Quorn Schools and Education
Although this section covers the main schools
in the village, Rawlins and the primary (once called National) school, information is also provided about the many private
schools which sprang up in the 18th and 19th century. The extracts
from the log books of the National Schools dating from 1863 are particularly
Total: 137 artefacts returned over 14 pages
| St Bartholomew’s Primary School, summer 1951|
Back row, left to right: ?, ?, ?, John Commons, ?, Roger Sutton, Valerie Dowding, ...... cont.
| St Bartholomew’s Primary School football team, about 1955|
When St Bartholomew’s Primary School was located on School Lane, they did not have their ...... cont.
| St Barts Primary School football team, 1957-58|
St Bartholomew’s Primary School under 11s football team, 1957-58 – Cup and league ...... cont.
| Soar Valley News, April 1977|
The Soar Valley News was a four page, black and white community newspaper/newsletter type ...... cont.
| St Barts Primary School orchestra, 1952-53|
Back row, left to right: John Prevost, Ann England, Gloden Horbury, Brian Holden, Janet ...... cont.
| St Barts Primary School football team, 1954-55|
Back row, left to right: Jack Briers (headmaster), ? Holders, Chris Sharp, Keith Perkins, ...... cont.
| St Barts Primary School football team, 1953-54|
St Bartholomew’s Primary School football team, 1953-54
Back row, left to right: Jack ...... cont.
| Thomas Rawlins Grammar School, Quorn, Senior Speech Day November 1964|
Below is the Senior School Speech Day programme for Rawlins in November 1964. It was ...... cont.
| Vena Grain, 1895 to 1989. Oral history interview from 1985|
Vena Grain was born in Leicester on 21st February 1895, and the family moved to Quorn in ...... cont.
| Quorn National School - Infants, 1890s|
Miss Isabella Corlett (on the right) first came to teach Quorn infants in 1865, when ...... cont.