TitleEducation and Learning
Administrative HistoryThe Education department was first established in 1903 following the 1902 Education Act which abolished School Boards and appointed the council as the Local Education Authority. Directors of Education 1903-1912 Evan W Small 1912-1918 A L Jenkyn Brown 1919-1933 P. G. Feek 1933-1948 W. G. Briggs 1949-1970 Sir John Laurence 'Jack' Longland (1905-1993) c1970-c1974 H. K. Fowler c1974- Christopher W. Phillips temp 1984 John Evans temp 1993-2000 Valerie Hannon temp 2001 Roger Taylor, formerly Deputy Director
CreatorDerbyshire County Council
DescriptionThese records are in the process of being catalogued into the Derbyshire County Council collection (ref: DCC). For more information please consult the catalogues using the reference numbers below: D834 - Various records, 1895-1967 D1010 - Woodville school letter D1767 - Education Committee's Regulations and Instructions for the guidance of Managers and Teachers of Public Elementary Schools (Printed) 1937 D2080/UL - School Organisation Files (for closed and open schools), 20th cent; Development plans and other material relating to Derbyshire schools and colleges; Circulars to schools D2768/2-3 - Report on Secondary Higher Education in Derbyshire by Michael E Sadler (printed) (192 pp); Scheme of Further Education incorporating plans for County College attendance produced by Education Committee of Derbyshire County Council (printed) (68pp) D2998 - Derbyshire Teachers Centres: Management papers, reports, correspondence, advisory committee papers, course programmes, 1970s-1990s D3409 - Report on secondary and higher education to the Education Committee of Derbyshire County Council, 1905 D3804 - Advisor for Housecraft: primarily of copies of architects drawings relating to proposed alterations of housecraft classrooms, with comments or annotations by the advisor, 1954-1978 D4564 - Head Teacher Allowances: Mid Division, 1948-1970; North East/Bolsover/Chesterfield, 1971-1990 D5288 - School Organisation Files, including returns from schools to LEA, 1903-1990 D6157 - Education Committee pamphlets, 1930s-1940s D6385 - Chief Education Officer working papers, c1990-2005 D6822 - Education Authority Census Book, 1922-1923 D7072 - Photographs of school scenes 1950s-1960s and Chief Education Officers 1903-1948; Allestree education statistics 1932 D7238 - Derby Council and Voluntary Schools plans D7240 - Derby: valuation and inventory of two houses in Irongate D7260 - "Read On, Write Away!" Literacy Partnership Divisional Executives D931 - North East Derbyshire D1040 - South East Derbyshire D1342 - North West Derbyshire D1389 - Mid Derbyshire D1458 - South Derbyshire D1631 - Amber Valley and Erewash D2080/UL - various D2632 - North East Derbyshire D3531 - North West Derbyshire Youth Service D3865 - Ilkeston Local Youth Committee Minutes, 1940-1953 White Hall Outdoor Education Centre, formerly known as County Pursuits Centre D7786
Related MaterialSee D6317 and D6378 for further records relating to Tawney House Adult Education Centre in Matlock. Reports and minutes of the management committees for adult education centres, including Tawney House in Matlock, can be found under DCC/ED/1. For Quarterly reports of the Education Committee, 1903-1913 see D919/C/2/2/1-3. See D4021 for a small collection of personal papers of Sir Jack Longland.
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