Memories of school before the Great War
"Unsuited to present-day requirements" - Trains make teaching difficult: School Managers' complaint to County Council.
from W L Rogers Report on Social Conditions in Harpenden in 1858
A paper read by the Honorary Secretary, Lieut.-Colonel Durnford, at a meeting of the Subscribers and Parents of Scholars, held on 18th of December 1891.
Derived from Harpenden Free Press articles, 1952 &1958 and "Harpenden British Schools" by Lieut.-Col. Durnford, 1891
A Brief History of the Origins of St George's School
British School from 1850, Council Offices from 1898
Memories of St Nicholas, Victoria Road and Manland schools
An orphange for "friendless little girls"
Our history, dating back to 1858, including photos and artefacts.
The British School, which later became the Council School in Victoria Road and eventually Manland School, was opened in 1850 ...
Private, informal and voluntary
Celebrating the school's 150th anniversary in 2008, with some updates
from the Parish Magazine August 1960
Harpenden's Board School - and new uses when the school moved to Manland