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Education in Norfolk

Bibliography and further reading

  • P B Cliff, The Rise and Development of the Sunday School Movement in England, 1780-1980 (Redhill, 1986). Available through Norfolk Library Service
  • S J Curtis and M E A Boultwood, An Introductory History of Education since 1800 (London, 1966)
  • T W Fanthorpe, The Story of Holt Hall: Medieval Manor, Victorian Country House, Boarding School and Field Study Centre (Wellington, Somerset, 2007). Available through the Norfolk Library Service
  • P Horn, The Victorian and Edwardian School Child, (Gloucester, 1989)
  • A Longcroft and S Wade-Mardins (eds), Building an Education: An Historical and Architectural Study of Rural Schools and Schooling in Norfolk c1800-1944, Journal of the Norfolk Historic Buildings Group, volume 5 (2013)
  • S Maclure, The Inspectors’ Calling: HMI and the shaping of educational policy, 1945-1992 (London, 2000). Available through the Norfolk Library Service
  • A Morton, Education and the State from 1833 (Kew, 1997).
  • Norfolk Education Committee, The Handbook of Education Week held in Norwich from September 27th to October 3rd, 1925 (Norfolk County Council, 1925)
  • Norfolk Education Committee, Education in Norfolk, 1950-1960 (Norfolk County Council, c1960)
  • Norfolk Education Committee, Ten Years: a Review of Education in Norfolk, 1960-1970 (Norfolk County Council, c1970)
  • Norfolk Education Committee, Education in Norfolk, 1970: a statement of principles (Norfolk County Council, c1970)
  • J Richardson, The Local Historian's Encyclopaedia (New Barnet, 1993), pp 141-146
  • J Sperandio, ‘Secondary Schools for Norwich Girls 1850-1910: demand or benevolently supplied?’ in Gender and Education, volume 14, no.4, pp391-410 (Abingdon, 2002)
  • W B Stephens, Education in Britain, 1750-1914 (Basingstoke, 1998). Available through the Norfolk Library Service
  • W B Stephens and R W Unwin, Materials for the Local and Regional Study of Schooling, 1700-1900 (London, 1987)
  • D Stranack, Schools at War: A Story of Education, Evacuation and Endurance in the Second World War (Chichester, 2005)
  • J Bull (ed), The Story of Keswick Hall: Church of England College of Education, 1839-1981 (Wymondham, 1981)