Collection SCH41 - Ecclesbourne Junior School

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Ecclesbourne Junior School


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Ecclesbourne Road Boys and Girls Schools were opened in 1901. They took both Juniors and Seniors. In September 1930 the schools were reorganised: all the Juniors and Senior Boys were transferred to Whitehorse Manor and Elmwood (the Boys Log Books went to Whitehorse Manor.)

A Senior Girls School remained at Ecclesbourne (see under Ecclesbourne High School). In September 1976 a new Junior School was opened for boys and girls, it being housed in the adjoining Infant building until its own premises were ready for occupation.

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Accession Number: A997

Records of Ecclesbourne Junior School

Admission Register 1977 - 2002

Admission Papers 2002 - 9 in three parts: registered groups, 2002 - 8, leavers 2002 - 2009 and immigration report for arrivals 2002 - 2008

Item date: 1977 - 2008

Accession date: 30/6/2009

Custodial history: Transferred by the School, via Dr Ron Cox, Summer 2009

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