Berkshire Schools in the Eighteenth Century

In 1833 the Government provided the first public money for schools, laying down the basis of our national education system. This volume looks at the wide range of charity, religious and private schooling available in Georgian Berkshire.

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Hagbourne – Diary of a Village School 1873-2000

NEW LOWER PRICE. In 1873 a small school was started near Hagbourne Cross, with just a few pupils paying so many pence per week according to their parants’ income. Originally it was prpobably a one class school of all ages with just one teacher.

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Wantage Schooling 1550-1650

SPECIAL REDUCED PRICE A history of what is now Wantage Grammar School including analyses of charitable and parish records together with wills of important people connected with the school. Also with an extensive bibliography.

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