Wednesday, 4 March 2020

Empire Day - June 1907 - Lowfield School, Sheffield


This was the original poster for the event but I came across this postcard of the event


Historic England has this to say about the school

"Lowfield Board School was built in 1874 in a Gothic Revival style. It was one of the earliest board schools. It catered for 305 boys, 220 girls and 260 infants. The Sheffield School Board employed the architects Innocent and Brown. By 1889 they had twenty six schools and were planning four more. Lowfield Community Primary School is still educating children today (2020).




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