Macclesfield Industrial School [No.10. Macclesfield and District Divisional Executive]

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Details of Macclesfield Industrial School [No.10. Macclesfield and District Divisional Executive]
Title: Macclesfield Industrial School [No.10. Macclesfield and District Divisional Executive]
Reference: SL77
Description:

Managers minutes, report book, log books

Date: 1860-
Held by: Cheshire Archives and Local Studies, not available at The National Archives
Language: English
Extent: 7 Files
Administrative History:

This school, also known as the Ragged School and the Certified Industrial School, originated in 1858 when the Vicar of S. Paul's collected about a hundred vagrant or orphaned children and provided a school for them. New premises were opened in Brook Street in 1866. In 1868 places were made available for children from the rest of the county. The school continued to provide care, education and industrial training for neglected children until the 1920s C.S. Davies, A History of Macclesfield

Subjects:
  • Macclesfield, Cheshire
Creator Names:
  • Macclesfield Industrial School
Immediate Source Of Acquisition:
  • Acc. 1282 part

     

    Transferred by the Divisional Education Officer in June 1967.

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