Borden Grammar School - the early years part 2

This article continues Bryan Short's history of the School.

 

Grave Irregularities

Mr. Bond proceeded with his work at the School.  Staff were recruited.  Advertisements placed in newspapers throughout the County brought in pupils, and the School roll rose.  Clause 51 of the Scheme required the Head Master to provide the Governors with a written report on the School's progress.  Mr Bond produced his first report, covering the year October 1878 to October 1879. 

Borden Grammar School - the early years part 1

This article has been reproduced from 2009 in advance of publishing further chapters of the history of the school.

Founding a School in the 1870s

The founding of Barrows Boys School (as it was first called) began, continued and ended in controversy, culminating in the resignation of the entire Governing Body in 1880.