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  1. School Records

    WAINFLEET ST MARY CE PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Wainfleet St. Mary CE Primary School. The school originated in the Bethlehem Hospital School, built in 1831. It was known as Wainfleet St Mary Church School by 1903, and as Wainfleet St Mary CE School by 1913 and until 1981. The school was closed in 1987 as part of the amalgamation of the three local primary schools as a new school in the premises of the Magdalen Secondary School, which was also closing.

    Extent: 2 files

    Date: 1952-1987

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1952-1987 SR/1161

  2. School Records

    WAINFLEET METHODIST SCHOOL

    Records of Wainfleet Methodist School. The school was opened as a Wesleyan School in 1820. It was known as Wainfleet All Saints Wesleyan School early in the twentieth century, and as Wainfleet All Saints Methodist School by the 1930s. It became a Controlled Methodist School in 1952. The school was amalgamated with Wainfleet All Saints CE School [see SR/1155] in 1960 as a Joint Controlled School [see SR/1156].

    Extent: 2 files

    Date: 1940-1959

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1940-1959 SR/1159

  3. School Records

    TIMBERLAND DALES COUNTY SCHOOL

    Records of Timberland Dales County School. The school was opened on 12 January 1875 as a National School, and later became a CE School. After 1936 the school was transferred to Kesteven County Council in 1938 as Timberland Dales Council School. As Timberland Dales County School, the school was temporarily closed in October 1947 because of low numbers, with the children transferred to Martin School. The school was also known as Timberland Fen CE School in the 1930s.

    The vacant premises were subsequently used by Metheringham Fen CE School 1949-1953? The premises were later re-opened as Witham Bank County School until finally closed c.1973.

    Extent: 6 files

    Date: 1898-1973

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1898-1973 SR/1126

  4. School Records

    MARKET RASEN SECONDARY MODERN SCHOOL

    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]

    Date: 1937-1974 SR/735

  5. School Records

    SWINSTEAD CE SCHOOL

    Records of Swinstead CE School, formerly a National School. Remaining senior pupils appear to have been transferred to Corby Glen Secondary Modern School in 1963. The school was closed on 22 July 1982, with the children transferred to Corby Glen County Primary School.

    Extent: 6 files

    Date: 1904-1982

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1904-1982 SR/1093

  6. School Records

    KIRTON HOLME COUNTY PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Kirton Holme County Primary School, Kirton (in Holland). The school was opened on 5 May 1879 as Kirton Holme Board School, administered by the Kirton School Board, formed in 1876. It became Kirton Holme Council School in 1903 and Kirton Holme County School in 1947. From September 1953, children over the age of 11 were transferred to Swineshead School. The school was closed on 19 July 1968, with children transferred to Kirton Church End County Primary School.

    Extent: 3 files

    Date: 1879-1968

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1879-1968 SR/521

  7. School Records

    STAMFORD BLUECOAT COUNCIL SCHOOL

    Records of the Stamford Bluecoat Council School. The school originated in a subscription school established in 1704 and rebuilt in 1838. A new school was opened in 1873 as Browne's Elementary Endowed School. It was later known as Stamford Endowed Elementary School. In 1928 the trustees transferred the school to Kesteven County Council on a 30 year lease, and thereafter it became known as the Bluecoat Council School.

    Extent: 1 file

    Date: 1903-1934

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1903-1934 SR/1036

  8. School Records

    SOUTH STOKE SCHOOL

    Records of South Stoke School, Stoke Rochford. The school was built in 1840 as a National School. It was known as North and South Stoke CE School in 1923, and as South Stoke CE School by 1925 and until at least 1948. Senior children were transferred to Springfield Secondary Modern School, Grantham, in September 1960, and the school became a junior and infant school. The school was closed on 17 December 1970, with the children transferred to Great Ponton School.

    Extent: 1 file

    Date: 1925-1970

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1925-1970 SR/991

  9. School Records

    STAMFORD ST MARTIN'S CE SCHOOL

    Records of St. Martin's CE School, Stamford. The school was opened in 1854 as Stamford Baron Stamford St Martin's National School, and was enlarged in 1887. There was a Boys' School and a Girls' School with a mixed Infants' Class. The Boys' School was closed on 31 March 1926, as part of a reorganization of schools in Stamford, and thereafter the school only only admitted boys up to the age of nine. By the 1940s it was a junior boys' school, for ages 7-11, known as Stamford St Martin's CE School. The school is now closed.

    Extent: 7 files

    Date: 1854-1961

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1854-1961 SR/1047

  10. School Records

    STRUBBY SCHOOL

    Records of Strubby School. The school opened in 1877 and was known as Strubby Parochial School until at least 1911. It was known as Strubby School by 1927. The school was closed on 24 April 1933, with the pupils transferred to Withern CE School.

    Extent: 2 files

    Date: 1877-1933

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1877-1933 SR/1065

  11. School Records

    LONDONTHORPE CE SCHOOL

    Records of Londonthorpe CE School. The school was built as Londonthorpe National School in 1851 and enlarged in 1876. Pupils aged over 11 were transferred to the Grantham CE Schools from 1 January 1931. The school was closed on 16 June 1950.

    Extent: 3 files

    Date: 1878-1950

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1878-1950 SR/675

  12. School Records

    LOUTH COUNTY PRIMARY SCHOOLS' MANAGERS

    Records of the Board of Managers/Governors of the Louth County Primary Schools.
    In 1950 the Managers were responsible for Kidgate County Primary School (now Louth Kidgate Primary School, see SR/690) and Eastfield Road County Primary School (now Louth Eastfield Infants' and Nursery School, see SR/685). The latter became Louth Eastfield Road County Infants' School in January 1953, when Louth Lacey Gardens County Junior School (now Louth Lacey Gardens Junior School) was opened. In September 1985 the three schools were given their own separate governing bodies.

    Extent: 6 files

    Date: 1950-1985

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1950-1985 SR/682

  13. School Records

    SCOPWICK CE SCHOOL

    Records of Scopwick CE School. The school was built in 1866 as a National School, and was known as Scopwick and Kirkby Green School in 1903. It was known as Scopwick CE School by 1925. Senior children were transferred to Ruskington Secondary Modern School in January 1956. New buildings were opened, and the old buildings renovated in 1966. The school was closed on 19 December 1980, with the children transferred to Digby and Metheringham Schools.

    Former reference: S.R. SCOPWICK C.E.

    Extent: 3 files

    Date: 1902-1980

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1902-1980 SR/873

  14. School Records

    SAXILBY CE PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Saxilby CE Primary School. A mixed National School was built in 1845 and an Infants' School built in 1871, together known as Saxilby National School in 1903. The Infants' School and the Mixed or Upper School were managed by the same board of Managers, and were referred to as Departments in HMI reports by the 1920s. Senior pupils were transferred to Sturton-by-Stow Secondary School in July 1961, and the Senior School was subsequently referred to as the Junior School. The Junior and Infants' Schools were amalgamated under a single headmaster in 1962, although initially retaining the two buildings. New school buildings were planned in the late 1960s.

    Extent: 2 files

    Date: 1915-1968

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1915-1968 SR/861

  15. School Records

    SKEGNESS SECONDARY MODERN SCHOOLS [LUMLEY SECONDARY SCHOOL & MORRIS SECONDARY SCHOOL]

    Records of the Skegness Secondary Modern Schools. The Skegness Secondary Modern School developed from the Senior Council School (built c.1933) and its own Board of Governors was constituted in 1947. The school became the Lumley Secondary School in 1956. The new Morris Secondary School, nearby on Burgh Road, was opened as a Secondary Modern School on 4 September 1956. The Evening Institute/Centre for Further Education, at Lumley School, was managed by a separate committee 1955-1974. A joint Board of Governors for the two schools and the Evening Centre was constituted in 1976. The two schools were amalgamated in the Summer of 1986 to form the Earl of Scarborough School.

    Former reference of items 8/1-4: S.R. SKEGNESS 1-4.

    Extent: 8 files

    Date: 1949-1981

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1949-1981 SR/951

  16. School Records

    RAITHBY AND ENDERBY CE SCHOOL

    Records of Raithby and Enderby CE School. An endowed school was founded in 1668, and rebuilt in 1866. The school was known as Raithby and Mavis Enderby School in the 1870s, but as Raithby and Enderby CE School by 1925. Senior children were transferred to Spilsby County School in September 1948. The school was closed on 21 December 1949, with the children transferred to neighbouring schools.

    Extent: 10 files

    Date: 1878-1949

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1878-1949 SR/835

  17. School Records

    PICKWORTH COUNTY SCHOOL

    Records of Pickworth County School, located in Walcot, within the ecclesiastical parish of Pickworth The school was opened in 1878 as Pickworth Board School, by the Pickworth United District School Board, formed in 1877. It became Pickworth Council School in 1903, and Pickworth County School, c.1948. Senior pupils were transferred to Sleaford Secondary Modern School by 1949. The school was closed on 16 July 1971, with the children transferred to Folkingham Primary School.

    Extent: 3 files

    Date: 1878-1971

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1878-1971 SR/828

  18. School Records

    KELSEY PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Kelsey Primary School. The school was built as North Kelsey Board School in 1896 by the North Kelsey School Board, formed in 1886. It became North Kelsey Council School in 1903, and North Kelsey County School, c.1947. The school was known as North Kelsey County Primary School prior to September 1999, and then as North Kelsey Primary School. The original premises are now used as a village hall. The current title has been used since c2003.

    Extent: 2 files

    Date: 1921-1947

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1921-1947 SR/795

  19. School Records

    SCOTTER CE SCHOOL

    Records of Scotter CE School. The school was built in 1834 (Mixed) and 1877 (Infants), as Scotter National School. It was known as Scotter and Scotton National School in 1903, and subsequently as Scotter and Scotton CE School. As part of a reorganisation in March 1924, senior pupils from Scotton and another neighbouring village were admitted to the school. The school was closed in July 1932 and replaced by the new Scotter Council School [SR/877].

    Extent: 3 files

    Date: 1863-1932

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1863-1932 SR/876

  20. School Records

    REVESBY PAROCHIAL SCHOOL

    Records of Revesby Parochial School. The school was built in 1858 as Revesby National School. Senior pupils were transferred to the new Tattershall Gartree Secondary Modern School from April 1954, and the school became an infant and junior school. The school was closed on 26 July 1974, with the children transferred to Mareham-le-Fen CE School.

    Extent: 8 files

    Date: 1895-1974

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1895-1974 SR/841

  21. School Records

    SEDGEBROOK CE SCHOOL

    Records of Sedgebrook CE School. The school was built as a public elementary school in 1875, and was known as Sedgebrook Endowed School in 1878, and as Sedgebrook Mixed Endowed School in 1903. Senior children were transferred to Barrowby CE School from Easter 1929. The school was closed on 18 July 1984, with the children transferred to Allington School.

    Former reference: SR SEDGEBROOK 1-5.

    Extent: 5 files

    Date: 1874-1984

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1874-1984 SR/931

  22. School Records

    SCREDINGTON COUNTY PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Scredington County Primary School. The school was built in 1877 as a Board School by the Scredington School Board, formed in 1876. It became Scredington Council School in 1903, and Scredington County School, c.1948. Senior children were transferred to Sleaford Council School in February 1945. The school was closed on 22 July 1987, with the children transferred to Osbournby County Primary School.

    Extent: 3 files

    Date: 1903-1987

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1903-1987 SR/881

  23. School Records

    REDBOURNE COUNTY PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Redbourne County Primary School. The school was built in 1840 as Redbourne National School, and was enlarged in 1891. It was known as Redbourne CE School by 1910. The school was transferred to Lindsey County Council in November 1926 as Redbourne Council School, and moved into new buildings in October 1929. Senior pupils were transferred to Kirton Senior School from January 1940, and the school became Redbourne County Primary School, c.1948. The school was closed on 18 December 1970, with the children transferred to Waddingham County School.

    Extent: 24 files

    Date: 1872-1970

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1872-1970 SR/838

  24. School Records

    LUSBY CE SCHOOL

    Records of Lusby CE School. The school was built as a National School for Lusby, Winceby and Asgarby. It was known as Lusby Church School in 1903, and as Lusby CE School by 1910. In September 1953 the senior pupils were transferred, the majority to Spilsby Secondary Modern School, and the school was re-organised as a junior and infant School. The school effectively closed on 27 July 1962, as the headteacher retired on 31 August and was not replaced. The children were transferred to Hagworthingham in September 1962.

    Extent: 20 files

    Date: 1878-1962

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1878-1962 SR/712

  25. School Records

    NORMANBY-BY-SPITAL PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Normanby-by-Spital Primary School. The school was built as Normanby Board School in 1878 by the Normanby United District School Board, formed in 1876. It became Normaby Council School in 1903, and Normanby County School, c.1947. Senior pupils were transferred to Market Rasen at about the same time. Then titles Normanby-by-Spital County School and Normanby-by-Spital County Primary School were also used in the subsequent period. The school was officially known as Normanby County Primary School prior to September 1999, since when the current title has been used.

    Extent: 1 file

    Date: 1925-1965

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1925-1965 SR/783

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