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71% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Wootton Junior Mixed School
Wootton Junior Mixed School West elevation of Wootton Junior Mixed School about 1875 [SB58/9]. In the work itself the most commendable features are the Arithmetic, the greatly improved methods of teaching Composition, and the Writing, Drawing, Physical Training and Singing of the upper divisions, all of which give great promise.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
71% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Caldecote School
Caldecote School Elevations of Caldecote School [AD3865/31/3]. There are some backward children in Standard II, but they were backward when they came up from the Infants' Division at the end of a period during which the school had been understaffed;
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
71% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Stevington School 1903-1946
Stevington School 1903-1946 The old school house December 2008. Speech training receives exceptional attention, and the children speak very well indeed. Gibb and stood in just over an eighth of an acre, tye tenant paying 18 per annum rent.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
71% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Silsoe School Since 1903
Silsoe School Since 1903 School House Mews March 2011. they are learning valuable lessons which cannot fail to be of lasting benefit to them". In April 1925 average attendance was 87. There are few, if any, notes or observations made by themselves. The particulars described them as:.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
67% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Heathfield School Caddington
Heathfield School Caddington Elevation of Caddington Church of England School about 1859 [AD3865/9]. The following year the Inspector criticised the smallness of the school garden and the rusty tools noting that only an hour a week was devoted to gardening and only six scholars in the class.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
62% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: 20th Century Education in Woburn
20th Century Education in Woburn Woburn Council Girls' School group 1916 [Z252/3]. The Girls School was similarly good: "The tone and discipline are most priaseworthy…The condition of the School as a whole reflects much credit upon Miss Smith and her Assistant". Both Boys and Girls Schools were also inspected in 1925/6 and progress was generally satisfactory.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
62% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Education in Upper Caldecote
Education in Upper Caldecote Elevations of the school [AD3865/31/3]. The building containeda hall, living room, pantry and kitchen, 3 bedrooms, outside earth closet, coal house, water laid on being, all told "v.good".
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
60% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Wootton Infants School
Wootton Infants School Wootton Infants School about 1900 [Z50/136/28]. The Infants were visited first, in 1922 when it was found that things were not quite so flourishing as before the war but still reasonable: "This school is in good order and methods of instruction are carefully considered. In both cases greater audibility of speech is desirable".
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
60% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Tempsford School
Tempsford School . The First World War led to a shortage of resources in most walks of life and there was no further inspection until it was over - the next one being in February 1922, when average attendance was 80: "In this School, the Teachers work conscientiously and the order is good.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
58% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Saint Andrews School Leighton Buzzard
Saint Andrews School Leighton Buzzard Saint Andrew's School front elevation of about 1870 [AD3865/1]. Additional assistance, at any rate for a year or two, is eminently desirable". This school continued until 1946 when the Education Act 1944 came into force.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 

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