4 edition of A history of King Edward VI Grammar School, Retford found in the catalog.
A history of King Edward VI Grammar School, Retford
Arthur Douglas Grounds
Bibliography: p. 255-256.
|Statement||by A. D. Grounds.|
|LC Classifications||LF795.R43 G7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||264 p., 11 plates.|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||76596687|
King Edward Vi Grammar School Trust. Overview of the education of young people under the age of 25 who are attending or have at any time attended a secondary school in Retford, Nottinghamshire. What the charity does Makes grants to organisations; Financial history. Compliance history. Accounts and trustees' annual report 31 Aug Books shelved as edward-vi: Edward VI: The Lost King of England by Chris Skidmore, The Children of Henry VIII by Alison Weir, Innocent Traitor by Alison.
What is the Old Totnesian Society? A group of people who went to the King Edward VI Grammar School Totnes, King Edward VI Community College, Totnes High School for Girls and Redworth Secondary Modern School and who wish to continue friendships, to arrange regular meetings, to receive news of former students and to maintain links with the College. King Edward VI Grammar School. The School was opened in August , it was designed by Decimus Burton, famous for building parts of the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew and London Zoo. The entrance porch and bell-tower formed the northern end of the building. To the rear were Cloisters, still in existence, looking out onto playing fields.
King Edward Vi Grammar School, Original Portion Fronting London Road is a Grade II listed building in Retford, Nottinghamshire, England. See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos and share your own comments and photos of this building. Short History. King Edward VI Grammar School was refounded in by King Edward VI but can trace its roots back much further than this to around the times of the 13th century. The school is indeed an ancient foundation and over this time it is has flexed to the needs and context of the society it has served. In the modern post war era.
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Get this from a library. A history of King Edward VI Grammar School, Retford. [Arthur Douglas Grounds]. In 2 libraries. p., 11 plates.: illus., facsims., ports. ; 23 cm. King Edward VI Grammar School (East Retford, England) -- History.
A history of King Edward VI Grammar School history of King Edward VI Grammar School, Retford Hardcover – 1 Jan.
by Arthur Douglas Grounds (Author)5/5(2). The King Edward VI Grammar School was originally founded in It was rebuilt in by Decimus Burton. It is built in a neo-Tudor style. In the boarding-house wing (behind) was extended. In science rooms and a gymnasium were added. Then in a new hall was also built.
Location Nottinghamshire East Retford Period Victorian ( - ). A History of King Edward VI Grammar School, Retford. by Alice Kirke | | 0 comments. A History of King Edward VI Grammar School, Retford.
by Alice Kirke | | 0 comments. History of Education Society University of Winchester Sparkford Road Winchester Hampshire SO22 4NR. —The Royal Free* Grammar School endowed by King Edward VI. from spoil of plundered Chantries. —Population of East Retford about —New Charter of Incorporation by King James I., of High and Low Bailiffs and Twelve Aldermen, who " wore Gownes of Purple, trimmed with Fur"; also a Steward.
King Edward VI Grammar School - Shrine - In the Spring term edition of the 'Retfordian' magazine mention is made of this shrine. It was decided to place it on the wall of the Big Schoolroom. Retford Times reports the sale of the old School Site for development as a "Retirement Village for the over 55s".
Some "Then and now" photos are included to indicate the magnitude of the job. KEGS to Kites: ex-King Edward VI Grammar School boys and the Flying Services during World War One. Researched by Sam Curtis of Retford.
Retford Class of '63, King Edward VI Grammar School. 36 likes. We held our first Reunion in and achieved an amazing turnout, several more ers: The History of King Edward VI Grammar School, Totnes.
Paperback – January 1, by Thomas Kelly: (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, January 1, "Please retry" Author: Thomas Kelly. The now empty site of King Edward VI Grammar School, East Retford, Nottinghamshire But when I think back to the kids who passed their 11+ and got a place at the grammar school, the split seemed to be more about social class; the middle class and aspiring middle class went to the grammar schools (the girls went to the high school).
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Out of Print--Limited Availability. School closure information Due to Coronavirus (Covid) pandemic, KEGS is now closed for everyone except for children of critical workers. In line with latest government advice we are not accepting visitors to the school. Retford Class of '63, King Edward VI Grammar School added a new photo to the album: School History by Stephen Walker.
Ma Retford Class of '63, King Edward VI Grammar School added a new photo to the album: King Edward VI School – History and Alumni is a full and detailed history of the School.
It was published on Shakespeare’s birthday, April 23 The book tells of the development of King Edward VI Grammar School through the centuries – the buildings, the masters and the boys. The following text is an extract from Anthony Tuckwell's book 'That honourable and gentlemanlike House', a history of King Edward VI Grammar School, Chelmsford, Anthony Tuckwell was Headmaster of KEGS from to History Grammar schools.
The Retford High School for Girls was a girls' grammar school, also known as Retford County High School for Girls in the s. The analogous boys' school was the King Edward VI Grammar School, Retford (now part of Retford Oaks Academy).
Ingirls from Great Yarmouth High School for Girls were evacuated to. Retford King Edward VI Grammar School -East Retford. 59 likes. In this photo included new pupils to Retford King Edward VI Grammar School (KEGS). In 40 of us reunited - in Followers: King Edward VI Grammar School, or KEGS, is a British grammar school with academy status located in the city of Chelmsford, Essex, takes pupils between the ages of 11 and 18 — from Year 7 to 11 the pupils are exclusively male, although it becomes mixed in the sixth form (years 12 and 13).Founder: Edward VI.
The school at Louth which eventually became King Edward VI Grammar School can lay claim to being one of the oldest in the country - we know that there was schooling in the town as early as the eighth century. The earliest direct mention of a school here in the middle ages comes in a reference to the Louth schoolmaster Simon de Luda in.
Download this stock image: King Edward VI grammar school in Retford, Nottinghamshire. - FY3HEC from Alamy's library of millions of high resolution stock photos, illustrations and vectors. King Edward VI grammar school in Retford, Nottinghamshire Stock Photo: - Alamy.A 'New' History of King Edward VI School for The Governors commissioned the then Head of History at KES, Mr.
G.T. Darby to write a new history of the school to commemorate the th anniversary of its was published in It was previously known as the King Edward VI Grammar School and the oldest part of the school buildings (opened in August ) was designed by Decimus Burton.
The Grammar School magazine was called The Retfordian. The school motto was Ex Pulvere Palma. In later years the school's senior houses were Edward, Foljambe, Gough, and : Academy.