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1 Rules discovered for pupils entering The National School in Church Street (1941) 36
2 Certificates and prizes to girls of Seaham Secondary School (1940) 46
3 New Roman Catholic School to be built next to Mary Magdalene's Church (1939) 36
4 Opening of the new Deneside School (1935) 40
5 Retirement of Thomas Dobson after 37 years teaching (1933) 46
6 Opening of new Seaham Intermediate School on Station Road (1930) 54
7 Byron Tce School repairs and ARP preparations (from School Log Book) 69
8 Staff at Byron Tce School (from Log Book) 1960's and 1970's 114
9 Log book of New Seaham Council School Infants Dept (Byron Terrace) 1912 to 1965 281
10 Death of Hannah Forster - owner of private Seaham school (1926) 81
11 Opening of St Joseph's Roman Catholic School (1926) 81
12 Foundation stone of new Roman Catholic School laid near Seaham Colliery station (1925) 66
13 1036 children to be fed breakfast and dinner at Seaham schools (1921) 185
14 Retirement of Headmistress Miss Doherty from Seaham Harbour School (1920) 81
15 Auction of salvaged material from Ropery Walk Corrugated Iron School (1914) 84
16 Fifty children in Seaham schools without socks and shoes (1914) 81
17 Temporary school at Ropery Walk completed (1909) 95
18 Education Committee purchase Ropery Walk School from Londonderry (1908) 101
19 New Infant School opened at Seaham Harbour (1898) 111
20 New Cottages School 1865 to 1909 / Dawdon Mission Room 147
 
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