Collection SCH5 - Applegarth Junior School

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Applegarth Junior School


  • 1966 - 2007 (Creation)

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6 items

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(1966 - 2007)

Administrative history

The first pupils were admitted to Applegarth Junior School on 05 January 1967 and the school was officially opened on 12 October 1967. Delays in completing the buildings meant that the Infants school initially shared premises with the Juniors for a short period.

Archival history

Transferred by the school, via Dr Ron Cox, in July 2007 and November 2007.

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Accession Number: A932

Additional records of Applegarth Junior School

Photographs (SCH5/5):

1) Classes; teams; staff, 1980s - c.1990s

2) Classroom work and pupils, 1999, n.d.

3) School activities and visits; plays; music groups; assemblies, c.1990s - c.2000s

4) Music for Life event, Mar 2004

5) School sports day, 1 packet, n.d.

6) Applegarth Junior School Football Team, n.d.

7) Aerial view of Applegarth Infants and Junior Schools, n.d.

8) Exterior views of Applegarth Junior School, n.d.

9) Negatives, 1 packet, n.d.

10) CD entitled School photos, n.d.

11) Copper coin collection for victims of Tsunami, c.2005

Programmes (SCH5/10)

1) Programme for Music for Life event, The Barbican, London, 3 Mar 2004

2) Programme for Sound Start to Symphonic Sounds, Trinity School Croydon, 12 Jul 2003

3) Programme for Applegarth Sound Start Band Debut Concert, 9 Apr 2003

Miscellaneous (SCH5/13)

1) Newspaper cuttings

1/1 Applegarth Junior School Football Team, n.d.

1/2 Flags for Croydons summer festival, 2 items, n.d.

2) Letter: David Miliband to Vicky Gogerly, Headteacher, regarding Music for Life Event at the Barbican Hall on 3 March 2004, 10 Mar 2004

Item date: c.1980s - c.2005

Accession date: 12/3/2007

Custodial history: Transferred by the school, via Ron Cox, in December 2007.

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