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92% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Bedfordshire Middle Class Public School
Bedfordshire Middle Class Public School Bedfordshire Middle Class Public School at the time of its opening [Z50/67/67]. The buildings were demolished as late as 1964 to make way for the offices of Robinson Rental, later Granada TV Rentals and at the time of writing [2013] offices including those of Central Bedfordshire Council.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
92% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: The Bedfordshire Middle Class Public School
The Bedfordshire Middle Class Public School Bedfordshire Middle Class Public School at the time of its opening [Z50/67/67]. J.L.Macassey; - CRT130Elstow2: articles on school: 1868-1869; - X271/18: The Elstonian magazine of old boys: 1897-1900;
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
28% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Sandy Boys and Girls Church and Public Elementary Schools
Sandy Boys and Girls Church and Public Elementary Schools Elevation of the Church Schools [AD3865/38/3]. In all classes the teaching is careful, intelligent and thorough…the general level of attainments of the scholars as a whole is creditable alike to the Head Master and his staff".
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
22% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Sandy Public Elementary Mixed to Saint Swithuns Lower Schools
Sandy Public Elementary Mixed to Saint Swithuns Lower Schools Elevation of the Church Schools [AD3865/38/3]. The teacher of Class 2 returned only a week ago after twelve months leave of absence during which she visited Australia under the scheme for the interchange of teachers.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
15% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Sources for Education in Potton
Sources for Education in Potton Potton Lower School sign. SB33/3: Potton School Board abstract book: 1875-1891; CTM17/106: Mortgage for school repairs: 1911; E/TE3/2: Return of teaching staff: 1981;
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
15% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Early Education in Potton
Early Education in Potton Board commemorating the Thomas John Burgoyne Charity February 2013. ALSO he gave ye sum of Thirty Pounds to this Parish for ever ye interest of which to be Paid for Teaching Poor Children to learn to Read MARY TOTTNAM Spinster of this Parish February ye 2nd 1728 gave ye Parish ye Sum of Sixty Pounds to purchase freehold land ye rents thereof one third part to be paid to...
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
13% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Sandy Infants Church and Public Elementary School
Sandy Infants Church and Public Elementary School Elevation of the Church Schools [AD3865/38/3]. No. Sandy Infants, as a church school, became a public elementary school. This they are not able to do, and the result is that, in these two subjects, many are unfit to take their places in the senior departments when the time for promotion comes.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
13% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Sandy Church Schools in 1904
Sandy Church Schools in 1904 Elevation of the Church Schools [AD3865/38/3]. Such an area as this teeming with young life over a waterlogged site is likely to be very prejudicial to the health of both Scholars and Teachers.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
13% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: The Parish of Kempston in General
The Parish of Kempston in General The view from The Branston Way to Kempston Mill May 2013. In 1896 the civil parish was divided into two: Kempston Urban District, now simply called Kempston, and the civil parish of Kempston Rural.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
13% Archbishop Trevor Huddleston
Browser does not support script. 15 June 1913 Born in Bedford - christened at St Paul's Church, Bedford Attended Woodard Public School of Lancing and then Christ Church, Oxford 1937 Ordained after attending Wells Theological College 1939 Joined the Anglican Order of the Community of Resurrection at Mirfield 1943 Appointed as priest-in-charge of the Community's Mission in Sophiatown, South Africa...
Bedford Borough Council

 

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