Ref No

D78/

Staveley Works School, later Barrow Hill Secondary Modern Boys' School

Admission registers 1907-1960, log book 1924-1960, HM Inspector's report 1953, Stock Book, 1948-1953

1907-1960

D79/

Handley Church of England Primary School, later Handley County Primary School, Staveley

Admission registers 1867-1958, log books 1900-1958, administrative records 1876-1902

1867-1958

D80/

Hackenthorpe Rainbow Forge Junior School, Beighton

Admission register 1955-1960, log book 1955-1960

1955-1960

D81/

Shirebrook Langwith Road County Infants School

Log books, 1924-1960, and admission register, 1942-1960

1924-1960

D82/

Hardstoft Church of England School, Ault Hucknall

Infants Department/School admission register 1942-1960, log books 1925-1954; temporary Junior and Mixed School log books 1924-1928

Admission registers 1872-1957, log book 1928-1957, report on religious instruction 1956

1872-1957

D83/

Brackenfield National School, later Brackenfield Church of England, School

Log books 1863-1954

1863-1954

D84/

Shirebrook County Secondary School

Governors' minutes 1946-1955, Pupil Teacher Centre and School log book 1921-1955, HM Inspector's reports 1926-1952, other records 20th cent

1921-1955

D85/

Risley Latin School

Admission books 1877-1914

1877-1914

D159/

Bonsall Endowed School

managers' minutes and other

1897-1955

D235/

Heath Church of England School

 

1866-1963

D236/

Pilsley Board School, Later Boys' And Secondary Modern School

 

1876-1961

D237/

Blackwell Church of England School

 

1912-1961

D271/

Anthony Gell School, Wirksworth (formerly Wirksworth Grammar School)

Anthony Gell School, Wirksworth (formerly Wirksworth Grammar School): attendance register, 1889-1894; admissions, 1904-1946; scholarship papers, 1928-1942; sample of pupil reports, 1954-1966, 1981, 1987; staff register information, 1902-1963; account books, 1845-1942; annual account book, 1931-1942; school income and expenditure books, 1932-1949; other financial records, 1928-1968; curriculum statements, 1969-1971, and review file, 1982; schools curriculum award programme and invitation, 1990; sixth form prospectus, 1983-1989; publications for parents and pupils, 1982-1991; Wirksworth...

1845-1991

D280/

Tideswell Grammar School

Inc deeds, accounts, estate papers 1562-1918 and register book c1858-1926

1536-1939

D300/

Shirebrook Central School

 

1948-1955

D322/

Glossop Central Schools

governors minute book

1930-1946

D332/

Long Eaton Church of England Schools

Infants admission registers 1880-1940 and log books 1862-1940; Juniors admission registers 1903-1951 (incorporating infants from 1940), log books 1862-1964 (incorporating infants from 1940)

1862-1964

D342/

Bradbourne Church of England Primary School

 

1906-1965

D343/

Foston and Scropton Council School

Includes admission register, 1866-1945, and log book, 1925-51.

1886-1951

D344/

Hastings Road Schools, Church Gresley

 

1929-1959

D345/

Shirley Church of England School

log books, admissions register, reports, inventory

1861-1963

D346/

Lullington Church of England School

admission register, log book

1902-1947

D347/

Edlaston Parochial School

admission register, log book

1906-1961

D348/

Brockley County Secondary School, Shuttlewood

admissions registers, log books, accounts, free meals list

1905-1965

D375/UL

Chesterfield Parkhouse County Primary School/Junior Mixed and Infants School

This material is unlisted

1949-1961

D377/

Bonds Main School, Temple Normanton

 

1947-1964

D383/

Boylestone Parochial (Controlled) Primary School

Log book

1912-1965

D391/

Stainsby School, near Chesterfield

 

1927-1962

D473/

Glossop area school governors'

governors' minutes

1928-1965

D474/

Idridgehay Primary School

Includes log books, 1866-1987, admission registers, 1907-1987, and managers' minutes, 1903-1987.

1866-1987

D488/

Pleasley Hill British School, Rotherham Road (later County Primary, Anthony Bek Junior Mixed)

Pleasley Hill British School, later Rotherham Road Council School, log books, 1863-1983; infants's school log books 1873-1983; admission register 1925-1948; Senior School admission register 1922-1964; New Houghton Infants School: log books 1884-1936, admission registers 1884-1936.

1863-1983

D494/

Earl Sterndale Church of England School

log book

1900-1936

D510/

Wormhill Parochial School

 

1892-1966

D558/

Brimington Council Schools

Managers'/governors' minutes, 1903-1966.

1903-1966

D559/

Over Haddon Church of England School

 

1893-1967

D560/

Elvaston Church of England school

Log book 1940-1952; admission register 1906-1952

1906-1952

D572/

Killamarsh Board School, later Killamarsh County Secondary School

 

1880-1967

D573/

Eckington Central Board School, later Eckington Council Schools, Eckington Central Infants School and Eckington Secondary School

includes log books 1875-1967; admission registers 1925-1966, school portfolio 1876-1903; Eckington Technical Education Committee minutes 1891-1913; Eckington Evening Continuation School log book 1893-1914, Eckington Central Infants School log books 1875-1919

1875-1967

D575/

Derwent National School

Derwent National School opened in 1877 and closed in 1942.

1870-1942

D576/

Litton Mills Council School

Litton Mills Council School closed in June 1948.

1926-1948

D577/

Wardlow Church of England School

Wardlow Church of England School closed in June 1948.

1913-1948

D578/

Ashover (Upper End) School

Ashover School closed in December 1947.

1882-1947

D579/

Bolsover Colliery Schools

Bolsover Colliery Schools closed in December 1938.

1894-1938

D580/

Radbourne Church of England School

Radbourne Church of England School closed in December 1948.

1901-1948

D581/

Sheldon National School

 

1878-1935

D582/

Rowthorne Council School

 

1898-1943

D583/

Temple Normanton School

Temple Normanton School closed in March 1936.

1887-1936

D584/

Barrow Hill School

log book

1914-1940

D585/

Sutton cum Duckmanton Parochial School and Duckmanton Council School

Log books, 1909-1941, newsletters 2014-2018.

1909-2018

D587/

Stanton by Bridge School

Includes log books 1874-1951, admission register 1891-1951; managers' minutes 1903-1951

1874-1951

D593/

Boylestone National School

The school closed in 1965.

1874-1964

D628/

Stone Edge and Spitewinter Board School, Ashover

log book

1899-1924

D640/

Great Longstone National Schools

Press cutting, 1883.

1883

D649/

Spondon House and Springfield Schools

Managers' minutes, 1942-1950.

1942-1950

D659/

Wingerworth Junior School

 

1903-1968

D676/

Bretby County Primary School

 

1874-1969

D711/

Ault Hucknall (United District) Council Schools

Managers' minutes 1903-1939, relating to the administration of Doe Lea School, Rowthorne School, Stainsby School, New Heath School. Also accounts ledger 1899-1903

1899-1939

D716/

Alvaston and Boulton National School

minutes

1904-1937

D745/

Matlock: Woodlands School Prospectus, c. 1950; Gregory Funeral Card, 1897.

Printed.

1897, c. 1950

D770/

Derbyshire estate, family, business, school, parish and personal papers

Including: Derbyshire estates of Marquess of Ormonde: deeds and other papers; Soresby and Milnes family of Chesterfield: deeds; Harris family of Ashford: deeds; Mold family of Alderwasley: coal leases and legal papers; Heanor brewer's accounts; Evans family of Darley Abbey: correspondence; Jane Mosley of Brailsford :cookery and medicinal recipe book; ? Hartington churchwardens, accounts; Eckington School Board minutes and other papers; Holymoorside Board school attendance registers: Brimington Central Boys School log books and admission register; Brimington Methodist Infant school log book...

17th-20th cent

D785/

Shirebrook National School and successor schools

Includes National School portfolio and cash book; Shirebrook Boys Junior : admission registers1902-1915; Boys Senior : admission register 1903-1907; Model Village School, later Carter Lane Boys: admission registers 1907-1944

1889-1944

D789/

Cutthorpe and Barlow Schools

 

19th cent

D815/

Carr Vale Infant School, Bolsover

 

1904-1952

D829/

Scargill Schools Foundation, West Hallam

Records of the Scargill’s Schools Foundation, West Hallam, founded by the will of John Scargill, Rector of West Hallam, 1639-1662., inc charity schemes, title deeds, etc

[early 14th cent]-20th cent

D836/

New Mills and Hayfield Schools

Includes New Mills Group of Council Schools managers' minutes 1911-1945; New Mills Education Committee minutes, 1903-1921; New Mills Higher Education Committee minutes 1924-1950; Hayfield Council School managers' minutes 1903-1922; White Hall Centre: photographs, 1951

1881-1969

D837/

New Mills Grammar School

governors' minutes

1947-1965

D909/

Alderwasley Church of England (Mixed) School

Log books, 1886-1970, admission registers, 1890-1970 and managers' minutes, 1949-1970.

1886-1970

D923/

George Buxton of Heanor

School Exercise book

c1848

D950/

Beeley Church of England School

 

1874-1969

D963/

Chisworth Methodist School, Glossop

The records of Chisworth Methodist School.

1871-1970

D973/

Codnor Community Primary School (Church of England Controlled)

 

1862-1997

D1010

Woodville School

For other records of Woodville schools, see D4165, D3420 etc.

1914

D1102

Middleton (by Youlgreave) and Smerrill Parochial School

Includes log books, 1896-1972.

1896-1972

D1107

Dethick, Lea and Holloway School

 

1875-1876

D1116

Bakewell Highfield Girls Secondary School

Log books and photographs of Highfield Girls Secondary School, Bakewell

1949-1972

D1126

Draycott Council Schools

Photocopy of 1904 ground plan

[20th cent]

D1128

Tideswell Pursglove Council School

 

1936-1967

D1137

Cubley parish and Marston Montgomery parish: service, school and other papers

includes Cubley parish history, 1909, Cubley National School financial records 1878-1910 and school portfolio 1873-1930; Marston Montgomery Council School letter book and correspondence 1919-1921; Cubley overseers of the poor accounts 1868-1890

1868-1930

D1152

Moravian Settlement and School, Ockbrook

The Moravian Settlement at Ockbrook was the first to be established in England outside London. It began in the middle of the eighteenth century. The school, which was established in 1799, is now a girls' school.

1972

D1180

Shuttlewood Brockley County Primary School

 

1894-1989

D1211

Rockside Hydro, Matlock and Ernest Bailey Grammar School, Matlock

D1211/1-14, 27 Rockside Hydro, Matlock: plans, correspondence, inventories of furniture, etc.


D1211/15-21 Ernest Bailey Grammar School, Matlock, 1922-1927: deeds, articles of government, minutes of informal meeting considering establishment of a secondary school


D1211/22-26 Miscellaneous, 20th cent: Rules for New Sawley Barn Farm Land Society; Sale catalogues for properties in Bakewell, Wirksworth and Middleton by Wirksworth

c1900-1946

D1218

Bakewell Highfield County Secondary Girls' School and Glossop Grammar School

For other records re Bakewell Highfield County Secondary Girls School, see D473

1922-1972

D1223

Calow Primary School

 

1877-2009

D1259

Buxworth Council School

Correspondence re accommodation

1926-1927

D1260

Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Ashbourne

correspondence

1905-1949

D1279

Belper Pottery School

 

1878-1964

D1334

Nadin's Charity School, later Brandside School, Hartington Upper Quarter

 

1912-1973

D1338

Church Broughton School

letter from World War II evacuee

1941

D1343

Sterndale Moor Council School, Earl Sterndale

 

1938-1965

D1533

Hope Church of England School

Includes log book, 1863-1893, attendance registers, 1880-1904, and cash books, 1870-1904.

1863-1916

D1536

Nadin's Charity School, later Brandside School, Hartington Upper Quarter

Includes minute books, 1898, 1932-1973.

1888-1973

D1552

Berrester Infants' School, Blackwell

Log book, 1972-1975, and admission register, 1971-1975.

1971-1975

D1554

Buxworth [Bugsworth] Primary School

 

1884-1997

D1568

Belper National Schools

minutes

1847-1871

D1570

Killamarsh Central School, later Killamarsh Infant and Junior, and Secondary Schools

Managers' minutes, 1931-1971

1931-1971

D1594

Ockbrook and Borrowash National, later County Schools

 

1898-1961

D1597

Bolsover Group of Schools

Governors' meeting minutes, 1910-1975.

1910-1975

D1602

Kirkstead Girls' School, Pinxton

Pupil's school exercise books, 1879 and other papers. Also includes first magazine of Pinxton Wharf United Methodist Free Church, January 1888.

Late 19th cent

D1619

Somercotes Site for School

 

1868

D1623

Bakewell Church of England Girls and Infant Schools

 

1872-1967

D1635

Heanor Grammar School, formerly Heanor Technical College, Heanor Secondary Technical School and Heanor Secondary School

 

1893-1975

D1639

Combs County Primary School

This school opened in 1881. It was originally a Wesleyan school but became a Council school in 1903. In 1907, an agreement between the trustees of the Combs Wesleyan Chapel and the County Council allowed the use of the chapel as a public elementary school. In 1936, there was a reorganisation, by which the school catered for juniors and infants, with senior children going to Chapel-en-le-Frith.

These records were transferred to the Record Office in April 1976.

1903-1969

D1657

Bradley School

log books

1873-1942

D1682

Dronfield and Chesterfield School

magazines

1963-1970

D1683

John Port School, Etwall

School magazines

1968-1969

D1696

St Peter's National School, Belper

prospectus and subscriptions list

1910

D1707

Street Lane School, Denby

Includes log books, 1884-1951, and admission registers, 1884-1958.

1884-1958

D1714

Flagg Church of England, later Junior, School

log books 1874-1976; admission register 1900-1971 and other records

1874-[c1975]

D1742

Sandiacre Board School

photocopies of log books of 1878-1929

[20th cent]

D1755

Scargill Church of England Secondary School, West Hallam

The Secondary School opened in 1935, part of the Scargill Foundation (D829), and closed down following re-organisation of secondary schooling in the Ilkeston area in 1973.

1935-1973

D1767

School managers and teachers: guidance

 

1937

D1780

Hollington Public Elementary School

This collection contains personal/sensitive personal data. To protect the rights of individual data subjects in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 certain series of records may be subject to closure periods of up to 100 years

1873-1987

D1808

Chinley and Buxworth [Bugsowrth] Primary Schools

Records of the Managers/Governors of Chinley and Buxworth Primary Schools, originally Board Schools, later Council Schools. Chinley, Bugsworth and Brownside School Board was formed in 1883 to administer Bugsworth School which had opened in 1876 and was extended in 1894 and Chinley School which was rebuilt in 1886.

1884-1963

D1811/UL

Upper Heage Junior School

 

nd

D1824/UL

Cavendish Girls School

2 Samplers, Map of British Isles by Gerald Merchor, Map of "Mare Germanicum De Noors Zee" By L Ronred (N.Sea, B. Isles and parts of continent)

[19th-20th cent]

D1857/UL

Heanor Grammar School

 

1953

D1879

Frederick Gent School (and predecessors), South Normanton

South Normanton School Board managed boys and girls elementary schools on New Street and an infants school built in the mid-1890s. In 1903 Derbyshire County Council, as Local Education Authority, took over the schools. In 1950 a Senior Mixed School was established in what had been the Boys Junior School. From at least 1957 the Secondary Schools for boys and girls were known as Frederick Gent Secondary School.

1895-1997

D1901

Lady Manners School, Bakewell

 

1920-1971

D1933

Pentrich County Primary School

 

19th-20th cent

D1946

Pleasley Works British School

Messrs William Hollins & co, established a school at Pleasley Vale in the early 1860s to serve the children of their employees in their cotton, merino [wool], and silk spinning mills there. It was a British School, that is, supported by the British and Foreign Bible Society. The school passed into the control of Derbyshire County Council, as the Local Education Authority, in 1903. It closed on 29 November 1947 and children at the school transferred either to Pleasley Hill School or to Oxclose Lane Junior School, Mansfield Woodhouse, Notts.

These items were transferred to the Record...

1863-1947

D1968

Staveley Works Girls School

Includes log books, 1863-1914.

1863-1914

D1969

Brimington Schools

These log books of schools in Brimington were deposited in Derbyshire Record Office in July 1978. For other records of these schools. See DRO ref. D770.

1878-1962

D1977

Ecclesbourne School, Duffield

Ecclesbourne School, Duffield was established in Sep 1957 by the Derbyshire Education Committee under their Education Act (1944) Development Plan as a co-educational grammar school with 360 places to serve the parishes of Milford, Duffield, Quarndon, Allestree, Darley Abbey and adjacent villages. These records were deposited in Derbyshire Record Office in August 1978, March 1980 and February 1984.

1930-1978

D1994

Cromford Church of England Primary School

 

(c1978)

D2046

New Bolsover Primary School

 

1939-2008

D2073

Ilkeston Day Nursery

 

1942-1943

D2121

Richardson Endowed School, Smalley

 

1792-1994

D2168

Shirebrook Girls' Secondary School

pupil's exercise books, Eleanor Pearson's education at Shirebrook Girls Secondary School.

1929-1931

D2172

Dale Abbey Church of England School

scrapbook

1969

D2191

Eyam School Trustees

Deed and copy deeds, 18th cent, re administration of Eyam School, all stamped 'Received' by the Charity Commission, 1855. In 1745 Thomas Middleton of Eyam bequeathed lands in Eyam to finance a school market to teach 'five poor boys and five poor girls' to read and write. Another benefactor was Hon and Revd Edward Finch. In 1792 the school premises were purchased by Rev Charles Hargrave and others.

1739-1806

D2218

Long Eaton County School

Annual

1912

D2274

Whittington Brushes School

 

1895-1970

D2286

Bolsover Girls Secondary School

Bolsover Girls Secondary School opened in January 1939 and closed as an independent school in 1976. The site continued in use as part of Bolsover Comprehensive School after reorganisation in that year.

1939-1976

D2287

Dale Abbey Primary School

Records of Dale Abbey National School, later Dale Abbey Church of England Primary School deposited in Derbyshire Record Office in December 1980. Dale Abbey National School opened in November 1869. In addition to the records noted below, a centenary album produced by the school may be found at DRO D2172.

1869-1973

D2378

Chesterfield Grammar School

 

1623-1974

D2379

Great Longstone School

Copy books, 1873-1874.

1873-1874

D2414

Idridgehay School

Scrapbooks, c1966.

c1966

D2433

Carter Lane School, Shirebrook

School Exercise books early 20th cent

1922-1927

D2447

Crich Church of England Infants' School

Includes log book, 1931-1963; admission register, 1902-1950.

1900-1975

D2491

Duffield Girls and Infants Schools and Duffield Voluntary Schools

 

1867-1941

D2556

Weston-on-Trent National later Parochial Primary School

Include log books 1908-1991

1875-1996

D2576

Tansley National, later Public Elementary, School

 

[20th cent]

D2650

Ernest Bailey Grammar School, Matlock

School records including admissions 1958-1974, as well as staff records, photographs and other, 1924-1982. Also includes a school teacher's certificate dating from 1866 and the minute book of the Matlock Higher Education Committee, Jan 1916-Jul 1923

1866-1982

D2695

Hognaston Church of England (Controlled) Primary School

Records

1886-1983

D2712

Winster Church of England (Controlled) Primary School

Logbooks 1973-1997, governors's minutes 1977-1999, governors' papers 1990-1992

1866-1997

D2729

Chelmorton Infants School

Includes log books 1912-1983; admission registers 1890-1983 and other papers

1890-1983

D2743

Somercotes Infant School

 

1868-1994

D2745

Central Board School Infants Department, later Council School and Birk Hill Infants School, Eckington

Includes log books 1919-1964; admission registers 1875-2010

1875-2012

D2762

Dronfield Cross Lanes Board School, later Dronfield Junior School

 

1875-2000

D2778

Morton Primary School

School records including log books 1894-1974, admission registers 1874-1927, plan c1983, governors' minutes 1976-1988

1894-1988

D2779

Aston on Trent National School, later Council and Primary School

Includes log books 1862-1988; admission registers 1865-1945, other

1862-1988

D2799

Sandiacre Board School, Boys department, later Sandiacre Council School, Sandiacre Junior School and Cloudside Junior School

Log books 1878-1929 and related papers

1878-1929

D2806

Dinting Methodist New Connexion School

School records including log books 1888-1984, admission registers 1888-1984, punishment book 1925-1947, other papers 1890-1937

1888-1984

D2811

Fitzherbert Church of England Primary (Aided) School, Fenny Bentley

 

1878-1972

D2844

Swanwick Hall School and other papers

 

[20th cent]

D2867

Clay Cross Board School later Council Infants and Junior Schools; Park House Boys Board School, Pilsley: Clay Cross Primary School

Includes Park House log books 1889-1953; Park House Evening School log book 1893-1920; Clay Cross Board Schools log books 1892-1953

1889-1953

D2884

Whaley Thorns and Langwith Bassett Schools

Includes log books for Boys, Girls and Infants departments, Juinor, Mixed Secondary and Evening Continuation Schools; admission registers for Boys, Girls and Infants Department and Mixed Secondary School

1868-1987

D2889

Newbold Church School, Chesterfield

Includes log books 1863-1961

1863-1985

D2892

Matlock Infant School, School Road, Matlock

 

1896-1951

D2894

Cressbrook County Primary School and Litton Mill County School

 

1903-1979

D2898

Yeaveley National School, later Church of England Primary School

includes log books 1882-1985, admission register 1890-1985

1882-1985

D2924

Whitwell School

 

1914

D2944

Apperknowle Board School, later Primary School

 

1874-1981

D2954

Belper Long Row First School

Inc log books 1881-1981, admissions 1906-1981

19th-20th cent

D2975

Bakewell Methodist Junior School

Includes managers minutes 1903-1950; log books 1891-1970

1891-1970

D2982

Bakewell Church of England Secondary Boys' School, and predecessors

includes governors' minutes 1903-1972; admission registers 1872-1972 ; log books 1874-1939, and other papers

1872-1972

D2992

Harpur Hill Primary School

Log books, 1876-1923, admission register, 1938-1969, and governors' minutes, 1975-1992.

1876-1992

D2997

Peter Webster School

School records including admission registers 1899-1966, work schemes for various subjects, photographs, typescript history of the school

1899-1967

D3002

Belper Fleet First School and related schools

 

19th-20th cent

D3065

Peak Dale School; and Wormhill Parochial School

Includes Peak Dale School log books 1895-1968, admission register 1886-1958; Infants' Dept log books 1895-1941, admission register 1895-1951; evening contnuation school log book 1898-1934; Wormhill Parochial School admission register 1942-1966

1895-1968

D3067

Belper papers: collected ephemera relating to the Belper area, in particular Herbert Strutt School, St Peter's Church, St Mark's Church, Openwoodgate

includes prospectuses for Herbert Strutt School, 1902-1935, school magazines, Founder's Day programmes, rules of Old Scholars' Association, early 20th cent; with embroidered cards from serving soldier in France, temp World War I, national advisory leaflets and booklets temp World War II, jubilee booklet of St Mark's church, Openwoodgate, 1891-1941

early 20th cent.

D3069

Derby Derwent Secondary School and predecessors

log books; admission registers

1932-1985

D3071

Pilsley: headborough's accounts, 1775; aid application re Handley School, early 20th cent

 

1775; early 20th cent

D3073

Foster family of Derby

Business and other papers, including:

Bakery business papers 1866-1928;

Elvaston estate timber return, 1815-1817;

School magazines and other papers relating to Irvine House School, Wilson Street, Derby 1908-1910;

Printed booklets re Derby including Derby Royal Show guide, 1906, souvenir booklet re Derby floods, 1932

1937 Coronation commemoration booklet;

Fundraising poem for Sherwood Foresters' Prisoners of War Fund, temp World War I

1815-1937

D3077

Newton Solney Primary School

A log book from the 1920s survives at the school, but no material from the earlier period of the school, which was built around 1860. These records were transferred to the Record Office in April 1987.

1903-1967

D3096

Governors of Ashbrook Infant and Junior Schools, Borrowash and Redhill Primary School, Ockbrook

governors' meeting minutes 1961-1970

1961-1970

D3106

Whaley Bridge Fernilee Infants' School

log books 1908-1987; admission register 1908-1987 and other papers

1908-1987

D3127

Newhall Central Board School; Boys, Girls and Council Schools, later William Allitt School

Includes log books 1891-1987

1891-1987

D3142

Langley Infants and Nursery School, Heanor

Records of Langley Girls and Infants Schools, 1872-2000

 

D3152

Duffield School

Plan of the school's property in Turnditch

1707

D3169

Birchover Church of England Infants School

Includes log books 1884-1987

1884-1987

D3171

Alderwasley Church of England (Mixed) School

 

1898-1936

D3197

Hallfield Gate Endowed School, later Edward Revell Endowed (Controlled) Primary School, Shirland

 

1856-1962

D3201

New Mills Group of County Schools

Minutes and papers relating to the administration of schools including New Mills Primary School, Spring Bank Secondary School, Hague Bar Primary School, Thornsett Primary School and New Town Primary School

1945-1980s

D3231

Ashford on the Water Church of England School

Including log books 1895-1988, admission registers 1904-1988

1895-2002

D3256/UL

Derbyshire County Council: School Library Service

School Library Service files 1950s-1970s

1950s-1970s

D3270

Chaucer Infant School, Ilkeston

 

1924-1939

D3306

Weston upon Trent Primary School

head teachers' diaries

1970-1988

D3309

Herbert Strutt School, Belper

School magazines and programmes for school events

1959-1971

D3329

Hastings Street Council School, later Derby Central School for Boys, later Henry Cavendish School, Chaddesden and then High View School Chaddesden

Records of Henry Cavendish School, Chaddesen and its predecessors in Derby. Includes log book 1910-1944, admission registers 1910-1989 and other papers

1910-1989

D3333

Alvaston and Boulton National School, later Allenton County Infant School, later Allen Park Infant School

Include log books 1911-1978; admission registers 1926-1967 and other records

1911-1996

D3336

Hartington Church of England Primary School

Includes log books 1866-1912, 1942-1978

1866-1978

D3337

Derby Higher Elementary School, Abbey Street, later Derby Municipal Secondary School, later Bemrose Community School, Uttoxeter Road

Include log books 1947-1983; admission registers 1902-1987; World War II Book of Remembrance and other records: Firs Estate Boys School punishment book 1901-1932

1902-1987

D3338

New Sawley British Infants School, later Lakeside Primary School, Long Eaton

Log books 1902-2007; admission registers 1924-1974; photograph, 1974; Parent Staff Association 1996-2007; other 1975-2007

1902-2007

D3342

Langley Mill Church of England (Controlled) Infant School

Includes log books, 1897-1990, and admission register, 1927-1965.

1897-1990

D3345

Creswell National, later Church of England, School

Include log books 1899-1969; admission registers 1904-1917, 1954-1972

1877-1988

D3350

Joyce Mercer of Allenton

Papers as school student, trainee and qualified teacher

1937-1968

D3354

Brimington Common School, later Brimington Manor Infants School

Includes log books, 1878-1970; admission registers, 1944-1947.

1878-1970

D3355

Cutthorpe Board School, later County Primary School

Includes log books 1880-1980; admission register 1884-1977

1880-1980

D3358

Shipley and Cotmanhay School

 

[late 19th-early 20th cent]

D3380

New Mills County Secondary School

NeMeSiS: copies of printed school magazine of New Mills County Secondary School

1924-1930

D3382

Ernest Bailey Grammar School, Matlock

Building photographs, 1960s; financial records 1960-1982

1960-1982

D3391

Temperence Gell School/Carsington and Hopton School

minutes & papers

c1879-1949

D3392

Hadfield Nursery School

Records 1937-1988

1937-1988

D3396

Western Mere School, Breaston

Records 1957-1989. Western Mere School opened in 1957 as an 11-16 age co-educational non-selective secondary school, becoming a fully comprehensive school by the 1970s. The school closed in July 1988 although the building remained in use until July 1989 as an annexe to Spondon School, renamed West Park Community School in the reorganisation. These records were deposited in Derbyshire Record Office in July 1990.

1957-1989

D3397

Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Ashbourne

Foundation charter

1585

D3398

Gladys Buxton School, Dronfield

Records 1960-1990

1960-1990

D3402

Hatton School and Hatton Centre and Foston and Scropton School

Records 1879-1990

1879-1990

D3405

Gosforth School, Dronfield

 

1955-1990

D3407

Noel Baker Community School, Alvaston

 

1960-1983

D3413

Moorfield County Secondary School, Bolsover; Heage Secondary School

Moorfield County Secondary School opening, 1955; Heage Secondary School History, 1973

1955; 1973

D3414

Wirksworth National School, later Wirksworth Church of England Junior School

Records of Wirksworth Junior School and its predecessors; Wirksworth National Schools (established 1851) and Wirksworth Church of England Junior School. These records were transferred to Derbyshire Record Office in October 1990.

1850-1973

D3417

Langley Mill Infants School

Records of the governors (until November 1979 managers) of the Langley Mill Infants Church of England (Controlled) School at Sedgwick Street, Langley Mill.

1935-1986

D3424

Yeardsley cum Whaley County School, later Furness Vale County Primary School

Records of Furness Vale County Primary School from 1903.

1903-1981

D3425

Chapel-en-le-Frith National School, later Church of England Infants School

Log books 1890-1984, committee minutes 1893-1902, managers' minutes 1903-1927, admission registers 1930-1980, punishment book 1973-1976

1890-1984

D3426

Matlock Bath Holy Trinity School

Cassette tapes entitled 'Hot Stuff' by Matlock Bath Holy Trinity School, with lyric sheets, 1987. The tapes were given to the Record Office in 1990.

1987

D3429

Swadlincote National School

Copy of summary log book 1862-1899

1990

D3434

St Oswald's Infant School, Ashbourne

Includes log book, 1889-1908.

1889-1913

D3435

Middleton by Wirksworth Primary School

Log books 1875-1998, headteachers' diaries 1986-1998, admission registers 1868-1969, managers' minutes 1903-1939, governors' minutes 1987-1996, other records 19th-20th cent

1868-1998

D3437

Clowne School

Records 1888-1989

1888-1989

D3438

Shirebrook Model Village Infant School

Log book, 1907-1945, and admission registers, 1946-1985.

1907-1985

D3439

Temple Normanton Primary School

 

 

D3452

Heath School

Records 1963-1991

1963-1991

D3460

Allenton and Shelton (Lock) Schools, later Merrill Community School

Include Allenton School log books 1935-1977; Shelton School log books 1940-1977; Derby Rosehill Secondary Modern School: admission registers 1958-1969

1935-1978

D3465

Lady Manners School, Bakewell

Include admission registers 1901-1926, attendance registers 1907-1960

c1894-c1982

D3466

Newbold Green School, Chesterfield

 

1950s - 1991

D3467

Grindleford Primary School

 

1876-1990

D3468/UL

Shirebrook School

Box 1:

Governors minutes 1975-1982; Admission registers 1955-1976; Photograph Album 1930s


Box 2:

Punishment Book 1956-1967; Exam Results c1926-1987 - not complete, but including 1926-1927 for Pupil-Teacher Centre


Box 3:

Record Cards - boys, birthdates: 1920s-1940s


Box 4:

Record Cards - boys, birthdates: 1920s-1940s


Box 5:

Record Cards - boys (Secondary Modern/Carter Lane), birthdates: 1930s-1940s


Box 6:

Record Cards - boys (Secondary Modern/Carter Lane), birthdates: 1940s-1950s


Box 7:

Record Cards - mixed boys and girls, birthdates: 1940s


Box 8:

Record Cards - girls (Central School...

1950s-1980s

D3482

All Saints Church of England Infants' School, Matlock

Includes log books 1899-1991, admission register 1964-1982; managers' minutes 1974-1986, and other papers

1899-1991

D3498

Bonsall National School, later Bonsall Primary School; and Bonsall Endowed School for Boys

Includes Bonsall National/Primary School: log books 1897-1984; admission register 1936-1985; Bonsall Endowed Boys School log book 1911-1938

1897-1984

D3499

Firs Estate, later Abbey Street, then Rykneld, School, Derby

Records of Rykneld School and its predecessors 1938-1977. As the register marked Firs Estate is also stamped Abbey Street School, it seems that the Senior Boys moved from Firs Estate (now a primary school) to Abbey Street in the late 1930's or 1940's. Abbey Street Secondary Modern School closed in 1952 when its pupils transferred to the newly-built Rykneld Secondary Modern School. In 1977 Rykneld was amalgamated with Bemrose School, with the Lower School using the Rykneld building until it moved to new premises on the same site as the Upper School in 1990. At that date the building...

1938-1977

D3500

Ashbourne Road Council Schools, later Ashgate Junior Schools, Derby

Include admission registers for various schools 1903-1999; requests for Railway Servants' Orphanage to place children 1916-1917

1903-1999

D3501

Shelton Infant School, formerly Alvaston and Boulton Shelton County Infant School

 

1950-1994

D3502

Alvaston and Boulton Board School, later Alvaston and Boulton Board Brighton Road School, later Brighton Road County School Infants Dept, later Southgate Infants School

includes log books 1893-1982, admission registers 1891-1968

1893-1982

D3505

Darwin School, Breadsall Hilltop

Include admission registers 1979-1989,plans 1956-1974; Open Day and other school event programmes 1962-1988 newscuttings 1970-1971

1957-1989

D3507

Tapton House School, Chesterfield

Includes log book, 1931-1953, admission registers, 1931-1981, governors' minutes, 1975-1991, private account books, 1980-1990, and letters written by George Stephenson (1843) and Robert Stephenson (1847) to Joseph Paxton.

1843-1992

D3512

Chapel-en-le Frith High School (formerly National, then Church of England Schools)

Records of Chapel-en-le-Frith National, later Church of England Schools, and of Chapel County Secondary Modern School.


Log Books 1935-1960; Admission Registers 1875-1947; County Secondary School Governors Minutes 1991-2001; School Portfolios and Course Information 1915-1988; Photographs 1960s

1875-2001

D3514

Blessed Philip Howard High School, later St Philip Howard Catholic School, Glossop

Souvenir booklet commemorating opening of school

1962

D3516

Starkholmes Church of England (Controlled) School

 

1946-1991

D3517

Risley Lower Grammar Church of England Primary School

 

1963-1981

D3524

Stanfree School, Bolsover

copy photographs of staff and children, c1908

[20th cent]

D3527

William Rhodes Secondary School for Boys, Chesterfield

Include log books 1931-1991; admission registers 1931-1987

1840-1991

D3528

Cantelupe School and predecessors (Hallcroft Boys and Girls Schools, Gladstone Street Boys and Girls Schools, Cavendish Boys and Girls Schools), Ilkeston

Include log books, admission registers and other papers

1910-1991

D3542

St Helena School, Chesterfield

Records 1878-1991

1878-1991

D3544

Chesterfield: Central School, later Harry Cropper school; Old Road senior, later Modern School; Manor School

Include log book 1951-1988; Central admission register 1951-1965

c1927-1981

D3545

Violet Markham School, Chesterfield

 

1928-1991

D3550

Sawley Infant and Nursery School

 

 

D3552

Camms Endowed CE Primary School, Eckington

 

1872-1991

D3553

Darley Abbey Boys, Girls and Infants School, later Walter Evans Primary School

Records from Walter Evans Church of England Aided Primary School at Darley Abbey, inc from predecessor schools. Collection includes log books 1877-1954; admission registers 1870-1975; Sunday School registers 1868-1903; Walter Evans Charity trustees' minutes 1862-1949

1862-1975

D3564

National School, later Junior Mixed and Infant, later Redhill Primary School, Ockbrook

Records of Ockbrook Junior Mixed and Infant School and its predecessors 1872-1957.

1872-1991

D3572

William and John Parker of Wingerworth, schoolmasters

Wingerworth Papers

1793-1951

D3573

Staveley Junior School, and predecessors

Staveley Junior School and Predecessors: records 1927-1970;

Also including records for National Association of Headteachers, Staveley and District 1944-1962

1927-1970

D3574

Wingerworth Council School, later Deer Park Primary School: Records 1895-1982

Deer Park Primary School, Wingerworth, opened on its present site in 1960. Previously, the school had been Wingerworth Council later County, School in older buildings near the Church. The records were transferred in January 1992. Wingerworth Council School, Later Deer Park Primary.

1895-1982

D3575

Melbourne Junior School, and predecessors

The boys and girls National Schools were built in Penn Lane in 1821. In 1933-34 they became separate junior schools but amalgamated in 1942 as Melbourne Junior Mixed School. New premises were built in 1969. The records were deposited in January 1992 and October 1998.

1851-1993

D3577

Clay Cross Group of Secondary and Primary Schools

 

1948-1975

D3583

Brockwell Junior School, Loundsley Green, Chesterfield

Log book, 1965-1986.

1965-1986

D3584

Derwent Community School

 

1985-1991

D3587

Elton Church of England Primary School

 

 

D3590

Chelmorton School Endowment Trust

charity schemes and other papers

1827-1991

D3591

Church Broughton Church of England School

Includes log books 1873-1990, admission registers 1866-1989, managers' minutes 1903-1976.

1866-2012

D3592

Sutton on the Hill Parochial School

Records inc log book 1891-1920, and admission register 1913-1972

1891-1972

D3602

Brampton Junior School

 

1893-1992

D3609

Inkersall Green Special School, Chesterfield

Includes log books 1976-1990 and admission register 1976-1991.

1976-1991

D3612

Windermere Infants' School, Dunston, Chesterfield

includes log book 1954-1982; managers minutes 1957-1982.

1954-1982

D3613

Shirebrook Model Village School

 

1911-1972

D3614

Mastin Moor Infants School

Admission register 1963-1971

1963-1971

D3615

Websters Endowed School, later Whittington Moor Infants School, Whittington

includes log books 1876-1984; admission registers 1888-1984.

1876-1984

D3616

Stanfree Council Infants School, later Stanfree School, Bolsover

Includes log books 1905-1984; admission registers 1905-1984; managers' minutes 1949-1982

1905-1984

D3617

Shirebrook Board School, later Shirebrook Junior Mixed, later Carter Lane School

Includes log books 1902-1984; admission registers 1924-1967.

1902-1984

D3618

Coal Aston Primary School

Log books, 1913-1981, admission registers, 1902-1981, and managers minutes, 1903-1928, (1975-1981).

1902-1981

D3619

Staveley Church of England Junior and Infant School

Includes log book 1927-1971.

1927-1971

D3626

Scarcliffe and Upper Langwith National School, later Scarcliffe and Upper Langwith Church of England Primary School

The school was founded as a National School in 1868, built by subscription, and supported by voluntary contributors. By 1895, it catered for 200 children (mixed and infants). It was known as Scarcliffe and Upper Langwith National School until 1907 when it became Scarcliffe and Upper Langwith Church of England School. The school assumed controlled status in 1942.

 

D3627

Brimington Central Boys School, later Senior Boys and County Secondary Boys; Brimington Central Junior Girls School; Hollingwood Senior Girls, later County Secondary Girls; Westwood Comprehensive School; Bolsover Colliery School

includes log books 1912-1991; admission registers 1900-1991; Bolsover Colliery School admission register 1931-38 and other records

1879-1981

D3640

Hope parish/township and school records

Include poor rate book 1845-1848; surveyors of highways accounts 1876-1883: Hope Church of England School attendance registers 1890-1901. Added to the catalogue as part of the FindersKeepers with the help of volunteers Hugh Potter and Iain Hambling

1763-1902

D3642

Palterton Council, later Primary, School

Log book 1910-1968; admission register 1910-1958

1910-1968

D3646/UL

John Flamstead School, Denby

Denby John Flamstead School - pupil record files 1986-1988

1986-1988

D3655

Blackwell Mixed Infants School

 

1876-1976

D3660

St Edmund's Church of England School, Allestree

 

1863-1985

D3661

Chesterfield Grammar School

 

1846-1991

D3662

John Turner Secondary School, Darley Dale

Governors' minutes, 1952-1970; plans and correspondence 1958-1962

1952-1970

D3674

Murray Park Community School, Mickleover, previously Mickleover School and Parkfields School

Admission registers for Mickleover School 1985-1987 and Parkfields School 1975-1985.

1975-1987

D3675

Fairfield Primary School

 

1969-1983

D3677

Mary Howitt Infants School, Heanor

 

1975-1982

D3678

Melbourne Infant School

The school was built on its first site in 1884. It moved to its present site in Packhorse Road in 1952. The records were deposited in December 1992 and October 1998.

1884-1991

D3679

Gerard Street Board School, later Becket Primary School, Derby

includes log books 1873-1962

1873-1962

D3680

St James Infant School, Derby

Attendance registers 1982-1989

1982-1989

D3681

Fairfield Endowed Infant School, Buxton

admission register

1975-1983

D3686

Whitfield Primary School, later St James' Church of England Primary School

Log books 1862-1997, Admission register 1973-1986, Inspection Reports 1952-1961

1862-1997

D3687

St Johns Church of England School, Ripley

 

1872-1992

D3688

Corfield (Controlled) Infant School, Heanor

Includes log books 1902-1985; admission registers 1902-1928

1902-1992

D3689

Mundy Street Church of England Junior School, Heanor

includes log books 1891-1992; admission registers 1906-1979; history of school 1891-1944

1888-1992

D3690

Heanor District School

 

1884-1898

D3692

Wilsthorpe Secondary School, Long Eaton

Log books

1954-1992

D3693

Ashbrook Junior School

 

[20th cent]

D3695

South Wingfield Primary School

 

1876-1985

D3696

Redwoods Infants School, Sinfin, Derby

Includes log book 1976-1991; and other records

1976-1997

D3697

Nightingale Road Infants School, Derby

Nightingale Road Junior Mixed School opened in 1920 for children aged 4 to 11. In 1927 additional building meant that boys aged over 7½ and girls aged over 8½ transferred to a separate Junior School. The Infants School remained in the original block. The records were deposited by the Headteacher in January 1993.

1920-1989

D3710

Kirk Langley Primary School

This school is said to have originated in the 18th century. According to Bagshaw's Directory of 1846, the Rector built a large schoolroom to be used as a day and Sunday School in 1845. The school was a mixed junior and infants school. It became a National, later Church of England, School. These records were transferred to the Record Office in February and September 1993.

1877-1989

D3715

Shardlow Primary School

Minutes, annual reports to parents, newsletters, administration

1909-2006

D3720

St Mary's Roman Catholic Secondary School, Chesterfield

Pupil Record Cards covering children born 1952-1971

1960s-1980s

D3730

Woodville Infant School

Records of this school, until c1904 Woodville Wesleyan (Methodist) Infants School, and from c1905 Woodville Council Infants School, were transferred to the Record Office in May 1993.

1904-1990

D3769/UL

Sandiacre Friesland School

Sandiacre Friesland School pupil record cards (sample only) mid 1980s

mid 1980's

D3776

Shardlow Primary School

Infants Department admission register

1893-1918

D3788

Mackworth Secondary School

School Chronicle

1957-1970

D3789

Hasland Hall Community School, and predecessors

 

1932-1991

D3791

Alfreton Mill Close Junior School, later Alfreton Leys Junior School

Includes log book of Mill Close Junior School, 1971-1972; log book of Alfreton Leys Junior School 1973-1991

1971-1991

D3819

Ernest Bailey Grammar School, Matlock

School magazines, 1924-1982; photo of school rugby team, 1926; Speech Day programme, 1939; prospectus, c1930s; description of girls' uniform c1930s

1924-1981

D3820

Tissington Church of England School

Admission register 1904-1970, log books 1908-1970

1904-1970

D3821

Beaufort Infant School, Hampshire Road, Derby

Log books, 1952-1988; admission registers 1952-1973, and other papers

1952-1988

D3822

Breadsall Church of England Primary School

Admission registers 1906-2001, applications register 1990-2006, log books 1922-2001, Minutes of Managers/Governors 1913-1989

1906-1951

D3824

All Saints School, Derby

When the school closed in 1938, some of these records were held by Derby and South Derbyshire Area Education Office and transferred to Derbyshire Record Office in July 1988 as part of accession number D1458. The records were re-accessioned in October 1983, and additional material was transferred in March 1994.

1862-1938

D3825

St Andrew's Girls' School, Litchurch, Derby

 

 

D3826

St Anne's School, Derby

Includes log books 1872-1940, admission registers 1873-1940

1872-1940

D3827

Castle Primary School, formerly St Peter's National School/Traffic Street Primary School, Derby

Includes Girls' School admission registers 1916-1933; Infants School admission registers 1922-1974; Boys School admission registers 1917-1938; Junior Mixed School admission registers 1938-1979

1910-2003

D3828

St Chad's School, Derby

 

1879-1969

D3829

Christ Church Schools, Derby

 

 

D3830

Derwent Junior School, formerly Nottingham Road School, Derby

Admission registers 1908-1985; governors' minutes 1973-1985

1908-1945

D3831

St Dunstan's (Mixed) School, Derby

 

1901-1960

D3832

Hastings St. Higher Grade Girls' School later successively St James Road Senior Girls' School, Hasting St. Senior Girls School and and Hardwick Secondary Modern Girls' School, Derby

Admission registers 1910-1961

1910-1961

D3833

Humbleton School, Derby

Junior School admission registers, 1957-1972; Infant School admission registers, 1957-1972.

1957-1972

D3834

Crich British School, later Crich Council School and Crich Primary School

Includes log books 1883-1992; admission registers 1883-1939

1883-1971

D3835

St James Girls' School, Derby

When the school closed, this volume was transferred to Derbyshire Record Office via the Derby and South Derbyshire Area Education Office. It was originally part of D1458 but re-accessioned as D3835 in October 1993.

1932-1939

D3836

St John's Mixed School and Infants School, Derby

Mixed School log books 1891-1961, admission registers 1891-1953; Infants School log book 1891-1953, admission registers 1918-1947, under school age admission register 1946-1948

1891-1961

D3837

Kedleston Road Senior Boys' School, later Sturgess School, Derby

Log books, 1910-1975, admission registers 1910-1975 ( with gaps), school portfolio 1910-1939

1910-1975

D3838

Kingsmead School, Derby

Infant admission register, 1969-1984.

1969-1984

D3839

Derby British Schools and Lancaster Secondary Modern School, Orchard Street

 

1871-1959

D3840

St Luke's School, Derby

Includes Girls' School log books 1868-1959, admission registers 1868-1947; Boys' School log books 1875-1942, admission registers 1906-1942; Infants' School log books 1870-1936, admission registers 1924-1956; under school age admission register 1944-1959

1868-1994

D3841

St Peters School, Derby

 

1829-1993

D3842

Reginald Street School for the Partially Sighted, Derby

Log book 1939-1966; admission register 1939-1964

1939-1966

D3844

St Thomas School, Derby

 

1882-1932

D3845

Trinity Infant, formerly Council, School, Derby

Admission registers

1920-1935

D3846

Joseph Wright Secondary School of Art, Derby

 

1944-1969

D3847

Nun Street School, Derby

 

 

D3848

Quarn Park Primary School, Allestree

|Log books 1969-1985

1969-1985

D3849

Foston Hall School, for Railway Servants' Orphanage, Derby

Admission register, 1940-1946

1940-1946

D3850

Smisby National School

Includes log books, 1876-1982; admission registers 1885-1982; governors' minutes 1975-1982.

1876-1982

D3851

Ticknall Church of England School

 

1931-1987

D3855

Marsh Lane School, Eckington

Includes log books, 1874-1978, admission registes 1874-1954; evening continuation school log book 1893-1905; photographs and account by Maureen Gray of 'Schooldays in Marsh Lane Village 1874-1989'

1874-1989

D3856

Ridgeway Primary School

Log book 1931-1974, minutes 1975-1997 and 2008-2012, reports 1976-1996, correspondence 1962 (unlisted)

1918-2012

D3857

Derby Sanatorium School

This item is presumed to be the admission register from a Sanatorium School as this is mentioned on the inside cover.

1918-1938

D3859

Dean St Board School, later Firs Estate Girls' School and Abbey Girls' School, Normanton by Derby

 

1886-1969

D3861

Reginald Street School, Derby

 

1913-1977

D3863

Great Longstone Primary School

The school was built by subscription in 1862, as a National School. It was enlarged in 1876, and a modern extension built in 1971. The infant school opened in 1878. There are no records relating to the school and education in Great Longstone in collections D2373 and D307. The records were transferred in November 1993.

1877-1987

D3864

Padfield Primary School

The school was erected as a day school in 1887 by Messrs Rhodes, cotton manufacturers and owners of Hadfield Mill, for the education of the children of their employees. The records were transferred to the Record Office in November 1993.

1887-1987

D3869

Pilsley Primary School, (Pilsley, near Chesterfield)

includes managers minutes 1949-1986; admission register 1947-1970

1947-1986

D3885

Matlock Bank British School, later Matlock Council School

Records of Matlock Council School, originally Matlock Bank British School, which became a senior school in April 1952 taking senior pupils from Matlock Town Church of England and Matlock Bank Junior Schools. The school closed in 1956 on the reorganisation of secondary schools in Matlock. These records were deposited in June 1991.

1888-1956

D3886

Charles White Secondary School, Matlock

Includes log books 1956-1982, admission registers 1956-1982, governors' meeting minutes 1966-1982, prospectus 1979

1956-1982

D3887

John Turner Secondary School, Darley Dale

admission registers

1952-1983

D3895

Portway Infant School, Allestree

Portway Infant School at Allestree opened in September 1958 as a new school for the Infant Department of Allestree County Primary School. These records were transferred to the Record Office in January 1994.

1958-1993

D3898

Cloudside Junior School, Sandiacre

 

1878 - 1989

D3931

Stoney Middleton National School later Church of England (Controlled) School

Includes managers' minutes 1905-1976

1905-1976

D3935

St Paul's School, Derby

log books

1917-1967

D3963

Heath County Girls School

 

1932-1978

D3970

Matlock Bath Holy Trinity School

Log books 1863-2000, admission registers 1928-1970, punishment register 1953-1968, managers'/governors' minutes 1903-1989, building plan 1909, other records inc prospectuses etc., late 20th-21st cent

Unlisted records: Admission register 1970-2014

1863-2006

D3978

Kirkstead Infants School, later Church Street Infants, later John King Infants School, Pinxton

The infant school was one of the Kirkstead Board Schools and was known as Kirkstead Infants School. It later became known as Church Street County Infants School, before taking the name of John King, a local engineer responsible for improving the safety mechanisms of pit shaft lifts. The records were transferred to the Record Office in June 1994 and September 2000.

1908-1996

D3979

Doe Lea, later Bramley Vale, Primary School

Includes Log books 1885-1992; admission registers 1932-1983

1885-1992

D3981

Wright St. Nursery School, later Central Nursery School, Derby

Includes log books 1921-1954; admission registers 1932-1986

1921-1986

D3982

Rosliston Parochial, later Church of England Primary, School

Includes log books 1876-1988; admission registers 1876-1977; Rosliston and Caldwell Village Hall committee minutes, 1963-1971

1876-1988

D3985

Charlesworth School and predecessors

 

1889-1993

D3988

Ripley Infant School

Log book 1960-1979, admission registers 1960-1982

1960-1982

D3994

Boulton Junior School, Alvaston

Records of Boulton Junior School opened in 1932 and originally known as Boulton Junior Mixed School. These records were transferred to the Record Office in July 1994.

1932-1989

D3995

Matlock Town Church of England Primary School

Including admission registers and Parent Teacher Association records

1955-1991

D3997

Springhill Special School, Duffield

 

1963-1994

D4003

Holmesfield Primary School, later Pennyacres Primary School

Holmesfield School Board built a new school in 1894. Previously children were taught in the old school built by the Duke of Rutland in 1831 as a Sunday School. Early donations for educational purposes led to the purchase of land in Dronfield known as Penny Acres whose rent was taken over by the Local Education Authority in 1903.

1885-1976

D4005

Hodthorpe Primary School

Includes log books 1905-1981, admission register 1905-1919

1905-1981

D4044

Hadfield Wesleyan School

Admission registers

1884-1920

D4045

Dinting Methodist School

Managers' minutes 1966-1978, governors' minutes 1979-1984, other 20th cent

1961-1984

D4092

New Whittington Endowed School, later Council and Primary School

 

1876-1957

D4104

Sawley Road Board Schools later Senior, Junior and Infant Schools, later Tamworth Road Schools, later Brooklands Schools, Long Eaton

 

1990-1992

D4109

Whaley Bridge and Fernilee Schools

managers' minutes

1942-1974

D4165

Woodville National, later Junior, School; Wesleyan Day School; Woodville Secondary School

Includes National/Junior log books 1925-1983; admission registers 1915-1949; Wesleyan Day School log books 1870-1991; Senior School log book 1944-1965; admission registers 1933-1951

1870-1991

D4199

Grassmoor Primary School

Schools

1862-1978

D4207

Cromford Free School, later Primary School

Includes log books 1872-1967; admission registers 1866-1964

1866-1989

D4343

St Michaels Roman Catholic School, Hathersage

 

1860-1984

D4357

Codnor United Free Methodist School, later Council Infants School, later Codnor Secondary School

The school occupied the building on the Mill Lane and Whitegates site since reorganisation in 1931 when the Junior and Infant schools were moved to the former National school (see D973). Prior to 1931, the Council Infants school, formerly the United Free Methodist school opened in 1873, was in Mill Lane. The Council Mixed School was built in 1912 and known as Whitegates. Codnor Junior School moved into the old Secondary School premises in 1966. Codnor Secondary School closed in July 1964. These records were transferred in March 1972 and were originally listed as part of D1040. For...

1873-1964

D4358

Cotmanhay Wesley Street Infants Board School, later Cotmanhay Road Board School, later Bennerley Infants School

Records of Bennerley Infants School, Ilkeston, which opened in 1881 as the Wesley Street Infants Board School, Cotmanhay, and was renamed the Cotmanhay Road Board School in 1892. It later became known as Bennerley Infants School and closed in 1959 when the buildings were taken over by the Bennerley Secondary School. These records were transferred to the Record Office in March 1972 and were originally listed as part of D1040. For School Board Minutes and Council School minutes up to 1948, see D1631 C/E 2/1/1-4, D1040 C/E 12/1-2 and E29/1. For later minutes see, D1631 C/E 3/16/1.

1881-1959

D4359

Kirk Hallam National School, later Church of England School

 

1874-1965

D4360

Long Eaton Secondary School

 

1908-1935

D4367

Heage Central Council School, later County Secondary School

Heage school was first endowed as an all age school in 1705. Renamed Heage Central Council School in 1903, it was enlarged in 1908. The Senior Department became a Secondary Modern School, then a County Secondary School. The school closed in 1973.

1908-1973

D4368

Stanton by Dale Church of England Primary School

 

1888-1976

D4369

Hartshay Board School, later County Primary School

Includes log books 1884-1978

1884-1978

D4370

Smalley Common Council School, later Stanley Common, Crown Hills Junior Mixed and Infants School

Includes log books 1905-1981

1905-1981

D4371

Ilkeston Gladstone St. Board School, later Gladstone Infants School

Includes admission registers 1927-1983

1927-1983

D4372

South Normanton Board School, later Council School, later Senior Girls' and Senior Boys' Schools

 

1878-1948

D4373

Shottle Endowed School

Records of Shottle Endowed School

1877-1956

D4374

Alfreton Temporary Junior Girls Council School, later Copthorne County Infants School

Includes log books 1921-1959

1921-1959

D4376

Mackworth Church of England School

Records of Mackworth Church of England School which was built in 1868. The school was a mixed school and at its closure in September 1961 was for the 5-11 age range. These records were deposited in the Record Office as part of D1389.

1908-1961

D4377

Kirkstead Board School, later Council School, later Adelaide Coke Secondary School, Pinxton

 

1876-1966

D4378

Swanwick Church of England (Mixed, then Boys) School

Log books

1864-1967

D4379

Ironville (Golden Valley) Infants School

Records of Ironville (Golden Valley) Infants School. The Ironville Schools were built around 1850 by the Butterley Company, but the infants department was originally held in the nave of the church. The school was closed in July 1973. The records were transferred to the Record Office in April 1974 as part of D1389. For managers minutes, 1941-1963, see D1631.

1893-1973

D4380

Belper Board School, later Council School, later High Street Infants School

Records of High Street Infants School, Belper which opened in August 1878 as a Board School. It became a Council school in 1903 and later a County Infants School. The school closed in July 1973. These records were transferred to the Record Office in April 1974 as part of D1389.

1878-1973

D4381

Long Row Junior School, Belper

 

1881-1973

D4382

Abbotsholme School, Marston Montgomery

 

1903

D4384

Killamarsh Endowed School

 

1958-1977

D4387

Tibshelf Staffa St. Council School, later Tibshelf Infants School

 

1895-1987

D4388

Newbridge Council School, Wirksworth

Records of Newbridge Council School which was originally an all-age mixed school, later becoming a junior school. These records were deposited with the records of Anthony Gell School (D271) in October 1985 and February 1987.

1912-1965

D4393

Tupton Primary School

Admission registers

1876-1963

D4401

St Andrew's Middle Class School, Litchurch, Derby

 

[c1880]

D4413

Derby, St Werburghs National School: minute book and accounts

 

1849-1876

D4414

St. Werburgh's National School, Spondon

minutes, accounts and other records

1663-1998

D4419

Mary Swanwick Primary School, Old Whittington

 

1874-1991

D4420

Herbert Strutt Primary School and Long Row Primary School, Belper

The records were transferred by Clerk to the Governors in November 1995.

1972-1994

D4422

Rowsley Church of England School

Includes log books 1874-1987

1874-1987

D4424

Kniveton Church of England Primary School

Documents in Kniveton parish records suggest the school was built in 1844-1845 (see particularly D1139A/PI80) and was probably enlarged at the end of the 19th century. The school has benefited from John Hurd's will of 1715 which left money towards a school and schoolmaster. These records were transferred to Record Office in November 1995.

1871-1986

D4425

Holbrook Church of England Primary School

Includes log books 1900-1973

1900-1986

D4428

Hayfield Primary School, formerly Board School

 

1888-2002

D4429

Cressbrook Primary School

The school was opened in 1842, largely supported by Cressbrook Mills Company. It was used for church services before a mission church was built. The school closed in July 1997. The records were transferred in December 1995, July 1997 and September 1998.

1901-1997

D4432

Fritchley National School, later Church of England Primary School

 

1870-1971

D4434

Fairfield School

trust deed

1851

D4440

Ashe Hall Special School, Etwall

Ashe Hall Special School was opened in 1951 and closed in 1995. The records were transferred in January 1996.

1951-1995

D4457

Whitwell School and Steetley School

Includes Whitwell school log books 1863-1983 and admission registers 1898-1983; Steetley School log book 1902-1932

1863-1983

D4482

Crich Carr National, later Primary, School, Whatstandwell

Include log books 1884-1986, admission register 1884-1964

1884-1986

D4497

Whaley Bridge Wesleyan School, later Council, later Primary, School

Records of the School from 1911

1872-1984

D4499

Fernilee Council School

managers' minutes, include Fernilee Infants School minutes May-Nov 1948

1908-1948

D4511

Talbot House (Special) School, Glossop

Include governors' minutes 1988-1995

1988-1990

D4512

Cokayne Centre, later Boothby Meadows School, Ashbourne

Includes log books 1986-1996; attendance registers 1973-1996

1973-1996

D4514

Burnaston, Caldwell, Egginton, Etwall, Oakthorpe,Repton, Rodsley and Yeaveley: title deeds of properties owned by Repton School

Deeds

1632-1976

D4534

Mackworth Secondary School

 

1960-1975

D4535

Markeaton Girls' School

 

1969-1975

D4536

Derby Parkfields Cedars School

 

1954-1976

D4550

Etwall Primary School (formerly John Port School)

Log books 1905 - 1992; admission registers 1886 - 1990; managers minutes 1903 - 1936; stocks and stores book 1924 - 1954; and photocopies of photographs

1886-1992

D4561

Chaddesden Park Infants School

Includes log books, 1957-1991, admission register, 1957-1969, and managers minutes, 1975-1988.

1957-1991

D4582

The Grange Secondary School, Long Eaton

Include admission registers 1940-1964; World War II London evacuees accepted in 1944; Speech Day head teacher's reports 1953-1964 and other papers

1940-1964

D4615

Sawley School

Includes photocopy of log book, 1922-1949.

([20th cent])

D4632

Bretby Orthopaedic Hospital School

Admission registers, 1963-1977.

1963-1977

D4645

Nicola Parker of Harpur Hill, pupil at Cavendish Girls' School, Buxton

Note books and other school books of Nicola Parker of Harpur Hill.

1971-1975

D4649

Sandiacre Board School, later Ladycross Infants School

Include log books 1907-1998, admission registers 1881-2010

1881-2010

D4650

Turnditch Primary School

Include log books 1895-1940; admission register 1878-1910

1878-1978

D4652

Codnor Council Infants School, later Codnor Primary School, Whitegates

Include log books 1923-1994; admission registers 1934-1980

1923-1994

D4653

College Nursery and Primary School, late Bishop Lonsdale, Derby

Attendance registers

1991-1993

D4659

Bernard Peel of York Road Boys' School, Church Gresley

A schoolboy's account of a school outing in 1927 to Tutbury, Ashbourne, Dovedale, Matlock and Matlock Bath

1927

D4692

Newton Primary School and predecessors

 

1967-1998

D4712

Quarndon Church of England School

plans (aperture cards) and school building guidelines

mid 20th cent

D4715

Peartree Mixed, later Senior Boys' School, later Homelands School, Derby

Punishment book

1920-1981

D4722

Mapperley Church of England Primary School

Includes log books 1886-1991, admission registers 1866-1911

1886-1991

D4736

Park Infant School, Shirebrook

Class attendance registers, 1986-1988.

1986-1988

D4741

Chaddesden Roe Farm Infant School

Includes log books, 1938-1997, and admission registers, 1938-1987.

1938-1997

D4742

Reigate Infant School, Mackworth

Includes log books, 1955-1997, and admission register, 1971-1988.

1955-1988

D4743

Reigate Junior School, Mackworth

 

1955-1994

D4744

Morley Primary School

Managers meeting minutes, 1903-1932.

1903-1932

D4748

Clowne Board School, later Junior School

Includes managers' minutes 1903-1974; log books 1878-1993; admission registers 1880-1937

1878-1993

D4760

Matlock Town Church of England Primary School

 

1870-1991

D4782

Stanton in the Peak Primary School

 

1879-1973

D4792

Edale Endowed, later Primary, School

Originally an endowed school built on land given by Elizabeth Bowden in 1819, new school buildings were erected in 1868. It became a primary school for children aged 11 and under in 1959, older children going from then on to grammar or secondary modern schools.

[20th cent]

D4799

Langley Mill National, later Church of England Boys' School

includes log books 1899-1955

1889-1957

D4804

Scargill Boys and Secondary School, West Hallam

 

1874-1973

D4805

Heanor County Secondary School

School magazines, 1923-1928, and class photograph, c1926.

1923-1928

D4816

New Mills County Secondary School

Includes admission registers, 1911-1916 and 1920-1924.

1911-1946

D4822

Hopwell Hall Special School

Teaching notes, financial records, other. These records do not include any personal information on the boys taught.

1946-1986

D4826/UL

Southwood Special School

Southwood Special School log books 1980-1981 and 1988-1992

1980-1992

D4827

Overseal Manor Special School

 

1964-1997

D4831

Langwith Bassett Elementary, later Primary, School

includes log books 1894-1982

1868-1991

D4833

Edward Revill Endowed School, Shirland

 

1915-1916

D4857

South Normanton Junior Schools Managers

Minutes of the managers responsible for the Brigg Infant, Green Infant and Glebe Junior Schools in South Normanton.

1958-1984

D4858

Barlborough Infants School

 

1870s

D4873

Royal School for the Deaf, Derby

Deeds and Reports

1893-1997

D4876

Barlow National, later Church of England Primary, School

This school was built as a National School in 1872 and later enlarged in 1895. The records were transferred in August 1998.

1894-1993

D4878

Holymoorside Undenominational Mixed, later Primary School

Log books (4 volumes) 1872-1968, admission registers (4 volumes) 1872-1952, managers' meetings minute books (11 volumes) 1912-1990 and other records 1889-1986

1872-1990

D4882

Victoria National School, Chesterfield

 

1868-1930

D4883

Soresby Street National School, Chesterfield

 

1863-1924

D4892

Tibshelf Colliery School, later Town End Junior School

Tibshelf Colliery Schools were established in 1873, built by Tibshelf Colliery Co. for boys and girls. A school for infants was opened in 1889. After 1900 they became Council Schools, and in 1914 their names were changed to Alfreton Road Council Schools. In 1952 the infants were transferred to Staffa Street Infant School, leaving the older children at Tibshelf Junior Mixed School, later known as Tibshelf Town End County Primary School. The records were transferred to the Derbyshire Record Office in September 1998.

1886-1988

D4893

Brampton Board, later Council School

 

1880-1978

D4896

Nether Heage Council School

 

1905-1977

D4897

Upper Heage Infants School

 

1916 - 1977

D4900

Granby Girls' School, Ilkeston

 

1883-1952

D4901

Ilkeston County Secondary School

 

[20th cent]

D4903

Springfield Junior Mixed School, later Springfield Primary School, Spondon

Log books 1932-1989, admission registers 1948-1964

1932-1989

D4913

Unstone National, later St. Marys Infants, School

 

1886-1892

D4916

Osmaston by Ashbourne Primary School

 

1903-1990

D4918

Chesterfield Girls' High School

 

1934, 1938

D4940

Wirksworth Church of England Infants School

Log books 1941-1997, admission registers 1938-1960, punishment book 1900-1902, financial records, late 20th cent, Parent-Teacher Association records 1970s-1980s, Managers' and Governors' minutes, reports etc. 1903-1988

1903-2002

D4942

Blackwell School

photograph

[pre-1914]

D4964

Hipper Street Schools, Chesterfield

 

1872-1930

D4965

St Helens Street Schools, Chesterfield

 

1872-1939

D4966

Brampton St Thomas Schools

Infants and Mixed log books

1899-1929

D4967

Central Schools, Chesterfield

 

1872-1940

D4968

Hasland (Church of England) Infants School

 

1899-1920

D4969

Hunloke Secondary Girls School, Chesterfield

 

1908-1967

D4970

Spital Infants School, Chesterfield

 

1894-1935

D4971

Newbold Girls School, Chesterfield

 

1885-1907

D4973

Webster's Endowed Mixed School, Whittington Moor

 

1876-1893

D4974

Webster's Endowed Boys School, New Whittington

 

1876-1909

D4993

Darwin County Secondary School, Breadsall

 

1959-1999

D5021

Mary Swanwick School, Old Whittington

 

1896-1946

D5031

Cavendish Junior School and Gilbert Heathcote School, Chesterfield

Admission registers and log books

1895-1980

D5034

Ashbourne Charities

Including Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School

c1811

D5053

Alfreton National School, later Church of England and Mortimer Wilson Schools

 

1909-1980

D5056

Whittington Brushes Primary School

Originally opened in 1895 for infants only, it moved into a new building in 1902. In 1930 it was enlarged to accommodate juniors. The school closed in 1970. These records were transferred to the Record Office in 1999. For log books and other records, see D2274.

1910-1970

D5057

Dorothy Sadler of Dronfield, teacher at Hasland Hall School

Notebooks of Dorothy Sadler outlining syllabuses when a school teacher at Hasland Hall School

1929-1938

D5058

Tapton House School, Chesterfield

 

1931-1992

D5065

Stonebroom Secondary School

 

1962-1977

D5067

Violet Markham Secondary School, Chesterfield

 

1949-1954

D5079

Ashbourne (Wesleyan) Methodist School

Includes log books, 1904-1964, and admission register, 1944-1961.

1904-1968

D5080

Ashbourne National Girls Continuation School

Log book, 1893-1894.

1893-1894

D5085

Duffield Meadows Primary School

Governors Minutes

1965-2011

D5089

Marlpool Infants School

 

1892-1991

D5090

Brookside Special School, later Ferriby School, Breadsall, and Overseal Manor Special School

 

 

D5096

Markland County Secondary School

Including governors' minutes 1957-1991 and admission registers 1958-1991

c1955-1991

D5099

Creswell Council School

 

[20th cent]

D5100

Elmton with Creswell Junior mixed Church of England School

The origins of this school are unclear. These records were deposited in Derbyshire Record Office in February 1990. They were originally accessioned as part of D3345.

1958-1980s

D5104

Killamarsh Junior School

The school was originally built has a Board School in 1879. It became a Council School in 1903. With the re-organisation of schools in Killamarsh in 1971, it became Killamarsh Junior School. The records were deposited in the Derbyshire Record Office in October 1999. For Junior School managers' minutes 1949-1964, see D1570 C/EAM 3. For School Board records, 1879-1903, see D718.

1880-1981

D5111

Traffic Street, later Castle, Junior and Infant Schools, Derby

 

1879-1977

D5113

Derby, Peartree Schools

 

1899-1950

D5114

Spondon National, later Church of England, Schools

Spondon National School was opened in 1839. Premises were extended in 1887, and provided accommodation for boys, girls and infants. It was later known as Spondon Public Elementary School, as well as St Werburgh's School. It subsequently became Spondon Church of England (Aided) Primary School. For other records of the school dated 1848-1947, see D4414. The records were deposited in the Derbyshire Record Office in November 1999.

1884-1953

D5116

Taxal and Fernilee Church of England School

Admission register, log books, school newspaper, photographs and other

[20th cent]

D5117

Stoney Middleton Church of England Primary School

 

1865-1978

D5123

Shelton Junior School

 

1975-1992

D5137

Hady Primary School, Chesterfield

 

1975-1993

D5144

Bradwell Church of England School

 

1972

D5151

Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Ashbourne

Records inc pupil admissions, punishments, examination results; personnel; finance.

1835-2001

D5163

Sudbury Primary School

Boys School log books 1870-1925; Primary School log book 1967-2001; Managers/ Governors records 1903-1966; admissions register 1902-1943; other records 20th century.

1832-1999

D5183

Chellaston School

The collection includes stray PTA minutes from Allenton School. For other records relating to Allenton School see D3460.

1971-1999

D5185

Brailsford Church of England Primary School

 

1859-1991

D5191

Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Ashbourne

Boarding House Records

1585-1992

D5211

Derby School (formerly Free Grammar School, Derby)

 

1860s-1940s

D5215

Bakewell, Longstone and Over Haddon Church Schools

 

 

D5217

South Darley Church of England Primary School

Log books 1862-1997, Managers/Governors Minutes 1903-2002, Headteachers' reports to Governors 1980-2002, Governors' Annual Reports 1987-2001, other

1862-1997

D5218

Mickley Infant School

Mickley Infant and Nursery School, Mickley, Stretton, Alfreton. This deposit is made up from files of agendas, minutes and associated correspondence re meetings of the School Managers and School Governors. Details concerning number of pupils, curriculum, building repairs and appointment of staff along with many other subjects can all be found here.

1975-1997

D5220

Kedleston Road Girls School, Derby

 

1910-1975

D5221

St Chads Temporary School, Normanton, Derby

Log book

1879-1899

D5222

St James Road Council School, Derby

 

1899-1931

D5223

Clarence Road Council School, later Dale School for Boys, Derby

 

1908-1972

D5224

Biggin by Hartington Primary School

 

1884-1995

D5234

Chesterfield, William Rhodes Infant and Junior Schools, later Primary School, Boythorpe

Infant/Junior log book 1930-1932;

Infant log books 1932-1980, Infant admission registers 1932-1957;

Junior/primary log books 1932-1993, Junior/primary admission registers 1930-1984;

Punishment book 1950-1980; other papers 1930-1980s

1930-1993

D5264

Herbert Strutt School, Belper

 

1909-2002

D5280/UL

Beechwood Nursery School, Derby

Logbooks, admission registers and Governors minutes of Beechwood (Formerly Rose Hill) nursery school, Sidney St. Derby 1977-1999

1977-1999

D5284

William Howitt Junior School, Heanor

includes log books 1863-1964; admission registers 1912-1972

1863-1964

D5288

Derbyshire County Council: Education Department

Schools' organisation files: Reports submitted by school managers to the Local Education Authority, recording the status, staffing and funding of their schools. Some include returns to the LEA of staffing and pupil numbers between 1974 and 1990.

1903-1990

D5309

Ravensdale Junior School, Mickleover

School log book

1964-1987

D5310

Brackensdale Infants School, Mackworth

Three log books, four headteacher's diaries and five admission registers

1953-1999

D5316

Ashgate Nursery School, Derby

Log book 1976-1995, governors' minute book 1976-1997

1976-1997

D5317

Longford Parochial Church of England School

Longford Public Elementary School, later Longford Parochial CofE School, opened in 1876. The original buildings were paid for by the Hon Edward Coke of Longford Hall and were intended to provide facilities for eighty-five children.

1896-1916

D5320

Cressbrook Primary School

 

1992-1997

D5321

Litton Church of England Primary School

Governors' minutes

1986-1998

D5322

Bishop Pursglove Church of England Primary School, Tideswell

 

1989-2000

D5324

Chesterfield Grammar School

 

1871-1954

D5329

Chesterfield Girls High School

Account books (3 vols)

1928-1943

D5330

Hasland Council Schools, Chesterfield

 

1903-1910

D5331

The Brushes Primary School, Whittington

 

1946-1964

D5334

Ashbourne (National) Church of England School

 

1824-1946

D5335

Wilfred Pearson of Chesterfield, teacher

Notebooks of Wilfred Pearson as pupil (at Chesterfield Grammar School), student (for BSc by correspondence courses based at Cambridge) and teacher (at Hasland Hall School and Tapton House School)

1932-1961

D5367

Ashbourne Parkside Junior School

Ashbourne Parkside Junior School log book, also containing managers' minutes 1957-1984, and volume of managers' minutes, 1956-1980

1956-1984

D5380

Ashbourne Road School, Derby

 

1873-1901

D5381

Canal Street (Wesleyan) School, Derby

 

1875-1913

D5382

Curzon Street (St Werburgh) School, Derby

 

1890-1926

D5383

Holy Trinity School, Derby

 

1876-1909

D5384

Parliament Street (Wesleyan) School, Derby

 

1876-1927

D5385

Peartree Mission School, Derby

 

1904-1914

D5386

Derby Ragged Schools

 

1868-1914

D5387

Reginald Street, later Rosehill, Schools, Derby

 

1913-1967

D5388

St Alkmund Infant School, Derby

 

1888-1912

D5389

St Thomas School, Derby

 

1882-1914

D5390

Siddals Road (St Peter) School, Derby

 

1886-1894

D5391

Trinity Council School, Derby

 

1920-1927

D5399

Peartree School, Derby

Managers minute books

1878-1901

D5402

St Alkmund Church of England Girls School, Derby

 

1903-1912

D5403

St Peter Church of England Schools, Derby

 

1863-1963

D5404

(Holy) Trinity Church of England Schools, Derby

 

1840-1894

D5413

All Saints Church of England Junior School, Matlock

 

1875-1993

D5415

Loscoe Primary School

 

1895-1986

D5445

Darley Dale Secondary Modern School, later John Turner Secondary School

Darley Dale Secondary Modern School, later John Turner Secondary School log book, 1952-1982

1952-1982

D5449

St Anne's Church of England Primary School, Baslow

 

1998-1999

D5454

Evelyn Palmer of Clay Cross (b 1906), teacher

Clay Cross School magazines, school reports and certificates

1918-1934

D5455

St Helena School, Chesterfield

Accession registers for school library books 1952-1991 (3 vols); minutes of guild of St Helena, Chesterfield 1937-1964 (1 vol)

[20th cent]

D5465

William Rhodes Secondary School Band, Chesterfield

long playing gramophone record of band performances

c1974

D5471

Duffield Endowed School

Photocopied title deeds and papers (1 bdl)

1844-1957

D5497

Duke of Norfolk School, Glossop

Summary registers of attendances (9 vols); minute book; trustees accounts, log books (4 vols)

19th-20th cent

D5498

Wesleyan Methodist School, Chapel en le Frith

Log books 1912-1968 (3 vols), admission registers 1904-1968 (3 vols) and two photographs

[20th cent]

D5512

Central School for Girls, Homelands School and the Village Community School, Normanton, Derby

Homelands School (formerly Central School for Girls, later Village Community School): log books 1925-1973, admission and leaving registers 1919-1938, staff minute books 1967-1988, prefects’ minute books 1965-1975, school magazine 1961-1975, speech day and drama programmes 1943-1973; governors’ minutes and papers 1989-2001, development plans 1989-2000, reports 1993-2000, newsletters 1993-2001, photographs, other

1919-2001

D5531

Fairfield Endowed School

Trustees' papers including leases and deeds, three vols of minute books 1862-1938, copy Schemes 1889 and 1982, and annual accounts 1968-1981

1862-1994

D5537

Kirkstead Junior School, Pinxton

Log books 1980-2000, notes on curriculum and teaching [1950s]

[1950s]-2000

D5538

Managers/Governors of Pinxton Schools

Minute books 1903-1987

1937-1987

D5545

Creswell (formerly Temporary, New Council) County Junior Mixed School

 

1906-1997

D5559

Stonebroom Secondary School

Log book extracts, 1867-1975, made by K E Wilkinson, July 1976

1976

D5592

Hopwell Hall School

17 slides and 5 colour photographs

c1960s

D5618

Dronfield Woodhouse Council School

Managers' log book

1943-1957

D5620

Aldercar Comprehensive School (later Aldercar Community Language College, later Aldercar High School)

 

1955-2018

D5629

Newhall Board School

Admission register 1895-1896, attendance register 1895-1909

1895-1909

D5656

Hardwick Infants School

Admission registers 1917-1995, punishment book 1902-1943, managers' minutes 1975-1987, log books 1934-1981 and other

1902-1995

D5658

Newbold Church of England School

 

c1941-1977

D5662

Mary Swanwick Secondary School, Old Whittington, Chesterfield

 

1950s

D5663

Shipley and Cotmanhay Boys School

Log books 1877-1890, 1909-1922, 1922-1933

1877-1933

D5708

Hazelwood Church of England First School, Duffield

Hazelwood CE First School was built in 1846. It cost £1,000, most of which was provided by Colonel Colville of Duffield Hall. In 1868 there were 35 children present who paid to attend. The school was closed at 12 a.m. on 24 April 1868. It did not reopen until 31 October 1870, upon which 11 pupils were in attendance. The number rose to 119 in 1890.


In 1946 the school survived the threat of closure, but the Senior children were transferred to Belper 10 years later. [Elenor Mary West Hazelwood (Hazelwood Women's Institute, 1981)] In September 1973 the Belper schools underwent a...

1868-1986

D5715

Brackensdale Junior School, Mackworth

The first four classrooms of the Brackensdale Infants School were opened in January 1953. Five extra classrooms were opened in April of that year. In April 1954 the Brackensdale Junior School was opened and in August the Infant School became a separate school under its own headteacher. These records were deposited in Derbyshire Record Office in June 2002. For records of the Infants School, see D5310.

1955-1986

D5725

Ernest Bailey School, Matlock

Account book for dinner fund

1941-1949

D5727

Ashgate Croft Special School, Chesterfield

 

1980-2014

D5728

Stubbin Wood Special School, Langwith Junction

 

1993-1997

D5729

Westbrook Special School, Long Eaton

 

1973-2002

D5730

Stanton Vale Special School, Ilkeston

Stanton Vale Special School was established in the 1950s. Eventually, it came to cater for pupils aged between 2 and 19 with severe and profound learning difficulties from the Amber Valley and Erewash Borough areas. In 2001 there were 65 pupils grouped into nursery, primary, secondary and Sixth Form classes. The school's special facilities included a hydrotherapy room and a sensory garden. In July 2002 the school closed, with pupils transferring to Westbrook School, Long Eaton. Record keeping at the school appears to have been erratic, and no records were identified from the school's...

1981-2001

D5732

Edward Revell Endowed School, Hallfieldgate (parish of Shirland)

Edward Revell Endowed School was founded in 1637. It occupied premises on the old main road from Derby to Sheffield which were extended in 1830, 1853 and 1876. Few alterations were made to the school in the 20th century: as late as the early 1960s it was still lit by gas. In October 1964 the school moved to purpose-built premises nearby. These albums and cuttings books were compiled by Miss A B Smedley, Headmistress from 1956-1968. For other records of the school, see D3197 and D4833.

c1891-1976

D5741

Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Ashbourne

Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Ashbourne was established in 1585. By the late twentieth century it was offering boarding facilities as well as day education. These papers of the Chair of Governors show the range of matters dealt with by the governing body in a period of change both within and outside the school.

1989-2007

D5746

Derby school pupil

collected papers

1947-1955

D5809

Warmbrook Junior School, Chapel-en-le-Frith

 

1968-1996

D5817

Renishaw Primary School

Log books 1875-1959, Admission regsiters 1888-1970, Plans, other

1875-2013

D5845

Derby Lancastrian School

These items were transferred from Derby Library in October 2002 (formerly DL MS 8028)

19th cent

D5871

New Mills School

 

1911-1946

D5886

Writers' Summer School, Swanwick

Minutes 1948-2000, Comments books 1984-1999, scripts 1997-1998, programmes 1949-2002, correspondence 1971-1998, and other papers.


Unlisted accession May 2012: Programmes 2008-2011; newsletter 1999-2011; constitution and lists of office holders, 1990s-2000s; subject files inc re social events, invited speakers, history of Hayes Conference Centre, 60th anniversary recollections; films of pantomime performances 1994-2006 (VHS) - these items have not been added to the item-level catalogue.


Unlisted Accession, Jul 2014: Programmes

 

D5915

Curbar Council School

 

1894-2005

D5925

Spondon Church of England, formerly National, Primary School

 

1885-1948

D5926

Osmaston-by-Derby, Osmaston Board School

Includes minutes of both the Osmaston School Board and Osmaston Board Schools Committee of Management. Members of the School Board also served as members of the Management Commitee for Osmaston Board School.

1899-1903

D5927

Allenton Council School

 

1936-1938

D5928

Firs Estate School, Derby

 

1896-1901

D5929

Dean Street School, Derby

managers' minutes

1886-1888

D5930

Derby Elementary Science School

 

1889-1901

D5931

Higher Elementary School (formerly Organised Science School), Gerard Street, Derby

 

1893-1900

D5932

Gerard Street Schools, Derby

 

1873-1901

D5933

Gerard Street Evening School, Derby

 

1900-1904

D5934

Manual Instruction School, Derby

 

1895-1901

D5935

Brighton Road Board School, Derby

 

1900-1903

D5936

Corden Street School, Derby

 

1878-1888

D5937

St James' Road School, Derby

 

1888-1901

D5938

Pupil Teachers' School, Derby

 

1889-1901

D5940

Cookery Schools, Derby

 

1886-1894

D5949

Dronfield Church of England/Methodist Primary School

This item was found in the strongrooms of Derbyshire Record Office in February 2003.

1972

D5970

Chapel-en-le-Frith Church of England Infant and Nursery School

Governors' files of minutes, reports, policy documents and correspondence

1955-2002

D5971

Warmbrook Junior School, Chapel-en-le-Frith

Governors' files of minutes, reports, policy documents and correspondence

1987-2002

D5973

Inkersall Primary School (formerly Inkersall County Infant and Junior Schools)

The records include: Governors' minutes 1977-2017; Committee minutes, 1993-2014; admission records 1953-1987, log books 1997-2012

1977-1999

D5987

Glebe Junior School, South Normanton

 

1948-2001

D5989

North Wingfield Junior School

 

1922-1997

D6027

Tansley Primary School

Tansley County Primary School was opened in April 1949.

For other records relating to Tansley schools see D1103, D2576.

1949-1992

D6028

Coppice Primary School, Marlpool, Heanor, and predecessors

Previously known as Lockton Avenue Junior School

1928-1964

D6057

Ashford Church of England (Aided) Primary School

Managers' minutes books, 1903-1978 and 1978-1988

1903-1988

D6060/UL

Hazelwood Church of England Controlled Primary School

managers' minutes

1950-1986

D6061/UL

Ashe Hall Special School, Etwall

Managers' minute book

1984-1995

D6062/UL

Aldercar Infants School

Managers' minute book

1975-1983

D6063

Ilkeston Bennerley School

Governors' minute books

1950-1985

D6064/UL

Charlotte Infants School, Ilkeston

Managers' minute book

1975-1985

D6065/UL

Granby Junior School, Ilkeston

Managers' minute book

1975-1985

D6066/UL

Langley Mill Junior School

Accession of 2003: Managers' minute book, 1975-1982


Accession of April 2018:

Governors' minutes Nov-Dec 2008, May, Sep 2009, Feb-Mar, Nov 2010, Sep, Dec 2011, Mar, Jun, Oct 2012, Nov 2012, Jan, Mar 2009, Jan, Mar, Apr, May, Dec 2013, Feb, Apr, Jul, Sep, Oct, Nov 2014, Jan, Apr, May, Sep, Oct, Nov 2015, Jan, Jun 2016, Jan, Apr, Jun, Sep, Dec 2017; minutes of the Governors' AGM 2016; minutes of a Governors' Exclusion meetings Dec 2015, Feb 2017 (Not available for public consultation); Governors papers, Sep 2007 - May 2009, Apr-May, Sep 2010, Mar 2011, Mar 2012, Mar 2013 (Not available for...

1975-2017

D6079

Derby School: Officer Training Corps

army camps photographs

1912-1913

D6092

Bolsover Church of England Junior School

Bolsover National School was erected in 1868, with an infants room being added in 1870. For a time the junior school pupils seem to have been segregated, but then united to form a mixed school which survives today as Bolsover Church of England voluntary controlled School.

[19th-20th cent]

D6098

Barrow on Trent Church of England Primary School

Deeds, correspondence, financial records etc

1876-1970

D6099

Twyford Endowed Church of England School

Managers minutes, admission register, correspondence etc

1902-1944

D6107

Hardwick Junior School, Normanton, Derby

Hardwick Junior School was originally Pear Tree School, and opened in 1874, admitting infants and juniors. On moving to new premises in 1880, the school was renamed St. James Road Boys School. A separate school opened on St. James Road in 1881, admitting both sexes. However, after about 1891, boys only were admitted to the former school and girls to the latter. They finally became Hardwick Junior School, retaining the separate girls and boys sections.


31 Volumes


See also D5937 for manager's minutes, D3832 and D6139 for further records of the Secondary Modern Girls, and D5656 for records...

1874-1988

D6109

Swanwick Church of England Infants' School

Log books, 1874-1933, and admission register, 1864-1891.

1864-1933

D6110

Birchwood United Methodist Free Chapel School

The chapel was built in 1853 by John Smedley Esq. of Riber Castle, but later purchased in 1874 by church members for £800 from the widow of Smedley. There is a schoolroom attached to the church, as well as a burial ground. The church is part of Ripley Circuit. For the main collection of chapel records, see D5888.

 

D6111

Swanwick Mixed, later Girls and Infants, School

 

19th-20th cent

D6111/UL

Swanwick Mixed, later Girls and Infants, School

Records, including admission registers, 1864-1888

19th-20th cent

D6115

Tapton House School, Chesterfield

Programmes, photographs etc

1936-1983

D6124

Ticknall Church of England School

 

1914-1940

D6139

Hardwick Secondary Modern Girl's School, Normanton, Derby

The school was originally Hastings Street Higher Grade Girls when it opened in 1910, before becoming St. James Road Senior Girls. In 1938, the name was changed to Hastings Street Senior Girls before finally becoming Hardwick Secondary Modern Girls School. The school has since closed.


See also D3832 for further records relating to this school.

1910-1972

D6155

Sandiacre Primary School

 

[1910s]

D6166

School group photographs

Two photographs of groups of school children, possibly Horsley Woodhouse

early 20th cent

D6183

Sale and Davy's Church of England Primary School, Barrow on Trent

Log book

1960-1994

D6186

Wigley Primary School, Old Brampton

 

1882-1998

D6193

Danesmoor School, Clay Cross

 

1869-1892

D6194

Clay Cross Secondary Modern Boys' School (formerly Clay Cross Company's Boys' School, later Clay Lane Board School, later Clay Cross Council School, Senior Boys' Department)

Records comprise log books and admission registers of the Senior Boys' Department from the early years of the Clay Cross Company School, through the period in which the school was under the control of the Clay Lane School Board and then part of Clay Cross Council School, to the amalgamation of the Senior Boys' and Girls' Schools to form the Clay Cross Secondary Modern School in 1962. Log books end at July 1969, when the mixed secondary school at Clay Cross closed and all children of secondary age were transferred to the site at Tupton Hall.

1863-1969

D6195

Tupton Hall School (formerly Clay Cross County Secondary School, later Tupton Hall Grammar)

Records of Tupton Hall School, including those of the County Secondary School before it moved to premises at Tupton Hall in 1936.

c1922-1982

D6196

St. Bartholomew's National Schools, Clay Cross

 

1866-1891

D6209

St. Helena School, Chesterfield

 

[20th cent]

D6217

William Gilbert Endowed School, Duffield

Duffield Endowed (Free) School for boys was built from land left by William Gilbert in 1565. It was later rebuilt in 1869 and further enlarged in 1907, before being retitled as a Junior School in 1955. An affiliated school for girls in Duffield was founded in the 19th century, and the surviving records are within this collection because the schools merged in 1956 when junior girls joined the junior boys. The old girl's school continued as an infants' department.

1854-1993

D6254

Eckington School

 

1978-1995

D6267

Hipper Street School, Chesterfield

elevations

19th cent

D6293

Two notebooks for teachers at Derby summer school

The notebooks were prepared for teachers attending summer schools held in Derby in 1920. The aims of the summer schools were several, as stated at the front of each notebook, but their main purpose was to introduce teachers to the concept of the School Journey, whereby children went on organised trips, so that they could experience nature and areas outside their normal school and social environment. The summer schools held at Derby had a prime objective of promoting Derbyshire and its countryside in a positive light.

1920

D6300

Stanley House School and College

 

[1940s-1970s]

D6308

Papers re schoolhouse at Alkmonton

 

1903-1921

D6320/UL

Clifton Church of England Primary School

Log book 1977-1998

1977-1998

D6333

Hadfield Infant School

 

1997 - 1998

D6338

Chesterfield High School for Girls

 

1927

D6357

Palterton Council School

Palterton Council School opened in 1910. Originally an infants' school, from 1936 onwards it provided education for children up to the age of 11 years old. This document was transferred to the Record Office by a private individual in January 2005. For other Palterton Council School records, see D3642.

1910-1923

D6389

Chesterfield Tapton House School and Chesterfield Girls' High School

 

1931-2001

D6397

Upper Langwith/Langwith Bassett School

 

1894-1994

D6401

Derby Borough Council

Copies of school trust deeds

[early 20th cent]

D6412

Hasland Adult School, Storforth Lane, Chesterfield

 

[20th cent]

D6419

Heanor Mundy Church of England (Controlled) Junior School

Governors' minutes 1989-1999, reports 1987-1994, accounts 1998-1999.

1987-1999

D6423

Castleton School

This document comprises of a list of charity scholars admitted to Castleton School from 1779-1782. The information given includes date of admittance, admission number, name of father, occupation of father and age.

1779-1782

D6448

Smalley Church of England Girls' School

Smalley National School for girls and infants was first erected in 1848 and subsequently enlarged in 1878. It finally closed in 1968. These records were deposited by a former school headteacher in September 2005.

1863-1968

D6464

Baslow Wesleyan Chapel and School

Minutes of Trustees' Meetings

1928-1976

D6468

St Elphin's School, Darley Dale

Records relating to St Elphin's School, chiefly policy, finance and administrative papers

c1980-c1993

D6469

Elton Church of England (Controlled) Primary School

Minute Book of Managers' Meetings

1946-1980

D6470/UL

St Elphin's School

School magazines, photographs, etc.

This collection is unlisted. See search room supervisor for interim list.

[20th cent]

D6494

Barlow Church of England (Voluntary Controlled) Primary School

Managers and Governors minutes and papers, 1974-1991, 1998-2005; Certificate regarding the schools centenary, 1972; Treasurer's Report, 2002/3

Some items are not generally available for public consultation.

1972-2005

D6537/UL

Walbrook Nursery School, Normanton, Derby

 

[20th cent]

D6542

Creswell Schools

 

1874-1983

D6543

Swanwick Primary School

 

1967-1998

D6547

Tapton House School, Chesterfield

Records relating to school events and activities, including the Science Society, Film Society and Chess Club.

1946-1984

D6560

St. James' Church of England (Aided) School, Derby

 

1868-2003

D6574

William Rhodes Junior School, Chesterfield

Group photograph of pupils at William Rhodes Junior School, Chesterfield

1970/1971

D6588

Nottingham University School of Agriculture, Sutton Bonington

Powerpoint presentation inc photographs and biographies of former students at the School, c1950-1954

2005

D6590

Holbrook Church of England Primary School

Log books

1978-2002

D6592

Chellaston Infants School

Log books 1878-1988; admission registers 1925-2001

1878-2001

D6617

Wirksworth County Infants School

Wirksworth County Infants School is situated on Harrison Drive in Wirksworth and was originally known as the British Infants School. The earliest log book dates back to 1886. There are two infants schools in Wirksworth and records of the Church of England infants school can be found in D4940.

19th-20th cents.

D6619

St James' Church of England (Voluntary Controlled) Primary School, Whitfield

Managers/Governors Minutes 1954-2001; Governors Correspondence 1988-1997

1954-2001

D6625

Shirebrook New Board School, Mixed Department

 

 

D6636

Brimington Junior School

Plans

[20th cent]

D6638

St Elphin's School, Darley Dale

School and staff photographs

[20th cent]

D6651

Eyam Church of England (Controlled) Primary School

Log Books 1884-1992, Admission registers 1884-1992, Photographs 1903-1973, Plans 1990-1988, Charity Commission papers 1893-1937, Managers Minutes 1903-1963, Financial records 1897-1946, other

1876-1998

D6701

Governors of Aston-on-Trent Primary School

 

1980-2013

D6733

Repton Primary School

 

19th-20th cent

D6745

Youlgreave Primary School

 

1868-2010

D6751

Starkholmes Church of England Controlled School

Photograph of 1938 Christmas Party and Matlock Mercury article appealing for information about the photograph

 

D6752

St Elphin's School, Darley Dale

Governors' and committee minutes, 1989-2003; items relating to timetable and calendars of events, 2003-2005; List of CDs and audio tapes in the library, 2002; pupil's "leaving book", 2005

1989-2005

D6769/7

St Michael's Roman Catholic Primary School, Hathersage

Records including inspection reports, and punishment book 1942-1968

1942-1987

D6808

St Andrew's Middle Class School, Litchurch

Admission register, receipt book, punishment book

1869-1898

D6810

Somerlea Park Secondary School, Somercotes

speech day papers, 1967-1969

1967-1969

D6821

Lakeside Infant School, Long Eaton

Lakeside Infants' School in Mikado Road was previously known as New Sawley Infants' School and later as Lakeside County Infants'. It was built in 1902 and extended with prefabricated buildings in 1946. The school was closed in July 2007 due to falling numbers.

1972-2007

D6825

Kingsmoor School, Glossop

Photographs of school and cricket team.

1933

D6853

Ticknall Parochial School

 

1906-1966

D6889

Cubley Church of England School

 

1903-1960

D6897

Kents Bank Road Senior Boys' Council School, and Silverlands Senior Girls' Council School, Buxton

Buxton Education Committee - Booklet commemorating the official opening of Kents Bank Road Senior Boys' Council School and Silverlands Senior Girls' Council School.

1938

D6900

Sawley Junior School

Log books, admission registers, governors minutes

1883-1999

D6925

Shirland Infant School

Log books (1894-1988) and admission register (1926-1988)

1894-1988

D6929

Meadows Community School, formerly Edwin Swale School, Old Whittington, Chesterfield

Governors' meeting minutes and related papers

c1973-2001

D6935

Netherthorpe School, Staveley

Admission Registers, Log Books, Minutes, Deeds, Photographs etc

1898-2000

D6951

Normanton Village Infants School, Derby

 

1984-2006

D6952

Normanton [by Derby] Junior School

 

1975-2006

D6953

Sunnyhill [formerly Normanton] Infants School, Derby

 

1987-2006

D6983

Castle Gresley Infants School

 

[20th cent]

D6987

Highfield Primary School, Long Eaton

Admission Registers and Log Books

1911-2008

D6988

Apperknowle Community Primary School, Dronfield

Admission Register

1933-2008

D7003

Herbert Strutt Grammar School, Belper

scrapbook concerning France during the Second World War

1941-1947

D7014

Inkersall Primary School

Plans

[20th cent]

D7015

Shuttlewood Infant and Junior Schools

Plans

[20th cent]

D7016

Staveley Middle Croft Secondary School and Leisure Centre

Plans

[20th cent]

D7047

Longwood Infants (formerly Wharf Road School Infants Department) School, Pinxton

The school changed its name to Longwood Infants School after the Second World War.

1918-2003

D7067/UL

Peak Dale Primary School

Governors' and Committee Minutes

1951-2001

D7069/UL

Bretby Orthopaedic Hospital School

Managers' minutes

1944-1969

D7074

Kedleston Road, later Markeaton County, School, Derby

inspectors' reports 1929, 1939, 1947, 1956; electronic copy of log book 1969-1986 (same discs/book contain entries for Kings Mead Schools 1951-1969)

[20th cent]

D7075

Cavendish Grammar School, Buxton

School magazine, Vol 10, No 8, Jan

1954

D7084

Danesmoor Infants School

Log books, admission registers, punishment book, correspondence, governors' minutes and headteachers reports

1892-2009

D7089

Somercotes Girls School

Somercotes Girls School was erected in 1894 at the expense of Messrs James Oakes & Co and the Babbington Coal Company.

1883-1902

D7123

Abbotsholme School, Marston Montgomery

"Abbotsholmian" school magazine 1934-1967 (with gaps); school brochures and prospectus 1939-1951

1934-1967

D7147

Clay Cross County School

Photograph of Staff and Pupils

1922

D7161

Swanwick Hall (Grammar) School

Admission records 1922-2004 (not continuous); Governors' minutes and papers, 1981-1993; headteacher's reports, 1988-2003; OfSteD inspection reports 1994-2004; school prospectuses, 1972, 1981-1994; papers relating to Technology College status, 1990s

1922-2004

D7172

Somercotes Secondary School

Admission registers

1953-1972

D7193

West End Secondary School, Glossop

 

1929

D7211

Willington Primary School

Governors' minutes

1994-2006

D7238

Derby Council and Voluntary Schools

Printed ground plans of schools

early 20th cent

D7250

Derby Central School

 

[21st cent.]

D7263

Bolsover Schools

 

1893

D7275

Somercotes County Secondary School: Boys Department

 

1933-1973

D7297

Starkholmes Church of England (Controlled) School

Pupil reminiscences and related papers re the closure of the school

c1950-2010

D7301

Henry Bradley Infants School, Brimington

 

1989-1998

D7320

Somercotes Secondary School

Governors Minutes, printed

1952-1966

D7327

Westhouses County Primary School

album of pupils' work

1960s

D7341/UL

Shirebrook Secondary School

School records inc governors' minutes 2007-2010; Science College Development plan 2003 and related papers 2003-2007; headteacher's reports to governors 2001-2009; newsletters and ephemera, 2000s

2001-2009

D7357

Brimington Junior School

 

1962-2006

D7359

Parkfields Cedars Grammar School, Derby

 

1970

D7383/UL

Ilkeston County Secondary School

School photographs, magazines and membership card

1920-1928

D7403

Ilkeston Schools

Log books for Granby Evening School 1906-1936; Bennerley Boys Senior School 1938-1943; Bennerley Street Council School 1912-1938; Bennerley Street Junior Mixed School 1904-1943

1904-1943

D7440/UL

Brassington Primary School

School administration papers c2002-2010, correspondence c2007-2009, school workforce census c2008-2009, papers re Private Fund c2011-2007

c2001-2010

D7441/UL

Barrow Hill School, Staveley

School photographs: boys' class 1906, girls' class c1908

c1906-1908

D7442/UL

Speedwell Infants School, Staveley

Unlisted accession, May 2011

- School photograph, c1930


Unlisted accession, Feb 2017 - please note significant appraisal is required in relation to this material as much is not archival, therefore it may not all be permanently retained once this is completed

- Log Book, Jan 1969-Sep 1989

- Admissions Register, c1965-Jan 1988 (the first 144 entries in the register do not include a date of admission as the original admission register was likely destroyed in the fire of January 1969, the dates of withdrawal for these pupils range from Jul 1969-Jul 1972)

- School Fund Account Book, 1974-1979...

c1930-2010

D7447/UL

Whitfield Church of England School

Managers minutes

1893-1924

D7459

Barlborough Primary School

Log books 1870-2009, admission registers 1875-1986, punishment book 1951-1957, Managers/Governors minutes 1937-2007, photo albums, OFSTED reports 1998, 2003, 2007, HMI reports 1898-1900, other

1870-2009

D7471/UL

Shirland Primary School

class and team photographs

c1980s-2000s

D7484/UL

Great Hucklow Infant School

Governors' minutes and associated papers

c1969-2004

D7486/UL

St Elphin's School, Darley Dale

Staff Handbook and Procedures Manual, Aspect Policies

2004-2005

D7509

Matlock (St Giles) Church of England Mixed School

Annual returns 1932-1939, Diocesan inspection reports on Religious Instruction 1926-1945, contents list showing documents kept in portfolio 1871-1938

1871-1945

D7542

Derby Municipal Secondary School for Girls

School magazine

1910

D7557/UL

St. Ronan's Girls School, Duffield

Accession of March 2012:

Admissions register 1926-1966; Deposit Account books 1931-1937 & 1851-1959; Fees[?] books 1953-1957; New Hall Fund Account book 1958; Breakages & Spillages Account book, undated; Form lists 1965; Lists of Principals, 2nd Mistresses and Head Girls 1929-1970; School magazines 1934-1968; The Story of St. Ronan (published booklet); Programmes for prize-givings and other events 1930s-1950s; Paris trip itinery, year unknown; photographs 1932-1965

1926-1970

D7592/UL

Spire Infants School, Chesterfield

Admission registers 1932-1998, Summary Attendance Register 1977-1982, Managers Minutes 1954-1979, Governors Minutes and Meeting Papers 1979-2006, Staff and other Minutes 1993-2005


This collection is not catalogued - please speak to the Duty Archivist for more information about viewing these records.

1932-2009

D7602/UL

Deincourt School, North Wingfield, and predecessors

Accession of June 2013: Photographs of CSE art exhibitions and videos of school drama productions, created by Roger Scothern, former Head of Art (died in 2011). Covering dates 1969-c1995; Accession of February 2014: further records, 20th cent

[20th cent]

D7633/UL

Heath Fields Primary School, Hatton

Governors reports to parents

1986-2005

D7635/UL

Documents relating to the Hilton Free School, Marston upon Dove and the South Derbyshire Coalfield

Lease & Release re Hilton Free School, 5 & 6 Oct 1827; Declarations of Trust under the Mining Industry Act 1920, Jun 1923 & Mar 1924

1827-1924

D7650/UL

Clowne Infant and Nursery School

Accession of September 2013: Governors' minutes Jul 2000-Jul 2002; Admissions registers 1996-2003; accounts and related financial papers 2001-2002; Newsletters 2003-2008, 2011-2012; other

Accession of May 2014: Governors' minutes c2003-2007 inc related papers; School Development Plan with building plans, 2010

Accession of February 2016: Governors minutes and other papers, Governors Finance Sub-Committee minutes and other papers, 1998-2008

1996-2012

D7663/UL

West Park School, Spondon

Admission registers 1936-1968 (gaps); Mark Books 1934-1971 (gaps); Staff Meeting Minutes 1954-1968

1943-1971

D7664/UL

Church Gresley Infants School

School record

c 20th cent

D7678/UL

Dronfield Grammar School

LD217 Maps of the lands belonging to Dronfield School: surveyed and drawn by William Fairbank, 1798

LD218-221 Proposals for letting the school lands, with rents, 1733, 1758, 1777 and undated

LD222-265 Deeds, relating to land at Dronfield, Eckington and Chesterfield, 1580-1843

1580-1843

D7713/UL

Denby Free Church of England (Aided) Primary School

Accession of April 2013:

Governors' meeting minutes Oct 1989 - Apr 2005; Governors' papers 1999-2008; Head teachers' reports Jan 1989 - Oct 2002; School Fund cash books Jan 1997 - Jul 2007


Accession of March 2019:

Governors minutes and supporting papers, Oct 2009 - Apr 2011; Trustees papers 1991-2012; Ofsted reports 1999 and 2009

1989-2012

D7727/UL

Walton-on-Trent Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary and Nursery School

Accession of May 2014: Governors' minutes, agendas, correspondence, briefing notes and other papers: Oct 1993-May 1996, 1996-1997, Jan 1996-Jul 1998, Sep 1998-Jun 2001, 2004-2007, 2005-2006

Accession of June 2015: Governors' minutes, agendas, correspondence and other papers, 2003-2011

1993-2011

D7738

Bolsover Infant and Nursery School

Log books, admission registers, photographs and other

1904-2010

D7739/UL

St Margaret's Catholic Primary School, Glossop

Governors minutes and papers, including headteacher's reports 2001-2003; Headteacher's letters to parents c2007-c2013

2001-2013

D7816/UL

Bamford Primary School

Unlisted accession May 2015: Architectural Designs and papers, 2002; Governors Minutes and papers (appraisal may be required): 1995-2010; Apr 1995-Jul 1998 (confidential); 2002-2007 (sub-committees); Ofsted Reports, 2006, 2010; School diaries, 2009-2013

1995-2014

D7817/UL

Dallimore Primary and Nursery School, Kirk Hallam

Accession of May 2017: Log Books: Sep 1957-Dec 1975; Sep 1978-Jul 1984; Sep 1984-Dec 1988; ?draft log book May, year unknown (found in log book 1978-1984)

Junior School PTA Minute Book, Oct 1958-Apr 1971

Kirk Hallam County School Infants - Admission Registers: Apr 1954-Jan 1960; Jan 1960-Nov 1969; Jan 1970-Sep 1980; Sep 1980-Jun 1984

Kirk Hallam County School Infants - Registrations Jan 1979-Dec 1986 (arranged by month of birth, contains details of pupils registering for admission with dates of birth between Jan 1979 and Dec 1986, with admission entries recorded between Jan 1981 and Oct...

1957-2012

D7821

Hartshorne Girls and Infants School

Log book, 1875-1905

1875-1905

D7822

Hartshorne Boys School

Log book, 1873-1913

1873-1913

D7858/UL

Norbury Primary School, Ashbourne

Governors Minutes

2007-2009

D7860

Barrow Hill Primary School and Barrow Hill Council Infants School, formerly Staveley Works Infants School

Admission Registers, 1895-1980; Log Books, 1863-2003

Unlisted accession, Jul 2015: Governors' meetings minutes, 1989-2009

1863-2003

D7910

Stonelow Junior School, Dronfield

Governors' minutes

2005-2010

D7912/UL

Hasland Junior School

Accession of November 2015:

Conveyance for land in Hasland between The Revd Albert Smith and Bernard Lucas, 1870; Log books 1921-1947, 1948-1967, 1968-1987, 1989-2008; Punishment book 1932-1960, 1975-1980; Staff Records book 1906-1968; Admission registers 1964-1974, 1974-1986; Summary registers Apr 1961- Mar 1966; Sep 1961-Jul 1966, Apr 1966-Mar 1971


Accession of December 2019: Needlework specimens workbook, compiled by Edith Waring, aged 10 years, Jun 1905 - Mar 1906

1870-2008

D7934

Waingroves Primary School

Admission registers, 1925-2009; Governors Minutes, 2002-2012

1925-2012

D7936/UL

Great Hucklow Church of England Primary School

Governors' papers - minutes and associated papers, supporting documents 2005-2009; Curriculum minutes 2005-2009; finance minutes and supporting papers 2005-2009; Building Committee minutes and associated correspondence 2004-2009; ICT Committee minutes and associated correspondence 2006-2009; Personnel Committee minutes 2005-2009; Sports Fund accounts and associated papers c2007-2009; School Fund accounts and financial papers c2007-2009

2004-2010

D7962/UL

Kilburn Junior School

Accession of May 2016: Analysis of EoKS2 Test Results 1998; Pupils reports and assessment record sheets, Jul 1995 - 1997 (Not generally available for public consultation); Class Meal registers for 3W, Autumn 1988 to Spring 1992 (Not generally available for public consultation); and PTFA (Parents, Teachers and Friends Association) Christmas Fundraising poster, [2001]


Accession of January 2018: Signed governing body minute books, 1989-2012; Subcommittee minutes, 2005-2006; Subcommittee reports, 1994-2003; Governors' minutes and related papers inc subcommittee reports, headteacher's reports...

1988-[2001]

D7965/UL

Eureka Primary School, Swadlincote

Accession, Jun 2016: Governors Minutes, including committee minutes, headteachers reports and other papers: Dec 1986-Nov 1989; Oct 1996-Jun 1998; 1998-1999; 2002-2003; 2004-2006; Dec 2005-Jul 2007 (further appraisal of these records is pending)

Accession, Apr 2019: Governors Minutes, including committee minutes, headteachers reports and other papers, 2010-2012

These records are not generally available for public consultation under the Data Protection Act.

1986-2007

D8010/UL

Long Eaton Grammar School Old Scholars' Assocation

Unlisted accession, Aug 2016

Old Scholars' Assocation General Meeting Minute Book, Mar 1936-Sep 1952 (with ephemeral items enclosed)

11 Copper plates

Two photograph albums (with copies of photographs giving captions - copies to be retained for cataloguing purposes only and then transferred to Long Eaton Library)

School magazines: Annual 1912-1914/5; Gossamer 1934-1949, 1951-1966; LEGS 1964, 1966-1969

Jubilee Book, 1960 (printed), and programme, 16 Jul 1960

School photograph, nd, with copies of school photographs, 1960s

Photograph, possibly of students at the Pupil Teacher Training Centre,...

[20th cent]

D8023/UL

Copthorne Community Infant School, Alfreton

Accession of Sep 2016:

Governors' papers including minutes, correspondence, action plans, policies, headteacher's reports c2000-2007;

papers of various committees (including minutes) - committees include School Improvement, Premises, Finance, Performance Management c2003-2007;

Log books 1965-2005;

Admission Register 1953-1959;

financial papers c1989-2003; Asset Management papers c1999-2008; #

Resource Management papers including minutes of Personnel Committee, correspondence, administrative papers c2004-2008


Accession of March 2017: Minutes of governing body, 1975-2011

1953-2011

D8033/UL

Hollingwood Primary School

Log books 1930-1977, 1930-1987, 1977-1987, 1987-1997; school programmes (including Christmas events) c1970s-1980s; Minutes of Staveley Schools Sports Association, 1949-1984, includes financial records c1970-1980s; Minute book of Ernest Needham Trophy Competition, 1953-1981 (includes some financial records); School Survey report, Jun 1992; file of school plans and documents re school buildings/property maintenance, c1970s-c2009

1930-c2009

D8045/UL

Wirksworth Infants School Federation

'Postcards from the Playground' publication and transcripts of interviews (4 digital files, 2 copies of each, one full, one redacted)

2016

D8069/UL

Lydia Leggatt, head teacher of Overdale School, Derby

Scrapbook containing black and white class photographs, photographs of events such as sports days and visits, newcuttings, 1939-1956; School prospectus c1940s; Income & Expenditure Account year ending 1971

1939-1971

D8091/UL

Brigg Infants School, South Normanton

Accession of Apr 2017: New classroom plans, and associated correspondence 2001

Accession of Jul 2017: Newsletters Sep 2007 - Jul 2009; Building plans Jun 1978 - May 1993

Accession of Jul 2018: Admission registers 1975-2003, 1998-2010; Governors' minutes 2008-2009

1978-2009

D8117

Quarndon Endowed School

Cash book 1900-1918

1900-1918

D8158/UL

Alfreton Park Community Special School (previously Parkwood School)

Minutes of Governors meetings; Governors correspondence; Head Teacher's reports to Governors and Governors reports to parents c1981-1999

1981-1999

D8194/UL

Twyford School

Unlisted accession, Oct, 2018: File of papers relating to proposed alterations to Twyford School, including accounts, estimates, Education Department correspondence, specification produced for Sir Vauncey Harpur Crewe, plans and related papers

c1892-1894

D8267/UL

Granville County Secondary School, Swadlincote

School programmes: Official opening, 1958; Speech Day, 1960, 1967, 1973; theatre productions, 1963; official opening of new extension, 1973; Service of Thanksgiving, 1978

1958-1978

D8289

Doveridge Primary School

Admissions 1906-1971, Managers' meeting minutes 1938-1991, log books 1869-1991

1869-1991

D8758/UL

Egginton Primary School

Admission book, 1878-1910; Log books (3 volumes) 1895-1906, 1912-1941, 1942-1985; Governor signed minutes and papers Apr 2010-Jun 2012; Private School Fund Accounts 2007/8-2011/12

1878-2012

D8770

Highfield Hall School, Chesterfield

Admission registers 1930-1981, log book 1976-1994, cricket scoring book 1969-1988, other records 20th cent

1930-1988

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