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SWAYLANDS SCHOOL, KENT


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Reference ACC/3605
Covering dates 1957-1959
Held by London Metropolitan Archives
Extent 3 volumes and 1 print
Creators Swaylands School, Kent
Related information The records of the Middlesex County Council, including Education Committee minutes and the records of the Education Department are held by the Greater London Record Office.

Administrative history:
Swaylands School was a residential special school for educationally subnormal boys maintained by Middlesex County Council.
After the passing of the 1944 Education Act, the MCC expanded its provision for special education increasing its numbers of residential schools from one to ten, many accommodated in large mansions in the home counties. Swaylands was a 19th century Tudor style house situated at Penshurst, near Tonbridge, in Kent.

Contents:
Photographs of the school



PHOTOGRAPHS  [no ref. or date]

Album containing photographs of gymnasium, school sports, woodwork, farming, school dentist, clothing store, and teaching methods for juniors  ACC/3605/001  1957? - 1959?

19 photographs in 1 volume

Album containing photographs of woodwork, pottery, entrance class, school sports, prize giving, and leaving school at end of term  ACC/3605/002  1957? - 1958

19 photographs in 1 volume

Album containing photographs of school fete  ACC/3605/003  1959

12 photographs in 1 volume

Exterior view of large house, probably Swaylands. Formerly framed  ACC/3605/004  n.d

1 print

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