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monument Word or Phrase:TRAINING SCHOOL WATCH OFFICE (641/41) *  
Definition:Based on a typical 18ft span, 40ft long temporary brick hut but with two bay windows in the front elevation, one for the watch office and one for the chief instructor.

monument Word or Phrase:BRITISH AND FOREIGN SOCIETY SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school founded by the British and Foreign Society to provide non-denominational education. Usually built and supported by voluntary contributions.

monument Word or Phrase:TRAINING SCHOOL WATCH OFFICE *  
Definition:Based on a typical 18ft span, 40ft long temporary brick hut but with two bay windows in the front elevation, one for the watch office and one for the chief instructor.

monument Word or Phrase:AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL SCHOOL *  
Definition:A special school to train personnel for employment in Air Traffic Control and operation duties.

monument Word or Phrase:SECONDARY MODERN SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school attended by children between the ages of eleven and sixteen offering a vocationally orientated curriculum.

monument Word or Phrase:CHARTIST COLONY SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school used by the children of settlers at a Chartist Colony.

monument Word or Phrase:NURSES TRAINING SCHOOL *  
Definition:An establishment for the theoretical and practical training of nurses.

monument Word or Phrase:SCHOOL BOARDING HOUSE *  
Definition:A building, usually within the grounds of a school and often containing dormitories, used by pupils who board.

monument Word or Phrase:COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL *  
Definition:A usually large school providing courses for children of all abilities, between the ages of eleven and sixteen.

monument Word or Phrase:SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND *  
Definition:A specialist school for the teaching of blind people.

monument Word or Phrase:ARCHITECTURE SCHOOL *  
Definition:An educational establishment where the art and theory of building and construction is taught.

monument Word or Phrase:PHILOLOGICAL SCHOOL *  
Definition:A place where the science of historical and comparative language is taught.

monument Word or Phrase:ROMANY GYPSY SCHOOL *  
Definition:Boarding school for children of Travellers and Romany Gypsies while their parents were away on agricultural work

monument Word or Phrase:SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF *  
Definition:A specialist school for the teaching of deaf people.

monument Word or Phrase:PREPARATORY SCHOOL *  
Definition:An independent school for children up to the age of 11 or 13 in which pupils are prepared for entry into a public school.

monument Word or Phrase:PROPRIETARY SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school in which the funds were raised through a system of shareholding whereby parents bought shares in the school and thus paid for their children's education.

monument Word or Phrase:ELEMENTARY SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school in which elementary subjects are taught to young children.

monument Word or Phrase:INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL *  
Definition:A boarding or day school for children who had committed minor crimes or who lived in circumstances where they were likely to commit crime.

monument Word or Phrase:ARTILLERY SCHOOL *  
Definition:A training establishment for gunnery personnel.

monument Word or Phrase:SECONDARY SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school attended by children between the ages of eleven and sixteen.

monument Word or Phrase:TECHNICAL SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school where the applied sciences and the mechanical arts are taught.

monument Word or Phrase:VOLUNTARY SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school built and/or supported by voluntary contributions.

monument Word or Phrase:BOARDING SCHOOL *  
Definition:A private school offering term time accommodation for pupils being taught there.

monument Word or Phrase:DIVINITY SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school where theological subjects are taught.

monument Word or Phrase:HOSPITAL SCHOOL *  
Definition:A charity school, usually housed in an almshouse.

monument Word or Phrase:NATIONAL SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school established by the National Society which was founded in 1811 to promote the education of the poor.

monument Word or Phrase:OPEN AIR SCHOOL *  
Definition:An early to mid 20th century school designed to effect maximum ventilation and sunlight for its pupils.

monument Word or Phrase:PAVILION SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school design consisting of single-storey buildings with classrooms entered from a verandah.

monument Word or Phrase:TRAINING SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school where specialist skills, relating to a particular subject, are taught. Use specific type where known.

monument Word or Phrase:ACADEMY SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school that is directly funded by central government (specifically, the Department for Education) and independent of direct control by local government in England.

monument Word or Phrase:CHARITY SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school established by a charity.

monument Word or Phrase:CONVENT SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school conducted by members of a convent.

monument Word or Phrase:FENCING SCHOOL *  
Definition:An establishment where the art of sword fencing is taught.

monument Word or Phrase:GRAMMAR SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school founded in or before the 16th century, for teaching Latin, later becoming a secondary school teaching languages, history, science, etc.

monument Word or Phrase:ISLAMIC SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school in which students are taught according to the beliefs of the muslim faith.

monument Word or Phrase:NURSERY SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school for pre-Infant school children, usually 3-5 years old.

monument Word or Phrase:PRIMARY SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school which combines the functions of both Infant and Junior Schools, teaching children up to the age of eleven. Use specific type where known.

monument Word or Phrase:PRIVATE SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school that is established, run and supported by a private, non-governmental body.

monument Word or Phrase:SEASIDE SCHOOL *  
Definition:School built by the local Education Authority to provide residental Schooling at the seaside for children from urban communities.

monument Word or Phrase:SPECIAL SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school for pupils with physical or learning difficulties.

monument Word or Phrase:BALLET SCHOOL *  
Definition:A training school where ballet is taught.

monument Word or Phrase:CHURCH SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school run by a christian church.

monument Word or Phrase:DENTAL SCHOOL *  
Definition:An educational establishment where dentistry is taught.

monument Word or Phrase:INFANT SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school where young children, usually under the age of seven, are taught.

monument Word or Phrase:JEWISH SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school where Jewish children are educated.

monument Word or Phrase:JUNIOR SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school attended by children between the ages of seven and eleven.

monument Word or Phrase:ORPHAN SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school for parentless children.

monument Word or Phrase:PARISH SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school serving or supported by a parish. Usually teaching religious as well as conventional education.

monument Word or Phrase:PAUPER SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school for the teaching of poor children, often the recipients of Poor Law relief.

monument Word or Phrase:PUBLIC SCHOOL *  
Definition:An endowed school providing a liberal education for such as can afford it.

monument Word or Phrase:RAGGED SCHOOL *  
Definition:A free school for poor children.

monument Word or Phrase:RIDING SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school for instruction in the art of horsemanship.

monument Word or Phrase:SCHOOL CLINIC *  
Definition:A place at a school where children receive medical advice, health checks and treatment.

monument Word or Phrase:SUNDAY SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school in which instruction is given on a Sunday, especially such a school for children connected with a parish or congregation.

monument Word or Phrase:BOARD SCHOOL *  
Definition:19th century school administered by a school board.

monument Word or Phrase:CHOIR SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school associated with a cathedral or college originally intended to provide a general education for their choristers.

monument Word or Phrase:DRAMA SCHOOL *  
Definition:A building where students study theatre and the dramatic arts.

monument Word or Phrase:MUSIC SCHOOL *  
Definition:A building or school where music is taught.

monument Word or Phrase:SCHOOL HOUSE *  
Definition:A building appropriated by a school for the purpose of teaching pupils.

monument Word or Phrase:TRADE SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school where handicrafts are taught.

monument Word or Phrase:DAME SCHOOL *  
Definition:A kind of primary school kept by elderly women.

monument Word or Phrase:FREE SCHOOL *  
Definition:A school where no fees were charged.

monument Word or Phrase:SCHOOL HALL *  
Definition:A large room or building at a school used for assembly and other activities.

monument Word or Phrase:ART SCHOOL *  
Definition:A place where the creative arts are taught to students.

monument Word or Phrase:LAW SCHOOL *  
Definition:An educational establishment where law is taught.

monument Word or Phrase:SCHOOLROOM *  
Definition:A room in a school devoted to the formal instruction of pupils.

monument Word or Phrase:SCHOOL *  
Definition:An establishment in which people, usually children, are taught.

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English Heritage National Monuments Record

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