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  1. School Records

    GREAT STEEPING PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Great Steeping Primary School. The school was built in 1859 and was later administered by the Great Steeping School Board, formed on 1 August 1876, as Great Steeping Board School. It became Great Steeping Council School in 1903 and Great Steeping County School c.1947. Senior pupils were transferred to the new Secondary Modern School at Spilsby from 1953. The school was later known as Great Steeping County Primary School from 1964 until September 1999, since when the present name has been used.

    Extent: 3 files

    Date: 1918-1964

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1918-1964 SR/402

  2. School Records

    BARDNEY METHODIST SCHOOL

    Records of the Bardney Methodist School, formerly Bardney Wesleyan Day School. The school was built in 1856. In 1965, the school amalgamated with Bardney CE School to form Bardney CE and Methodist Primary School.

    Extent: 11 files

    Date: 1930-1959

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1930-1959 SR/020

  3. School Records

    GRASBY ALL SAINTS CE PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Grasby All Saints CE Primary School. The school opened as Grasby National School and was re-built in 1855. It was known as Grasby CE School by 1911 and until at least 1973. Children over the age of 11 years were transferred to the new Caistor Senior School from 1938. Prior to September 1999 the school was known as Grasby CE Primary School, since when the present name has been used.

    Extent: 2 files

    Date: 1938-1973

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1938-1973 SR/340

  4. School Records

    AMBER HILL PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Amber Hill County Primary School, formerly known as Amber Hill Board School, Amber Hill Council School, and also known as Toftstead County Primary School, was closed on 2 Apr 2010.

    Extent: 3 boxes

    Date: 1882-2010

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1882-2010 SR/009

  5. School Records

    ABY CHURCH OF ENGLAND PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Extent: 2 boxes

    Date: 1895-2008

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1895-2008 SR/001

  6. School Records

    LINCOLN SINCIL SECONDARY MODERN BOYS? SCHOOL

    The school opened in 1913 as Sincil Bank Council School. It was re-organised in May 1920, with the splitting of the Mixed Seniors into separate Boys' and Girls' departments. The Boys' department later became Sincil County Secondary for Boys. This closed in 1973, with the boys transferred to The City School.

    Extent: 1 series

    Date: 1913-1972

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1913-1972 SR/645

  7. School Records

    GUNTHORPE COUNCIL SCHOOL

    Records of Gunthorpe Council School. The School was built in 1910, and appears to have closed in 1942.

    Extent: 1 file

    Date: 1910-1942

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1910-1942 SR/408

  8. School Records

    GRANTHAM, THE CENTRAL TECHNOLOGY AND SPORTS COLLEGE

    The Boys' Central School behind the Town Hall was established in 1920 and lasted until 1925 when there was a fire that destroyed the building. Arrangements were made by the Kesteven Education Committee who offered rooms with the Girls School in Castlegate. New purpose built premises at Hill Avenue were built and opened in 1928. In 1978 the school moved to Rushcliffe Road and the Boys Central ceased to exist. The school reopened as The Central Comprehensive for girls and boys. Renamed Grantham Central School, in 1999 (Manthorpe Estate). The Central Technology and Sports College came into existence on the 1 Sep 2006. In 2010 it merged with The Grantham Church High School to form The Priory Ruskin Academy.

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    SR/326

  9. School Records

    GRANTHAM, CASTLEGATE

    Castlegate School (for both boys and girls) was erected in 1857-9 on a site given by the ecclesiastical commissioners in Welby Street. The Boys School was originally established in 1812 in South Elmer Street and removed in 1835 to a site in North Elmer Street, given by William Ostler and John Lely Ostler Esquires. Hurts' School for Girls was established in 1671 but was incorporated with the Boy's school in 1857. The Grantham Borough Education Committee scheme was introduced by the Education Board in April 1903 and administration of these schools were placed in the control the Education Committee.

    Extent: 1 File

    Date: 23 Oct 1871-2 May 1902

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 23 Oct 1871-2 May 1902 SR/293

  10. School Records

    HORNCASTLE, ST. LAWRENCE SCHOOL

    St Lawrence School opened in 1962 as a special needs school, which offered boarding facilities. The school is located in Bowl Alley Lane. The School is now part of The Lincolnshire Wolds Federation, which was formed in July 2012 and comprises of two East Lindsey Schools, St Lawrence and St Bernard's, Louth. St. Lawrence caters for students between the ages of 2 and 19 with moderate to severe/profound learning difficulties and complex needs. In 2013 the school closed its boarding facilities.

    Date: 1962-2008

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1962-2008 SR/473

  11. School Records

    BASSINGHAM PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Bassingham Primary School. The school was built as a National School in 1855 and was taken over by the Bassingham School Board in 1893 as Bassingham Board School. It became Bassingham Council School in 1903 and Bassingham County School, c.1947. It was known as Bassingham County Primary School prior to September 1999, since when the current title has been used.

    Date: 1893-1989

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1893-1989 SR/029

  12. School Records

    DEEPING ST JAMES COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL

    The school became Deeping St James County Primary School in 1956, with the merging of the Infants and Mixed Schools. The school moved to its current premises in 1968 and became a Community Primary School early in the 21st Century..

    Summary:
    Minutes of: Annual Parents' Meetings (includes: Agenda and Governors' Annual Reports to Parents), 1989-2001;
    Minutes of Finance Committee, 1997-2002;
    School Fund Accounts, 1998 & 1999;
    Minutes of Personnel Committee, 1997-2002;
    Minutes of Curriculum Committee, 2000-2002;
    Inspection Reports, 1992, 1997, 2001

    Extent: 2 boxes

    Date: 1992-2002

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Access Conditions: This deposit has not yet been fully catalogued - please consult an Archivist.

    Date: 1992-2002 SR/147

  13. School Records

    WOOLSTHORPE BY BELVOIR COUNTY PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of the Woolsthorpe by Belvoir County Primary School. By 1928 the school was known as Woolsthorpe Council School, and by 1953 as Woolsthorpe County School. The school was closed on 9 July 1990, with most of the children transferring to Harlaxton and some to Denton.

    Date: 1937-1979

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1937-1979 SR/1228

  14. School Records

    CROWLE CE SCHOOL

    Records of Crowle CE boys, girls & infants School. Closed 23 July 1965.

    Date: 1908-1964

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1908-1964 SR/144

  15. School Records

    BOSTON ST NICHOLAS CE SCHOOL

    Log book (access restricted) 1978-1982

    Date: 1978-1982

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Access Conditions: This deposit has not yet been catalogued in detail - please consult an Archivist.

    Date: 1978-1982 SR/064

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