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Quintin Kynaston Community Academy, London

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Alternative name(s):
  • Polytechnic Middle Class School, London (Also known as)
  • Polytechnic Intermediate Day School, London (Also known as)
  • Polytechnic Day Boys' School, London (Formerly known as)
  • Polytechnic Commercial School, London (Also known as)
  • Polytechnic Industrial School, London (Also known as)
  • Polytechnic Secondary School, London (Formerly known as)
  • St Marylebone Polytechnic Secondary School, London (Also known as)
  • Marylebone Polytechnic Secondary School, London (Also known as)
  • The Qunitin School, London (Formerly known as)
  • Paddington Technical Institute, London (Formerly known as)
  • Paddington Technical College, London (Formerly known as)
  • Kynston Technical School, London (Formerly known as)
  • Quintin Kynaston School, London (Formerly known as)
  • Quintin Kynaston Technology College, London (Formerly known as)
  • Regent Street School, London (Also known as)
Date: 1885-2009
History: A history of the school can be found on it's website
Places:
  • London
  • Minehead, Somerset
  • St Johns Wood, Middlesex
Functions, occupations and activities: Schools and Education > Schools
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/C179832 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/O108212 )
Collections
  Description Held by Reference Further information
1
c1885-2009: records incl registers, administrative papers, minutes, reports, Speech Day programmes, misc official papers, memorabilia and photographs
University of Westminster Archives
2
1902-1909: log books
London Metropolitan Archives: City of London
Related record creators
  Record creator Description of relationship Dates Category of relationship
1
Both created by philanthropist Quintin Hogg and shared buildings until Second World War
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