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  1. School Records

    MAREHAM-LE-FEN CE PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Mareham-le-Fen CE Primary School. The school was built as a Mareham-le-Fen National School in 1840 and was enlarged in 1880. In 1903 it was known as Mareham-le-Fen Diocesan Church School. By 1914 and until at least 1938, it was known as Mareham-le-Fen Diocesan CE School, and by 1948 it was known as Mareham-le-Fen CE School. Senior pupils were transferred to the new Tattershall Gartree Secondary Modern School from September 1954. The school was known by its current title by the 1990s.

    Extent: 1 file

    Date: 1952-1959

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1952-1959 SR/723

  2. School Records

    MARKBY COUNTY SCHOOL

    Records of Markby County School. The school was opened on 5 June 1877 by the newly formed Hannah-cum-Hagnaby and Markby United District School Board, and was initially known as the Markby cum Hannah and Hagnaby Board School. It became Markby Council School in 1903. The school was re-organised as a junior school (still with senior girls) in April 1924, and senior boys were transferred elsewhere. Senior girls were transferred to Alford in September 1947. The school became Markby County School in 1947, and was closed on 19 March 1948, with the children transferred to Alford County School.

    Extent: 41 files

    Date: 1877-1948

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1877-1948 SR/725

  3. School Records

    MALTBY LE MARSH CE SCHOOL

    Records of Maltby le Marsh CE School. The school was built in 1849 as Bolle's Charity School. It was known in 1903 as Maltby-le-Marsh Church School, and by 1913 as Maltby-le-Marsh CE School. During the First World War, the military took over the school building, and the whole school was moved to Beesby School, which had temporarily closed. On 1 March 1920 Beesby School re-opened and Maltby le Marsh School returned to its own building. The school appears to have closed in 1922.

    Extent: 5 files

    Date: 1892-1922

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1892-1922 SR/718

  4. School Records

    MAIDENWELL COUNTY PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Maidenwell County Primary School. The school was opened as the Farforth Board School on 16 January 1888 by the Farforth with Maidenwell United District School Board, formed in 1885 to serve Farforth-with Maidenwell, Oxcombe and Ruckland. It became Farforth cum Maidenwell Council School in 1903. After 1935 and by 1939 the name was changed to Maidenwell Council School. Senior pupils were transferred to Monks Dyke School, Louth, in April 1944. The school was known as Maidenwell County School and Maidenwell County Primary School from c.1947. The school was closed on 24 July 1964, with the children transferred to Tathwell CE Primary School.

    Extent: 21 files

    Date: 1907-1964

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1907-1964 SR/717

  5. School Records

    HOLTON-LE-CLAY INFANTS' SCHOOL

    Records of Holton-le-Clay Infants' School. The school was opened as Holton-le-Clay Board School by the Holton-le-Clay School Board, formed in 1881. It became a Council School in 1903 and a County School in 1947. A new Junior School was opened in September 1978 on a separate site, which became Holton-le-Clay County Junior School [re-named Holton-le-Clay Junior School from September 1999]. The existing school then became Holton-le-Clay County Infant School [re-named Holton-le-Clay Infants' School from September 1999].

    Extent: 1 file

    Date: 1947-1978

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1947-1978 SR/457

  6. School Records

    HORKSTOW CE SCHOOL

    Records of Horkstow CE School. The school was built in 1858 as Horkstow National School. From 1934 children over 11 were transferred to South Ferriby (to Barton Secondary Modern School by 1957). In 1953 children over the age of 9 were transferred to Saxby CE School because of increased numbers. The school was closed on 21 July 1967, with the children transferred to schools at Barton and South Ferriby.

    Extent: 9 files

    Date: 1870-1967

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1870-1967 SR/463

  7. School Records

    MARKET DEEPING COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Market Deeping Community Primary School. The school was known as Market Deeping County Primary School prior to September 1999, since when the current title has been used.

    Extent: 1 file

    Date: 1979

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1979 SR/727

  8. School Records

    MARTON PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Marton Primary School. The school was built in 1846 and later became Marton Board School, administered by the Marton School Board, formed in 1880. The school subsequently became Marton Council School in 1903, Marton County Primary School c.1947, and Marton Primary School in 1999.

    Date: 1895-1968

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Access Conditions: Additional records of the school, including correspondence, have not yet been catalogued. Please see the designated archivist.

    Date: 1895-1968 SR/740

  9. School Records

    HOGSTHORPE SCHOOL

    Records of Hogsthorpe School. The school was built as a National School in 1857, was leased to Lindsey County Council as Hogsthorpe Council School in 1929, and became Hogsthorpe County School c.1947. Prior to September 1999 the school was known as Hogsthorpe County Primary School.

    Extent: 1 file

    Date: 1930-1949

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1930-1949 SR/444

  10. School Records

    NORTH THORESBY PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of the North Thoresby Primary School. The school was built in 1856 and was later administered as North Thoresby Board School by the North Thoresby United District School Board, formed in 1886. It became North Thoresby Council School in 1903, and North Thoresby County School, c.1947. Senior children were transferred to the new New Waltham Senior School in 1937. The school was known as North Thoresby County Primary School prior to September 1999, since when the current title has been used.

    Extent: 1 file

    Date: 1931-1945

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1931-1945 SR/802

  11. School Records

    LUDBOROUGH ST MARY'S CE SCHOOL

    Records of Ludborough St. Mary's CE School. The school was built in 1861 and was closed on 18 July 1969.

    Extent: 12 files

    Date: 1956-1968

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1956-1968 SR/708

  12. School Records

    SWALLOW COUNTY PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Swallow County Primary School. The school was built in 1856 and was known until at least 1922 as Swallow CE School. However, by 1936 it had been transferred to the Lindsey County Council as Swallow Council School. Senior children appear to have been transferred to Caistor in April 1937. The school became Swallow County School c.1947. The school was closed on 10 April 1968, with the pupils transferred to Caistor Junior School.

    Extent: 29 files

    Date: 1881-1968

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1881-1968 SR/1085

  13. School Records

    NORTH COCKERINGTON CE PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of North Cockerington CE Primary School. The school was built in 1840 and was known as North Cockerington National School in 1903. Senior pupils were transferred to the Secondary Modern schools at Louth by the 1950s.

    Extent: 1 file

    Date: 1956-1976

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1956-1976 SR/784

  14. School Records

    NEW YORK PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of the New York Primary School. The school was built by the Wildmore Fen United District School Board, formed in 1879, and opened in 1881 as the Wildmore (Hundle Houses) Board School. It became Wildmore Council School in 1903 and Wildmore County School in 1947. Senior pupils were transferred to the new Gartree Secondary Modern School at Tattershall from April 1954. In 1956 the school was re-named New York County School. The school was later known as New York County Primary School. It has been known by its present title since September 1999.

    Extent: 3 files

    Date: 1881-1959

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1881-1959 SR/777

  15. 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.

    Extent: 5 series

    Date: 1979

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1979 SR/029

  16. School Records

    TETFORD THE EDWARD RICHARDSON PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Tetford The Edward Richardson Primary School. The school was originally built as a National School in 1821. In 1883 the school was leased to the Tetford School Board (formed in 1877) as the Tetford Board School. It became Tetford Council School in 1903, and a County School in the late 1940s. It was known as Tetford The Edward Richardson County Primary School prior to September 1999, since when the current title has been used.

    Extent: 3 files

    Date: 1888-1999

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1888-1999 SR/1110

  17. School Records

    DRY DODDINGTON CE SCHOOL

    Records of Dry Doddington CE School. The school was built as a National School in 1872 and was closed on 21 May 1926. It re-opened on 14 January 1929 for children under the age of nine years (older children being transferred to Claypole and Long Bennington Schools). The school was again closed on 28 March 1961, with the children transferred to Claypole and Long Bennington Schools.

    Extent: 1 file

    Date: 1916-1961

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1916-1961 SR/166

  18. School Records

    LINCOLN ST ANDREW'S CE FIRST SCHOOL

    Records of St. Andrew's CE First School, Lincoln. The Infants' School was built in St. Andrew's Street in 1873. A Mixed School opened in December 1886, and an additional branch was opened in September 1896. These schools were initially National Schools. Separate Girls' and Boys' Schools were formed from the Mixed School in February 1898, the boys being housed in the newer premises. The schools were re-organised in May 1905 as a Senior Mixed School, a combined Junior Girls' and Infants' School, and a Junior Boy's School. In September 1940 the Junior Girls' and Infants' School was re-organised for mixed Lower Juniors and Infants, and in September 1954 it was re-organised as a Junior and Infants' School, also known as St. Andrew's Primary School. The Junior and Infants' School was re-organised as St. Andrew's First School, with a Nursery Class, in September 1973. New premises for the First School were opened in Kingsway in September 1976. The school was closed on 18 July 1984, with the children transferred to Bishop King CE Primary School.

    Former reference: S.R. LINCOLN ST. ANDREW'S.

    Extent: 15 files

    Date: 1883-1984

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1883-1984 SR/611

  19. School Records

    WADDINGTON ALL SAINTS PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Waddington All Saints Primary School and predecessor schools. The original school was opened in 1854 as a National School, known as Waddington Church of England School. A separate Infants' Department was established in 1878 but disappeared in May 1884 when the school was re-organised as Boys' and Girls' schools. In September 1898 the school returned to Mixed education. A separate Infants' CE School was built in 1906, leaving a Mixed CE School. The junior and infant schools were damaged during the Second World War and closed temporary in 1941. The schools had become County Schools by 1947, and a combined board of managers was established in 1961. The schools were known as Waddington St Clement's County Junior School and Waddington St Michael's County Infant School by the 1960s. From September 1987 the schools were amalgamated on the junior school site as Waddington County Primary School, later Waddington All Saints County Primary School, and known since September 1999 as Waddington All Saints Primary School.

    Extent: 9 files

    Date: 1863-1987

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1863-1987 SR/1151

  20. School Records

    BUCKNALL PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of the Bucknall Rural Villages School. The school was opened in 1854 as a Free School, and was known by 1881 as Bucknall Parochial School. It was later administered as Bucknall Board School by the Bucknall School Board, formed in 1894. It became a Council School in 1903, and a County School c.1947. The school was known as Bucknall County Primary School until September 1999, when it was renamed as Bucknall Rural Villages School. The current title has been used since September 2005.

    Extent: 2 files

    Date: 1881-1959

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1881-1959 SR/085

  21. School Records

    LITTLE STEEPING PAROCHIAL SCHOOL

    Records of Little Steeping Parochial School. The school was opened as a National School in 1871, and was enlarged in 1904. Senior children were transferred to Great Steeping Council School from 1924, from 1951 to the new Wainfleet Secondary Modern School, and from 1953 to the new Spilsby Franklin Secondary Modern School. The school was closed on 26 July 1963, with the children transferred to the schools at Great Steeping and the Halton Holgate.

    Extent: 10 files

    Date: 1871-1963

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1871-1963 SR/673

  22. School Records

    HOLTON-LE-MOOR ST LUKE?S CE PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of Holton-le-Moor St Luke's CE Primary School. The school was built by the Dixon family in 1858, and was known as Holton le Moor National School in 1903. New buildings were opened in 1914. Senior children left in June 1938, mostly for the new Senior School Caistor [see SR/105], and the school became a primary school. The school was officially closed on 31 August 2006, but the last children had left at the end of term in July.

    Extent: 15 files

    Date: 1874-2006

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1874-2006 SR/460

  23. School Records

    BILLINGBOROUGH PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of the Billingborough Primary School. The school was opened by the Billingborough School Board on 15 May 1877 as Billingborough Board School. In 1903 it became Billingborough County School, later Billingborough County Primary School. The present name has been used since March 1999.

    Date: 1974-2008

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1974-2008 SR/041

  24. School Records

    GAINSBOROUGH HOLY TRINITY SCHOOLS

    Records of Gainsborough Holy Trinity Schools. The General Charity School for boys in Trinity Street (originally founded in 1784) was placed in connection with the National Society in 1847 in order to become eligible for government grants. An Infants' National School was opened in Beckey Lane [Etherington Street?] by 1849, and moved to new premises in Trinity Street with girls as a Mixed School in August 1872. Separate Girls' and Infants' Schools were formed at the beginning of 1878. The management of the Holy Trinity Schools was delegated by the Gainsborough National Schools Committee [SR/241] to a Managing Committee, including elected parents or subscribers, from 1872 until 1903, when separate Foundation Managers were appointed. The three schools were closed on 23 July 1930. Senior boys were transferred to Gainsborough Sandsfield Lane Senior Boys' School (later the Benjamin Adlard School) [SR/230] and senior girls were transferred to Gainsborough Lea Road Senior Girls' School [SR/252]. Infants were transferred to Gainsborough St. John's Infants' School, and the other children were transferred to Gainsborough St. John's Junior Mixed School [both at SR/251].

    Extent: 15 files

    Date: 1831-1930

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1831-1930 SR/240

  25. School Records

    GAINSBOROUGH PARISH CHURCH PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Records of the Gainsborough Parish Church Primary School, Acland Street. The Girls' National School was opened in Church Street in 1844 as successor to the girls' General Charity School. A separate Infants' School was built in 1872, and a new Boys' School was added in 1879, although boys were being taught at least as early as 1872. The schools were administered from 1872 by the Gainsborough National Schools Committee [SR/241] and a Managing Committee, including elected subscribers or parents, until 1903. The old Girls' School in Church Street was run as a separate school, the Free School, with its own Managing Committee from 1896 until 1902, and then became part of the Parish Church schools. In 1903 Foundation Managers were appointed for the Parish Church Schools. The Church Street premises were sold in the 1920s or 1930s. By the 1950s the school was a primary school known as Gainsborough Parish Church CE Primary School. The present name has been used since September 1999.

    Extent: 108 files

    Date: 1937-1970

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1937-1970 SR/245

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