2 edition of history of Alleyne"s Grammar School, Uttoxeter, 1558 to 1958 found in the catalog.
history of Alleyne"s Grammar School, Uttoxeter, 1558 to 1958
William Grove Torrance
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Thomas Alleyne founded a grammar school in Stevenage in Modern Stevenage. Through the centuries life in Stevenage continued to be much the same. However from the midth century stagecoaches began to pass through Stevenage. By the early 19th century about 20 coaches were passing through each day. Create your Photo - Uttoxeter, Alleyne's Grammar School c
A Uttoxeter pupil set to become the first in her family to go to uni has secured a prestigious place to study at Cambridge. Trudy Yates was convinced she had not got the three A*s and an . The School was renamed the Seminary in during the headship of Rev. C. J. Branch. It was granted Government Secondary Grammar School Status in and renamed "Alleyne School". Alleyne School was the first Government Secondary School to become co-educational in The present roll is students comprising boys and girls.
Thomas Alleyne Grammar School, Uttoxeter. 1 court, pictured in Trent Park College, Cockfosters London? courts - non-standard. Demolished in the 's? Wallsworth Hall, Twigworth, Gloucestershire. 1 court. Probably built by the de Winter family, owners of the Hall Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. search Search the Wayback Machine. Featured texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. Books to Borrow Full text of "Seven Studies in the Economic and Social History of Uttoxeter and its adjacent Rural.
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Buy Alleyne's Grammar School, Stone, Staffordshire by Cope, Norman A. (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Norman A. Cope. Welcome to Torrance House. The house gets its name from a local author named William Grove Torrance who published a book called "The History of Alleyne's Grammar School, ".
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Officially styled Alleyne's Grammar School in and then Alleyne's School inwhen it became comprehensive, it acquired its present name twenty years later when it was amalgamated with the former Stevenage Girls' School.
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Alleynes Grammar School, School House is a Grade II listed building in Uttoxeter, Staffordshire, 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. Details. CHURCH STREET 1. (North West Side) Old Uttoxeter Hall (Alleyne's Grammar School) to north of School House SK 1/83 II 2.
Details. SK 1/17 CHURCH STREET (North West Side) Alleyne's Grammar School,School House) (formerly listed Uttoxeter Alleyne's Grammar School,Headmaster's House). Alleyne’s Grammar School Uttoxeter Fourth Centenary by W G Torrance A History of Staffordshire by M W Greenslade and D G Stuart Not much really on Uttoxeter.
Victoria County History of Staffordshire. Not my favourite history book I’m afraid because of its complex indexing. Academic rather than a popular history.
He could perhaps have been the most charismatic teacher in the long history of Alleynes (from ). He taught English and music.
If boys were out of line, he would line them all up at the front of the class holding their hands out (type of lowered ‘Nazi’ salute) and would then walk along slapping all the hands. [SCHOOL CLOSURE] This school is closed and is only open to students who have key working parents. Thomas Alleyne's High School (TAHS) is a coeducational secondary school and sixth form located in Uttoxeter, Staffordshire, is one of three schools founded in from the will of Thomas has four different coloured houses: Elkes (Red), Orme (Green), Torrance (Blue) and.
Alleyne's School evolved from two schools: Thomas Alleyn's Grammar School, formed in and Edward Wiltshire's school for the poor of The school has been known as Allens, Alleynes, the Free School, the English School, The Endowed School and the Grammar School, before merging with the Girls' Grammar School in to become the Thomas Alleyne School.
'The History of Alleyne's Grammar School, Uttoxeter, ' by WG Torrance Publishedby Old Alleynians Association, Uttoxeter. 'A History of Abbotsholme School, ' by Anon Publishedby Abbotsholme School, Uttoxeter. 'Seven Studies in the Economic & Social History of Uttoxeter and its Adjacent Rural Parishes, '.
Berkhamsted School was founded about and Hertford Grammar School in Alleyne's Grammar School, Stevenage, was founded in the year by the Reverend Thomas Alleyne, who was at that time Rector of Stevenage.
There is evidence, however, that there was a school ("scolis") in the town in Thomas Alleyne's Uttoxter Learning Trust Teaching School. Dove Bank, Uttoxeter ST14 8 DU [email protected] Old Uttoxeter Hall (Alleynes Grammar School) to North of School House is a Grade II listed building in Uttoxeter, Staffordshire, 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.
History. Thomas Alleyne died inhaving made provisions in his will for the founding of the school. It was originally known as Master Allen's it was known as Alleyne's Grammar School, a boys' grammar school. Francis Cammaerts (–), French Resistance leader and witness in the Lady Chatterley's Lover Trial, was headmaster from to Thomas Alleyne's High School In Uttoxeter, Staffordshire Offering education at GCSE and A-LevelStaffordshire, Obtained excellent GCSE results in the exams.
Equally our Sixth Form superb exams with some of ourstudents moving onto Oxford and Cambridge. Many studying Medicine &. Thomas Alleyne's High School, Uttoxeter, United Kingdom.
2, likes 10 talking about this were here. Thomas Alleyne’s High school is a successful and popular semi rural school serving. Thomas Alleyne's High School, Uttoxeter.
A state school for boys and girls aged from 13 to Local authority: Staffordshire. Thomas Alleyne's High School is located in Uttoxeter and falls under the local authority of Staffordshire. This mixed-sex secondary school has 1, pupils, with a capacity of 1, aged from thirteen up to eighteen, and the type of establishment is academy converter.
The most recend Ofsted inspection was 10th February resulting in a good rating.A postcard view of Uttoxeter Grammar School which was founded in in the will of Thomas Alleyne, a school teacher.
The school was originally a Grammar School for boys and was on Bridge Street. Alton station, Staffordshire, around Coaches stand at the third platform whilst a through train works the "up" line.Photo of Uttoxeter, Alleyne's Grammar School c Photo of Uttoxeter, Alleyne's Grammar School c, from The Francis Frith Collection.
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