL

    Records of Stubton CE School, formerly a National School opened in 1855. The school closed on 31 March 1915 for the duration of the War, but did not re-open until 5 January 1920. The school was re-organised as a junior and infant school from January 1930. The school was finally closed in July 1971, with the children transferred to Claypole School.

    Extent: 5 files

    Date: 1880-1971

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1880-1971 SR/1066

  17. School Records

    STUBTON HALL SCHOOL

    Stubton Hall School was opened on 7 January 1952 as Stubton Hall Boarding Special (ESN) School, and from then until July 1982 the school catered for boys with learning difficulties. After that date such children were integrated into ordinary schools. From 1958 the school was known as Stubton Hall Boarding School. From September 1982 the school catered for boys and girls aged 8-16 years with behavioural problems. In its later years the school was known as Stubton Hall School. The school was closed in July 2003, and replaced by The Phoenix School at Grantham.

    Extent: 32 files

    Date: 1952-1996

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Access Conditions: Because of the special nature of this school, the records are subject to a 100 year closure period.

    Date: 1952-1996 SR/1068

  18. School Records

    LINCOLN SPARROW LANE COUNCIL SCHOOL

    Records of Sparrow Lane Council School, Lincoln. The school was opened as the Lincoln Ragged School in 1865, a Wesleyan school run on the lines of a British School. Separate Infants' and Mixed Departments commenced at the beginning of 1899, and by then the name had changed to Sparrow Lane School. The school was transferred by its trustees to the Lincoln Education Authority on 30 April 1904, becoming Sparrow Lane Council School. The school was closed on 9 June 1905 and replaced by the Monk's Road Council School [see SR/599].

    Extent: 1 file

    Date: 1874-1905

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1874-1905 SR/648

  19. School Records

    LITTLE BYTHAM COUNTY PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Little Bytham County Primary School. The school was opened as Little Bytham Board School on 20 February 1878 by the Little Bytham, Counthorpe & Creeton United District School Board, formed in 1874. It became Little Bytham Council School in 1903, and Little Bytham County School in 1947. New buildings were erected in 1934. The Handicraft Centre was closed in January 1949. Senior pupils were transferred to Exeter School and the Fane School in Stamford from September 1959, and the school was re-organised for juniors and infants. It was known as Little Bytham County Primary School from 1964. The school was closed on 23 July 1988, and amalgamated with Castle Bytham County Primary School to form the new The Bythams County Primary School (re-named The Bythams Primary School in September 1999), on the Little Bytham site.

    Former reference: SR LITTLE BYTHAM C P.

    Extent: 6 files

    Date: 1878-1988

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1878-1988 SR/667

  20. School Records

    LOUTH, EASTFIELD INFANTS' AND NURSERY SCHOOL

    Records of Eastfield Infants' and Nursery School, Louth. The school was opened in 1866 as Holy Trinity School or Trinity National School. By 1920 the school had been transferred to Lindsey County Council as Louth Trinity Council School, and by 1922 the name had been changed to Louth Eastfield Road Council School. It was re-organised for infants and juniors in April 1926. The school became Louth Eastfield Road County Infants' School in 1953 when the Juniors were transferred to the new Louth Lacey Gardens County Junior School. New school buildings were opened in 1965, and the name became Louth Eastfield County Infant School, until September 1999 when the current name was adopted.

    Extent: 1 file

    Date: 1920-1926

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1920-1926 SR/685

  21. School Records

    LOUTH GIRLS' COUNCIL JUNIOR SCHOOL

    Records of Louth Girl's Council Junior School. The school was opened in Enginegate as a National Girls' School, attached to the parish of St. James. It later became Lough CE Girls' School. The school buildings were badly damaged in the flood disaster of 19 May 1920, so the Girls' School was housed in the Town Hall until September when it moved to the Parish Room. The school was transferred to Lindsey County Council in September 1920, becoming a Council School. As part of a re-organisation of Louth schools at the end of 1928, the Girls' School became a Girls' Junior School. Senior girls were transferred to the new Monk's Dyke Senior School, and infant girls were admitted from Enginegate Infants' School and Newmarket Junior School. The school appears to have been closed in July 1930.

    Former reference: LOUTH SCHOOL RECORDS 4.

    Extent: 2 files

    Date: 1895-1930

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1895-1930 SR/686

  22. School Records

    LOUTH INFANTS' COUNCIL SCHOOL

    Records of Louth Infants' Council School. The school was opened in Enginegate as a National Infant School, attached to the parish of St. James. It later became Louth CE Infants' School. The school buildings were badly damaged in the flood disaster of 19 May 1920, so the school was temporarily housed in the Town Hall until 29 June, when it moved into Louth Westgate Boys' Council School. The school was transferred to Lindsey County Council in September 1920, becoming Louth Infants' Council School. The school moved into the Parish Room in July 1921. As part of a re-organisation of Louth schools at the end of 1928 the school was closed, with the boys transferred to Louth Westgate Boys' Council Junior School [see SR/706], and the girls transferred to the Louth Girls' Council Junior School [see SR/686].

    Former reference: LOUTH SCHOOL RECORDS 5.

    Extent: 5 files

    Date: 1863-1929

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1863-1929 SR/689

  23. School Records

    LOUTH, KIDGATE PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Kidgate Primary School, Louth. The school was built in 1840 as Louth British School, with separate Girls' and Boys' Departments. A separate Infants' Department was created in 1883. The Boys' and Girls' Departments were re-organised as a Mixed School from 1 June 1898. The school appears to have been transferred to Lindsey County Council I 1904 as Louth Kidgate Council School. A re-organisaton of Louth schools on 1 April 1926 resulted in the creation of Louth Kidgate Council Senior Mixed School, which closed in January 1929 [Louth Monk's Dyke Council School opened on 8 January 1929 for senior pupils]. The school reopened on 9 September 1930 as Louth Kidgate Council School, a junior mixed school for pupils up to the age of 11 years. The school became Louth Kidgate County Primary School c.1947, and has been known by its present title since September 1999.

    Extent: 11 files

    Date: 1857-1949

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1857-1949 SR/690

  24. School Records

    MUMBY CE PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Mumby CE Primary School. The school may originally have opened in 1854, and was described as Mumby Voluntary School in 1884, and as Mumby National School in 1903, later becoming Mumby CE School. Senior pupils were transferred to the new Council School in Alford in 1932. The school was closed on 22 July 1987, with the children transferred to seven schools, including Alford Primary School and Huttoft School.

    Former reference: SR MUMBY C.E.

    Extent: 8 files

    Date: 1874-1987

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1874-1987 SR/762

  25. School Records

    MOORBY CE SCHOOL

    The school was was built in 1856 to serve Moorby, Wilksby, Claxby Pluckacre and Wood Enderby, and was known as Moorby Distict National School in 1903. The name had been changed to Moorby District CE School by 1911, and it was officially re-named as Moorby CE School in 1956. Senior pupils were transferred to Horncastle Secondary Modern School from September 1951. The school was closed on 25 March 1959, with the children transferred to the schools at Revesby and Mareham le Fen.

    Extent: 2 files

    Date: 1926-1959

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1926-1959 SR/753

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