- 1867 - 1968 (Creation)
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Founded circa 1834, perhaps as a dame school or as a school attached to All Saints Chapel. Made a Church of England school by trust deed, dated 1849. Enlarged and became a National School in 1864. Infants school founded probably 1838; Girls school founded probably 1838; Boys school founded probably 1838; National school opened Jan 1866; Girls and Infants schools amalgamated 1 January 1905; Girls and Infants and Boys schools amalgamated 1 September 1924 to become Junior Mixed [Boys and Girls] and Infants: became known as the Academy on the Hill, recruiting only graduates and enjoying a considerable reputation; school lost aided status in 1953 and became a controlled school; reorganised as separate infants and junior schools, 1 September 1967; old junior school buildings demolished 1971. From 1967 - 2005 the Infants and Juniors were separate schools.
All Saints Infant School and All Saints CE Junior School federated in October 2005 with one Headteacher and one Governing Body. The schools federated because the Infants is a Community School and the Juniors is a Church of England (Voluntary Controlled) School.
In September 2008 the school became a joint building with one main entrance, administrative office and staffroom.
Retrospectively accessioned 17 May 2001. SCH3/2/7-10 and SCH3/13/1 were transferred by the school, via Dr Ron Cox, in May 2009.
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Accession Number: A1006
Further Records of the Federation of All Saints Infant School and All Saints CE Junior School
Box 1: Album of cuttings re: rebuilding proposal of 1963 - 4 including photo of houses demolished to make way for proposal.
Eight photograph albums: staff classes 1957 -8, 1961, 1964, 1969, 1983 - 1989, VE Day 1995, 1998 - 2001 (Blue Ring Binder) memories of the old library (written by former pupils.
2 log books 1968 - 1979, 1979 - 1994
1 sales account book: 1903 - 1975
3 PTA minute books 1953 - 1955, 1955-1964 (needs treatment and rebinding), 1964 - 1973 (needs rebinding).
3 manila envelopes school archive material supplied by the vicar 12 Jan 1994 including papers relating to 1849 trust Deed.
1 battered red folder rebuilding sets out evidence at anger at refusal by minister of education.
1 folder marked time capsule containing June 1937 parish magazine, several copies of 1979 parish history, a tour of the churchyard, a book titled Notes in parish magazine, cuttings 1929- 1930, Heads Reports 1931, 1934; Details of 150th birthday celebrations ; my school life, 1984 by several pupils, guide to the school trees and shrubs; copy of first archive schedule, copy of South London News, 31 Jan 1984 re 150th birthday celebrations, brochure 1983 - 1984, History of All Saints School, Play script of Joseph.
1 CD: Christmas production 2004: a tale of two buildings.
1 exercise book: Prize giving records 1926- 1930 but with later loose material as well.
Numerous loose photographs including of school building.
Item date: 1849 - 2004
Accession date: 01/06/2010
Custodial history: Deposited by the school, via Dr. Ron Cox, in June 2010.
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