History of the British School, Kettering
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History of the British School, Kettering 1834-1891, and to its close 1907.. by Arthur Lenton

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Our rich history stems back more than years. It's summarized here, or you can visit the Archives for a more in-depth look. The Kettering University Archives is located at Factory One in Flint. The focus at the archives is to preserve and provide access to the history of Kettering University, the automotive industry and Flint. A talk/lecture on the history of the Kettering group can be provided to interested organisations. For schools, astronomical societies, and local clubs, the only cost will be transport to/from the north-east of England, usually the cost of running a car. For more formal groups, a fee . The following information was taken from the school log books. These books contain a written record of the school. But as Kettering already had a Church school, a Board was not elected until , in spite of elections in and again in we would love to include them in our school history. I was two months short of my 12th birthday. King's was an old-fashioned boys' grammar school in the pleasant town of Macclesfield in East Cheshire. The school had been founded in the 16th century by Edward VI; hence the name. I had been told that King's was a strict school and that the slipper was in regular use. I was not unduly concerned.

History. One of its early seats was a small building on Gold Street that was demolished during the s. The final incarnation of the school was on Windmill Avenue, to the east of the town north of Wicksteed to , the school had shared a purpose-built premises on Bowling Green Road (A) with its girls' equivalent - Kettering High School. Education and personal life. Jack Rodney Laundon was born 28 July in Kettering, was educated at Park Road School, Kettering Central School and Kettering Grammar School, and then worked at the British Museum (Natural History) from - , mainly in the lichen section. He married Rita June Bransby in and they had one daughter. Kettering University (formerly General Motors Institute of Technology) is a private university in Flint, offers bachelor's and master's degrees in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) and business ing University undergraduate students are required to complete at least five co-op terms to graduate. Students gain paid work experience in a variety of. 33 photo books on Kettering and the surrounding area. See All Books Memories of Kettering Read and share your memories of Kettering itself or of a particular photo of Kettering. There are 17 memories of Kettering to read. Here are one or two to get you started! Local Memories.

A Short History of the "Kettering Group" The text below was published in the book "Cytringainian Farewell, Kettering Grammar/Boys School ()". It is Geoff Perry's account the satellite tracking work done at the Kettering Grammar/Boys School. The text is unedited. I . In Geoff Perry and Derek Slater, both science teachers at Kettering Grammar School in Northamptonshire, started to piece together radio equipment to see if they could hear signals from any of the new orbiting satellites.. Success came quickly – within the first two years they managed to track signals from two Soviet missions: Sputnik 4 and Cosmos 4. Kettering is a large market and industrial town in Northamptonshire, England, 70 miles ( km) north of London and 15 miles (24 km) northeast of Northampton, west of the River Ise, a tributary of the River name means "the place (or territory) of Ketter's people (or kinsfolk)". At the census, it had a population of 93, The town is twinned with Lahnstein, in Germany and. The landscape artist Sir Alfred East was born in Kettering. He died in The artist Thomas Cooper Gotch was born in Kettering. He died in Kettering railway station was opened, in May, by the Midland Railway. The Fuller Baptist Church in Gold Street, Kettering, was built. The Town Hall and Corn Exchange was built. s.