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Schools and Education in Hertfordshire


Subject Index 

Name Index
Place Index

To show what kind of information can be available a number of examples are given about St Albans Schools

There are also pages relating to the following schools

Aldenham School

Ardeley St Lawrence Voluantary Primary School

Pond Lane Council School, Baldock

Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Barnet

Berkhamsted Schools

Royal Masonic Institution for Boys, Bushey

St Margaret's School, Bushey

Bourne Hall Academy, Bushey, c1845-c1885

Caldecote Towers, Aldenham

Dewhurst School, Cheshunt

Education in Dacorum

The ABC of the History of Schools in Dacorum

Moreton House School, Dunstable (School Magazine)

Boys Home, Essenden

St Ronan's School, Hadley Wood

St George's School, Harpenden

Dagmar House School, Hatfield, early 20th century

Heath Brow School, Hemel Hempstead (School Magazine)

Lockers Park School, Hemel Hempstead

History, staff and pupils of Christ's Hospital School, Hertford

Haileybury College, Great Amwell, near Hertford

British School, Hitchin

St Michael's College, Hitchin

Hockerill Training College

Village School, Hunton Bridge, Abbots Langley

Coombe Hill School, Kings Langley

St Christopher School, Letchworth

Ludgrove, Monken Hadley

North Mimms Girls School

Preston Village School & Princess Helena College, Temple Dinsley

Royston Home for Little Girls

St Edmund's Roman Catholic College, Standon

Alleyne's Grammar School, Stevenage

Prospect House School, Tring

Ware Schools, circa 1840 & Wareside Grammar School

Ware Church of England School

Callowland Boys and Girls Schools, Watford

Corran School, Watford

London Orphan Asylum, Watford

The Grove, Watford

Rev. TUCK's School, Welwyn, Little Wymondley & Northaw

Visit the British Schools Museum, Hitchin

The booklet Bringing Literacy to Rural England contains much useful information on the development of primary education to Hertfordshire schools in the 19th century.

There is much useful information in Hertfordshire Children in War and Peace, 1914-1939

If you can add to the information given above, including details of any published school histories and registers, please  tell me.

Last updated March 2014