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98% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Potton Secondary Schools
Potton Secondary Schools Burgoyne Middle School August 2013. The attitude towards Physical Training by the girls, who were wearing blazers and scarves, will improve, it is hoped, under the new regime.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
98% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Kempston Secondary School
Kempston Secondary School Robert Bruce Middle School July 2007. "A word of appreciation should also be added for the success of the school in sport, for the generous loan of the ground which they may use for all games and sports and for the part which the staff play in this side of the school life". SDKempstonRB3/1: analysis of classes and staff: 1952-1953;
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
98% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Harrold Secondary School
Harrold Secondary School Priory Middle School January 2008. Miss J.M.Mandale BA; "The plans have been drawn with a view to extensions, should these prove necessary in the future. Harrold County Secondary School The third of the great Education Acts was that of 1944 which established the principle of County Primary Schools for children up to the age of 11, at which time they took an...
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
98% Transfer to Secondary School
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92% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Pilgrim Upper School Brickhill
Pilgrim Upper School Brickhill Pilgrim School in 1962 [PY/PH13/3]. Note: Bedfordshire Archive and Record Service used to hold extensive records from Pilgrim [SDBedfordPilgrim], including many pupil records, but these were permanently withdrawn by Biddenham Upper School in 1990 and their whereabouts are now unknown. E/CU4/1/2: correspondence file on school choir: 1974-1977;
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
88% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Leighton Buzzard Education 1903 to Date
Leighton Buzzard Education 1903 to Date Beaudesert Council Boys' School in 1913 [Z50/72/21]. Around 1958 Pulford's began to admit girls, becoming a mixed school, whilst Saint Andrew's continued as a girls' school.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
88% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Robert Bruce School Kempston
Robert Bruce School Kempston Robert Bruce Middle School July 2007. "A word of appreciation should also be added for the success of the school in sport, for the generous loan of the ground which they may use for all games and sports and for the part which the staff play in this side of the school life". SDKempstonRB3/1: analysis of classes and staff: 1952-1953;
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
86% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Linslade Schools Since 1965
Linslade Schools Since 1965. Cedars Upper School October 2008. Linslade Middle School Linslade had a County Secondary School at least as early as 1953, when the governors minutes begin [SGM24]. Southcott Lower School October 2008.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
84% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: The Cedars School Leighton Buzzard
The Cedars School Leighton Buzzard High Sheriff Richard Allen at the opening of the school [AQ11/2/4/3]. The best 25% of pupils taking an examination at age eleven went to grammar schools and were taught an academic curriculum intended to allow them to go to university.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
83% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Lincroft School Oakley
Lincroft School Oakley Lincroft School April 2011. It comprised twelve acres and the deed abstracted the ownership of the land back to 1919 when, as part of Hill Farm (as Oakley Grange was then known), it belonged to Herbert Arthur Emmett who had purchased it from the Duke of Bedford in October 1918. Thus Lower Schools now taught children aged 4 to 9, Middle Schools from 9 to 13 and Upper...
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 

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