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Reformatories and Industrial Schools in England and Wales

REFORMATORIES

County Name and Situation of ReformatoryCertified
Bedford Bedfordshire Reformatory for Boys, Carlton, Bedford.April 9, 1857, and April 14, 1902.
Cheshire Bradwall Reformatory for Boys, Sandbach. December 27, 1855.
Saltersford Reformatory for Boys, Holmes Chapel. (Successor to Bradwall, above, c.1916.)
Cumberland Cumberland Reformatory for Boys, Stanwix, Carlisle.May 1, 1855.
Devon Devon and Exeter Reformatory Farm School for Boys, Brampford Wood, Exeter. (Later at Whipton, Exeter.April 17, 1855, and September 14, 1900.
Devon and Exeter Reformatory and Refuge for Girls, 80 Polsloe Road, Exeter.June 26, 1858.
Dorset Dorset Reformatory for Boyss, Milborne, near Blandford.January 28, 1857.
Durham Sunderland Reformatory for Girls, 6 Tatham Street, Sunderland.June 22, 1860.

Sunderland Girls Reformatory, c.1911.
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Essex Cornwall Thames Reformatory School Ship for Boys, off Purfleet.May 2, 1859.
Essex Reformatory for Boys, Harlow.December 13, 1856.
St. Edward's Reformatory for Roman Catholic Boys, Boleyn Castle, East Ham, Plaistow, E. (Closed 1906)October 28, 1870.
St. John's School for Roman Catholic Boys, Shernhall Street Walthamstow. (Replaced St. Edward's above)January 26th, 1906.
Glamorgan Glamorganshire Reformatory for Boys, Howdref Genol, Neath. (Later at Ty Segur, Neath.)March 4, 1858, and March 12, 1875.
Gloucester Hardwick(e) Reformatory for Boys, Hardwick Court, Gloucester.October 4, 1854.
Kingswood Reformatory for Boys, near Bristol,October 4, 1854.

John Wesley's Chapel, Kingswood Reformatory, c.1910.
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Auxiliary Home. Fairlawn, Montague Hill, Bristol.June 9, 1903.
Arno's Court Reformatory for Roman Catholic Girls, near Bristol.April 22, 1856.

Arno's Court Reformatory, c.1924.
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Red Lodge Reformatory for Girls, Red Lodge House, Bristol.December 9, 1854.
Hampshire Hampshire Reformatory for Boys, Eling, Southampton.November 29, 1855.
Herts Herts Reformatory for Boys, Bengeo, Hertford. (Later at Chapmore End, Ware.)November 10, 1857, and February 1, 1901.
Lancashire Akbar Reformatory School Ship for Boys, Rock Ferry.Jan. 3, 1856.
Birkdale Farm School Reformatory for Roman Catholic Boys, Ainsdale, near Southport.November 10, 1871.
Clarence Roman Catholic Reformatory School Ship for Boys, off New Ferry, Liverpool.August 3, 1864.
Farnworth St Aidan's School for Roman Catholic Boys, Farnworth near Widnes.1905.
Lancashire Reformatory for Roman Catholic Girls, Blackbrooke, St. Helen's. (At May Place, Old Swan, Liverpool, from 1876.)June 23, 1869, November 24, 1876, and February 1, 1902.
Liverpool Reformatory Farm School for Boys, Newton-le-Willows.April 6, 1859.
Liverpool Reformatory for Girls, 6 Mount Vernon Green, Liverpool.June 12, 1857.
North Lancashire Reformatory for Boys, Bleasdale, Garstang.September 2, 1857.

Bleasdale Reformatory.
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Manchester and Salford Reformatory for Boys, Blackley, Manchester. (Closed 1905.)October 16, 1857.
Poulton-le-Fylde Farm School for Boys, Poulton-le-Fylde, near Blackpool. (Replaced Blackley, above)May 31st, 1905.

Fylde Farm School, c.1905.
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Parkside School for Girls, Huyton, Liverpool.1917.
Toxteth Park Girls' Reformatory, Park Hill Rd. Liverpool.March 19, 1856.
Leicester Agricultural Colony of Mount St. Bernard's, Whitwick, near Coalville, Loughborough. (Closed 1881.)May 13, 1856
London Hampstead Reformatory for Girls, 9 Church Row, Hampstead.December 29, 1860.
Home in the East Reformatory for Boys, Old.November 29, 1855.
Middlesex Park House Training School for Jewish Boys, Hayes.1920.
Monmouth Monmouthshire Reformatory for Boys, Little Mill, near Pontypool.February 7, 1859.
Norfolk Buxton Reformatory for Boys, Buxton Lamas, near Norwich. (Later an Industrial School.)June 23, 1894, and September 5, 1900.
Northampton Northampton Society's Reformatory School for Boys, Tiffield, near Towcester.January 21, 1856.
Northampton Society's Reformatory for Girls, St Giles' Street, Northampton.November 15, 1871.
Northumberland North-Eastern Reformatory for Boys, Netherton, near Morpeth.June 3, 1857.
Somerset Limpley Stoke, Girls' Reformatory, near Bath.January 9, 1861.
Suffolk Kerrison Reformatory School for Boys, Thorndon, Eye.March 22, 1856, and August 22, 1902.
Industrial Home for Girls, Blackhorse Lane, Ipswich.June 18, 1858.

Thorndon Reformatory.
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Surrey The Boys' Home Reformatory for Boys, Wandsworth Common, S.W.March 26, 1868.
Inval School for Girls, Bunch Lane, Haslemere.1922.
Philanthropic Society's Farm School for Boys, Redhill.September 2, 1856.
Surrey Girls' Reformatory, Netherton House, Clapham Old Town, S.W.May 11, 1870.
Warwick Allesley Farm Reformatory for Girls, Tile, Near Coventry (In 1869 moved to Little Park Street, below).June 27th, 1856.
Birmingham Girls' Reformatory, Cape Hill, Smethwick. (Closed 1879)December 20, 1854.
Saltley Reformatory for Boys, Bordesley Green, Small Heath, Birmingham.August 26, 1854.
Warwickshire Reformatory for Boys, Weston, near Leamington.November 20, 1856, and March 8, 1904.
Warwickshire Reformatory for Girls, 61 Little Park Street, Coventry (In 1907, moved to Knowle Hill, Kenilworth).Feb. 17, 1869.
Wiltshire Wilts Farm School for Boys, Warminster.December 23, 1856, October 1, 1901, and January 1, 1902.
Worcester Stoke Farm Reformatory for Boys, Stoke Works, near Bromsgrove.December 9, 1854.
Woodbury Hill Reformatory for Boys, Shelsey, Worcester.June 9, 1856.
York Calder Farm Reformatory for Boys, Mirfield.December 15, 1855.
Castle Howard Reformatory for Boys, Welburn, York.May 3, 1856.

Castle Howard Reformatory, c.1910.
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Castle Howard Reformatory, early 1900s.
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Doncaster Girls' Reformatory, Doncaster.September 6, 1861.
Leeds East Moor Reformatory for Boys, Adel, Leeds.December 2, 1857.

Leeds East Moor Boys Reformatory, 2008.
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Yorkshire Roman Catholic Girls' Reformatory, Howard Hill, Sheffield.July 26, 1861.
Yorkshire Roman Catholic Reformatory for Boys, near Market Weighton.July 25, 1856.

Market Weighton Reformatory gymnastics group, date unknown.
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Kirkedge Reformatory for Roman Catholic Boys (late "Clarence"), Kirkedge, near Sheffield.September 3, 1901.

RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS

County Name and Situation of Industrial SchoolCertified
Bedfordshire St. Francis' Home Industrial School for Roman Catholic Boys, Shefford, near Bedford..February 7, 1870.
Berkshire St Mary's Home, Hill House, Cold Ash, Newbury.November 27, 1885.
Buckinghamshire Homerton Residential School for Deaf Children, "Rayners", Penn, Bucks..1921.
Carnarvon Clio Industrial School Ship for Boys, Menai Straits, Bangor.August 29, 1877.
Cheshire Albert Memorial Industrial School for Boys, Corporation Road, Birkenhead.February 14, 1866, and March 1, 1899.
Bishop Brown Memorial Industrial School for Roman Catholic Boys, Stockport.September 4, 1885, and May 19, 1904.
Bishop Brown Auxiliary Boys' Home.October 18, 1892.
Chester Industrial School for Boys and Girls, Boughton, Chester.July 3, 1863.
Macclesfield Industrial School for Boys, Brook Street, Macclesfield.May 7,1866.
Sale School for Girls, Northenden Road, Sale.February 14, 1866, and March 1, 1899.
Stockport Industrial School for Boys, Townend House, Higher Hillgate, Stockport. (Later at Offerton Lane, Stockport.)March 7, 1866, and August 16, 1898.
Stockport Industrial School for Girls, Dialstone Lane, Stockport.February 6, 1877, and December 27, 1899.
Cornwall Devon and Cornwall Industrial School Ship Mount Edgcumbe, for Boys, Saltash.May 29, 1877.
Goshawk. Tender to above.August 12, 1899.
Cumberland Chadwick Memorial School for Roman Catholic Boys, Stanwix, Carlisle. (Moved from Newcastle in 1905.)1905 (Closed 1924).
Cumberland County Industrial School for Boys, Cockermouth.August 22, 1881.

Cockermouth Industrial School, c.1910.
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Devon Devon and Exeter Boys' Industrial School, Church Stile House, Exminster.August 7, 1869.
Plymouth Girls' Industrial Home, 1-2 Marina Place, Mutley, Plymouth. (Moved in 1892 to 13-14 Portland Villas, Plymouth.)April 2, 1883, and June 27, 1896.
Dorset Dorset Home Industrial School for Girls, 32 West Street, Poole, Dorset.February 29, 1872.
Auxiliary Home for above at 30 West Street, Poole, Dorset.1916.
Dorset Boys' Industrial School, Milborne, Blandford.September 30, 1881.
Durham Sunderland Boys' Industrial and Ragged School, Silver Street. (In 1912 moved to Prospect House, Prospect Row, Sunderland.)August 26 1856, and June 6, 1865.
County Council of Durham Industrial School for Boys, Earl's House, Witton Gilbert, Durham.June 29, 1885.
Tyne Industrial School Ship Wellesley, for Boys, North Shields.July 24, 1868, and April 16, 1874.
Auxiliary School for above, 15 The Lawe, South Shields.
Green's Home Industrial School for Boys, Mile End Road, South Shields.As a branch of the Wellesley, December 19, 1884.
Abbot Memorial Industrial School for Boys and Girls, Gateshead-on-Tyne.January 27, 1869.
Sunderland Girls' Industrial School, 4 and 5 Tatham Street, Sunderland.August 7, 1869.
St. Joseph's Industrial School for Roman Catholic Girls, Carmel Road, Darlington.March 11, 1893, and August 16, 1898.
Essex Children's Home Industrial School for Girls, The Pastures, Davis Lane, Leytonstone. (Also know as Miss Cotton's Home, and as the Children's Home of the Good Shepherd. IS status ended c.1897.)May 1, 1882.
Essex Industrial School for Boys, Primrose Hill, Chelmsford. (Later at Rainsford Road, Chelmsford.)March 4, 1873, and February 4, 1879.

Essex Industrial School, c.1905.
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Halstead Industrial School for Girls, Halstead.March 12, 1869.
Horwood House School, Witham. (Later at Langford Cross.)1918.
Langford Cross, Heybridge, Maldon. (Replaced Horwood House.)1927.
London County Council Industrial School Ship Shaftesbury, for Boys, off Grays, Essex.July 31, 1878, and November 30, 1880.
North London School for Boys, 115 High Street, Walthamstow. (Originally the North London Truant School.)May 10, 1884, and in 1894.
Royal Eastern Counties Institution for Mentally Defective Girls, Colchester1922.
St. John's Industrial School for Roman Catholic Boys, Shern (or Shearn) Hall Street, Walthamstow, Essex.February 17, 1871.
St. John Baptist's Special School for Roman Catholic Boys (Ophthalmic cases), Woodford Bridge, Essex.1910.
St. Joseph's Special School for Educable Mentally Defective Roman Catholic Boys, Bigod's Hall, Dunmow, Essex.
St. Mary's Roman Catholic Girls' School, Walthamstow House, 1 Shernhall Street, Walthamstow, Essex.1914.
St. Nicholas Industrial School for Roman Catholic Boys, Manor House, Little Ilford, Essex.March 26, 1868.
Thurlby House School for Roman Catholic Mentally Defective Boys, Woodford Bridge, London. (Replaced by St Francis' School, Buntingford, in 1919)1914.
West Ham Fyfield School for Boys, near Ongar, Essex. (Originally a Truant School)May 19, 1885.
Glamorgan Cardiff and Barry School for Boys, Dinas Powis, near Cardiff. (A Truant School until 1910.)April 21, 1899.
Havannah School Ship, Cardiff.December 18, 1861.
South Wales and Monmouthshire School for Boys, Quaker's yard, Treharris, Glam. (Also a Truant School.)November 8, 1893.
Swansea Industrial School for Boys, Bonymaen, Swansea.August 19, 1901.
Gloucester Bristol Park Row Industrial School for Boys.June 30, 1859.
Clifton Industrial School for Boys, Clifton Wood, Bristol. (Later renamed Mardyke House School)October 23, 1866.
Bristol Industrial School Ship Formidable, for Boys, Portishead, near Bristol.November, 18, 1869.
Tender to ditto Polly.February 27, 1875.
Bristol Industrial School for Girls, Stanhope House, Cotham Road, Bristol. (Then at Somerset Street, Kingsdown. Closed 1918.)October 23, 1867, and October 31, 1884.
Carlton House Industrial School for Girls, Carlton House, Southwell Street, Bristol.July 7, 1874.
St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Boys' and Girls' School, Dighton Street, Bristol.1916.
Stoke Park Colony for Mentally Defective Children, Stapleton, Bristol.1909.

Stoke Park Colony, c.1910.
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Hampshire Alresford Industrial School for Girls, Old Alresford.May 5th, 1868.
Milton Industrial School for Boys, Alexandra Road, Farnborough.March 15, 1875, and September 13, 1898.
The Portsmouth and South Hants Girls' Industrial School, Sydenham House, Waterloo, Cosham.July 21, 1881.
Purbrook Industrial School for Boys, Stakes Hill, Purbrook, Cosham, Hants.Nov. 21, 1868, and Oct. 9, 1900.
St. Mary's Industrial Home for Girls, 19 St. Peter Street, Winchester.March 24, 1873.
St. Swithin's Industrial Home for Boys, Winchester.February 29, 1872.
Hereford Hereford Working Boys' Home, Bath Street, Hereford.November 1, 1877.
Hertford Church Farm Industrial School for Boys, East Barnet.June 4, 1863.
Gisburne House School for Girls, Leavesden Road, Watford.October 17, 1912.
St. Elizabeth's Special School for Roman Catholic Epileptic Children, Much Hadham.1909.
St. Francis' Special School for Roman Catholic Mentally Defective Boys, Buntingford. (Replaced Thurlby House, London)January 11, 1919.
Church Farm Industrial School for Boys, East Barnet.June 4, 1863.
Kent East London Industrial School for Boys, Brookbank Road, Lewisham.July 1, 1859, and October 28, 1884.
Home for Little Boys Industrial School, Horton Kirby, Farningham.February 29, 1872.
Kent County Council Industrial School for Boys, Kingsnorth, near Ashford.October 26, 1875.
Kent County Council Industrial School for Girls, 1 Park Row, Greenwich. (Closed 1884.)November 13, 1873.
St/ Mary's Industrial School for Roman Catholic Girls, Torrington Lodge, Eltham.March 20, 1871.
St. Vincent's Industrial School for Roman Catholic Boys, Dartford.February 9, 1872, and July 31, 1878.
St. Vincent's Junior School for Roman Catholic Boys, Northwood Road, Tankerton, Whitstable.January 4, 1899.
Kent (London) Auxiliary Home to the above and others, 17 Westminster Bridge Road, S.E.April 17,1900.
St. Vincent's Junior Industrial School for Roman Catholic Boys, Northwood Road, Whitstable.January 4, 1899.
Lancashire Allerton Priory Special School for Roman Catholic Mentally Defctive Children, Woolton, Liverpool.May 18, 1916.
Barnes Home Industrial School for Boys, Heaton Mersey, near Manchester.June 14, 1871.
Blackbrook House Industrial School for Roman Catholic Girls, near St. Helens.December 23, 1899.
Bolton Industrial School, Lostock, Bolton.June 13, 1870.
Boys' Refuge Industrial School for Roman Catholic Boys, 62 Saint Anne Street, Liverpool.May 10, 1869.
Bolton Industrial School for Boys, Lostock Junction, Bolton.June 13, 1870.
Dovecot Horticultural School for Feeble-minded Girls, Thomas Lane, Knotty Ash, Liverpool.July 18, 1911.
Hightown School for Boys, Hightown, near Liverpool. (Originally a Truant School.)December 13, 1878.
Holy Trinity Industrial School for Boys, 77 Grafton Street, Toxteth Park, Liverpool.October 3, 1870.
Holy Trinity Auxiliary Home, 67 Grafton Street.August 1, 1900, and March, 14, 1904.
Hornby Home for Working Boys, 26 Village Street, Everton, Liverpool.December 2, 1902. In connection with the above.
Industrial School for Girls (and Boys under 8), 13 Nile Street, Liverpool.November 18, 1885.
Liverpool Industrial School for Boys, Everton Terrace, Liverpool.December 3, 1864.
Liverpool Industrial School for Girls, Branch Home, 39 Northumberland Terrace, Liverpool.January 5, 1878.
Liverpool Roman Catholic Female Orphanage, 65 Falkner Street, Liverpool.October 16, 1868.
Manchester Branch Industrial School for Girls, Sale, near Manchester.April 21, 1877.
Manchester Industrial School for Boys, Ardwick Green.April 6, 1859.
Manchester Industrial School Auxiliary Home, 59 Ardwick Green.November 28, 1900, and March 22, 1901.
Orphanage Industrial School for Roman Catholic Boys, Beacon Lane, Liverpool.July 21, 1868.
Pontville Special School for Roman Catholic Mentally Defective Children, Aughton, Ormskirk.February 27, 1911.
St. Ann's Industrial School for Roman Catholic Boys, 46 Burlington Street, Ashton-under-Lyne.)October 8, 1869.
St. Anne's Industrial School for Roman Catholic Girls, 63 Mason Street, Edge Hill, Liverpool. (Later at Freshfield, near Liverpool. In 1922 taken over by St George's Boys' School.)June 13, 1867, and June 26, 1886.
St. Christopher's Special School for Girls, Chesterfield Road, Great Crosby, near Liverpool.1918.
St. Elizabeth's Industrial School for Roman Catholic Girls, 64 Breckfield Road South, Liverpool.December 30, 1861.
St. George's Industrial School for Roman Catholic Boys, West Derby Road, Liverpool.December 30, 1861.
St George's Auxiliary Home, 47 Everton Road, Liverpool.April 5, 1904.
St. Joseph's Industrial School for Roman Catholic Boys, Richmond Grove, Longsight, Manchester.June 14, 1871.
St. Joseph's Industrial School for Roman Catholic Girls, Victoria Road, Victoria Park, Manchester and Agnew House, Lytham.August 2 1871, and September 2, 1884.
St. Joseph's Working Boys' Home, 6 Richmond Grove, Longsight, Manchester.June 24, 1882.

St Joseph's, Longsight, c.1905.
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St. Lucy's Home for Roman Catholic Girls (Ophthalmic Cases), 12 Holly Road, Fairfield, Liverpool.December 20, 1917.
St. Mary's Industrial School, Kirkdale, Liverpool.December 30, 1861.
St. Mary's Branch Industrial School for Boys, Walton Road, Kirkdale, Liverpool.October 21, 1870.
St. Mary's Branch Industrial School for Girls, Stanley Road, Kirkdale, Liverpool.
St. Thomas's Home Industrial School for Roman Catholic Boys, Hesketh Street, Ashton-on-Ribble, Preston.May 29, 1901, and Oct. 24, 1903.
St Vincent's Home for Working Boys, 105 Shaw Street, Liverpool.June 26, 1893, and April 2, 1895.
Tulketh Hall Boys' Home, Preston (Linked to St. Thomas' Home).May 29, 1901.
Leicester Leicester Industrial School for Boys, Desford, near Leicester.January 13, 1881.
Desford Boys' Hostel, 132 Highcross Street, Leicester.
Middlesex Hayes Certified School for Jewish Boys, Yeading House, Hayes End, Middlesex.December 7, 1900.
London County Council's Industrial School for Boys, Feltham.February 13, 1867.
Pield Heath House Special School for Mentally Defective Roman Catholic Girls, Hillingdon.April 22, 1909.
St. Mary's Roman Catholic Boys' School, North Hyde, Southall.September 18, 1914.
St. Vincent's Home for Roman Catholic Crippled Boys, Clarence Road, Clapham Park, London. (From 1912 at Eastcote, Pinner.)April 14, 1910.
London The Boys' Home, Regent's Park Road, Primrose Hill, N.W.November 18, 1865.

Regents' Park Boys' Home, c.1910.
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Regents' Park Boys' Home printing shop, c.1910.
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Regents' Park Boys' Home "chair drill", c.1910.
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Boys' Refuge Industrial School, 28 Commercial Street, Whitechapel.June 6, 1867.
Bridge House, Industrial Home, Wandsworth, London.October 18, 1858.
Cripples Home, Female Refuge, Northumberland House, 17a Marylebone Road, London N.W.February 27, 1864.
East London Industrial School for Boys, 43 Leman Street Whitechapel. (Later at 19 Brookbank Road, Lewisham S.E.13.)March 28, 1873.

East London Industrial School band, c.1909.
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Elm House, Industrial Home for Girls, 11 Parson's Green, Fulham, S.W.July 9, 1859, and March 8, 1890.
Field Lane Industrial School for Boys, Hillfield Road, West Hampstead, N.W.July 19, 1870, October 12, 1878, and November, 1892.
The Grotto Home for Working Boys, 55 Paddington Street, Marylebone, N.W. (Later at 19-21 Southampton Street, Fitzroy Square, W.1.)December 4, 1900.
Haddo House Home for Working Boys, 88 Blackfriars Road, S.E.1.1915.
Hayes Industrial School for Jewish Boys, Hayes, Uxbridge.December 7, 1900.
The Industrial Home for Girls, 3 Franklin's Row, Chelsea S.W..December 22, 1864.
King Edward Industrial School for Girls, Albert Street, Mile End New Town, E. (Then at Andrew's Road, Cambridge Heath, Hackney, E.)February 15, 1872, and January 21, 1875.
London County Council Industrial School for Boys, Upton House, Urswick Road, Homerton, E. (Originally a Truant School)October 8, 1878, and February 7, 1885.
London County Council Industrial School for Girls, Gordon House, Isleworth.December 1, 1897, and December 3, 1900.
London County Council Residential Home for Mentally Defective Boys,48-50 Acre Lane, Brixton, S.W.2.May 25, 1906.
Maurice Girls' Home, 22 Charlotte Street, Portland Place, W.May 4, 1867, and October 27, 1874.
Montefiore House School for Jewish Girls, 69 Stamford Hill, N.16.January 9, 1906.
Nazareth House Industrial School for Roman Catholic Girls, Isleworth.September 11, 1899.
Rossie House Home for Working Boys, 16 Queen Square, Bloomsbury, W.C.1.1915.
St. Anne's Special School for Roman Catholic Girls (Ophthalmic Cases), 317 Portobello Road, Notting Hill, W.10.October 7, 1910.
St. Margaret's Industrial School for Roman Catholic Girls, Holcombe House, Mill Hill, N.W.June 2, 1871.
St. Patrick's Home for Roman Catholic Boys from Industrial Schools, 14 Manette Street, W.C.April 24, 1899, and February 17, 1902.
St. Paul's Industrial School for Boys, Burdett Road, Limehouse.February 28, 1873.
St. Stephen's Industrial School for Roman Catholic Boys, Blyth House, Brook Green..February 21, 1872.
Sara Pyke House, 45 Great Prescot Street, Aldgate E.1. (Auxiliary home for Montefiore House.)1920.
School of Discipline, 2 Queen's Road, West Chelsea. July 9, 1859.
Sloane Street Home for Girls, 125 Sloane Street, Chelsea.April, 1859.
Auxiliary Girls' Homes: Chelsea Home, 3 Smith Street, King's Road, S.W.; Chelsea Home, 94 Oakley Street, Chelsea S.W.3.; Ealing Home, 31 Grange Park, Ealing, W.; Ealing Hostel, 50 The Grove, Ealing, W.5.; Fotherby House, 61 St. Charles Square, North Kensington, W.10.; Hackney Home, 14 Sutton Place, Hackney, E.; MABYS Hostel, 40 Portsdown Road, Marylebone W.9.; Marylebone Home, 151 Marylebone Road, N.W.; Peckham Home, 9 Albert Road, Peckham, S.E.
Norfolk Buxton Industrial School for Boys, Buxton Lamas, near Norwich. (Later known as the Red House Farm School.)June 23, 1894, and September 5, 1900.

Buxton Industrial School, c.1905.
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Norfolk Industrial School for Girls, FakenhamNovember 17, 1868.
Northumberland Ashburton House Industrial School for Roman Catholic Girls, Gosforth, Newcastle-on-Tyne.January 30, 1884.
Chadwick Memorial Industrial School for Roman Catholic Boys, Town Moor, Newcastle-on-Tyne. (Moved to Carlisle in 1905.)December 27, 1882.
Newcastle-on-Tyne Boys Home and School, Jubilee Road, Newcastle-on-Tyne. (From 1922 at Axwell Park, Blaydon-on-Tyne, Durham.)June 3, 1859.
Newcastle-on-Tyne Boys' Auxiliary Home - The Boys' Refuge, 204 Westmoreland Road, Newcastle-on-Tyne.
Northumberland Village Homes Industrial School for Girls, Whitley-on-Sea, near Tynemouth.June 6, 1879.
Northumberland Association's Industrial Home for Girls, at Plain Mellor, Haltwhistle.July 9, 1885.
St. Vincent's Industrial School for Roman Catholic Boys, Brunel Terrace, Elswick, Newcastle-onTyne.February 24, 1894.
Wellesley Nautical School for Boys, Links Road, Blyth, Northumberland. (After burning of ship in 1914.)February 24, 1894.
Oxford St. Michael's Home for Girls, Shipton-under-Wychwood, Oxfordshire.May 15, 1900.
Somerset Somerset Industrial Home for Boys, Devonshire House, Wells Road, Bath. (From 1880 at Lower Bristol Road, Twerton, Bath.)July 19, 1866.
Industrial School for Roman Catholic Boys, Cannington, near Bridgwater. (From 1917 moved to Prior Park School, Prior Park, Bath.)November 17, 1868.
Industrial School for Girls, Bailbrook, Bath. (Later at 17 Walcot Parade, Bath.)September 22, 1870, and April 17, 1876.
National Nautical School, Portishead, Somerset. (Formerly Training Ship Formidable).December 19, 1905.
Stafford The Beacon School for Boys, Beacon Street, Lichfield. (Originally a Truant School.)December 28, 1893.
Boys' Farm Home, Standon Bridge, near Eccleshall.October 16, 1885.
St. Winifred's Home for Girls, Whitmore Reans, Wolverhampton.January 9, 1911.
Stafford County Council Industrial School for Boys, Werrington, near Stoke.March 21, 1868.
Stafford County Council Girls' Industrial School, The Wissage, Lichfield.(Later County Home for Girls, Sandon Road, Stafford.)October 30, 1889.
Suffolk Industrial Home for Boys, Walsham-le-Willows.August 3, 1896.
Industrial Home for Girls, Ipswich.June 18, 1858.
Auxiliary Home, Battery Green, Lowestoft, in connection with Feltham and Mayford Industrial Schools.June 21, 1902.
Suffolk Reformatory School for Boys, Thorndon, Eye.March 22, 1856.
Surrey London County Council's Industrial School for Boys, Mayford, near Woking.October 29, 1884, and August 30, 1887.
London County Council Industrial School for Little Boys, King's Road, Clapham Park, S.W.November 20, 1903.
Philanthropic Society's Farm School for Boys, Redhill, Reigate.September 2, 1856.
Princess Mary Village Homes Industrial School for Girls, Addlestone, near Weybridge.February 26, 1872.
Robin House School for Boys, 6 Moorland Road, Croydon.January 6, 1920.
St. Mary's Industrial School for Roman Catholic Girls, Wellesley Road, West Croydon. Annexe at 24 Howard Road, South Norwood. E.March 20, 1871, September 1, 1886, and March 8, 1897.
St. Monica's Home for Girls, 28-29 The Waldron's, Croydon.September 15, 1913.
Surrey Industrial School for Boys, Byfleet.August 7, 1871.
Sussex Brighton Town and London County Council Industrial School for Boys, Portslade, Brighton.May 3, 1902.

Portslade Industrial School, c.1910.
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Brighton and Preston School Board Industrial School, Purley Lodge, Patcham, near Brighton. (Closed 1905.)October 12, 1882.
Brighton and Preston Board Industrial School for Boys, North Common, Chailey, Sussex. (Later became The Heritage Craft Schools for Crippled Children.)June 9, 1875.
St Mary's Home for Girls, Buxted, Sussex.1913.
Warwick Birmingham Town Council Industrial School for Boys, Shustoke, Coleshill.Feb. 18, 1868.
Birmingham School Board Industrial School for Girls, Sparkbrook, Birmingham. (Closed 1877.)April 16, 1873.
Birmingham Free Industrial School for Boys, Gem Street, Birmingham. (Later at Balden Road, Harborne. Later known as Ansell School.)March 26, 1868, and December 20, 1902.

Harborne Industrial School, c.1910.
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Girls' Industrial Home, Leicester Street, Swan Street, Coventry. (Later at 43 Leicester Street, Coventry. Later known as Newfield School.)January, 1863, and October 5, 1889.
Penn Street Industrial School for Boys, Deritend, Birmingham. (Later at Witton, Birmingham.)January 30, 1863, and June 13, 1902.
Vale Street Industrial School for Girls, Birmingham.September 25, 1866.
Wiltshire St. Elizabeth's Industrial School for Roman Catholic Girls, Exeter Street, Salisbury.December 19, 1870.
Worcestershire Besford Court Special School for Roman Catholic Mentally Defective Boys, near Defford, Worcester.1918.
Yorkshire The Beckett Home for Girls, Meanwood, Leeds.May 19, 1887.
Bradford Catholic Working Boys' Home, 147 Grafton Street, Bradford.December 13, 1902.
Broomfield's Industrial School, Wakefield Road, Bradford.December 13, 1902.
Hull Industrial School for Girls, Park Avenue, Hull.October 25, 1884, and July 17, 1888.
Hull Industrial Schools.March 24, 1862.
Hull Industrial School Ship Southampton.July 31, 1868.
Humber Industrial School Ship Southampton, for Boys, Hull.July 31, 1868.
Leeds Certified Industrial School for Girls, Windsor House, Windsor Street, Burmantofts.September 22, 1870.
Leeds Industrial School for Boys, Shadwell Lane, Moortown, Leeds.March 25, 1862, May 22, 1877, and June 19, 1879.
Leeds Industrial School for Girls, Windsor House, Windsor Street, Burmantofts.September 22, 1870.
Leeds Industrial School for Girls, Thorparch, near Leeds.January 4, 1896.
Middlesbrough Industrial School for Boys, Roman Road, Linthorpe, Middlesbrough.November 19, 1874.
Shibden Industrial School for Roman Catholic Boys, Shibden, near Halifax.November 1, 1877.
St. Vincent's Auxiliary Home for Roman Catholic Boys, Howarth Street, Leeds. (Later at Morphet Grove.)December 6, 1898.
York Industrial School for Boys, Marygate, York.July 18, 1858.
St Hilda's School for Girls, 84 Lowther St., York. (Also at 43 Lower Eldon Street)June 25, 1877.
Yorkshire Industrial School for Roman Catholic Girls, Howard Hill, Walkley, Sheffield.November 16, 1875, and September 24, 1887.

CERTIFIED TRUANT INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS

County Name and Situation of Truant Industrial SchoolCertified
Devon The Plymouth Truant Industrial School for Boys, Laira House, Plymouth.March 7, 1882.
Essex North London Truant Industrial School for Boys, High Street, Walthamstow, under the joint management of the Tottenham, Hornsey, and Edmonton Education Committees.May 10, 1884.
West Ham Truant Industrial School for Boys, Fyfield, Ongar, Essex.May 19, 1885.
Glamorgan South Wales and Monmouthshire Truant Industrial School for Boys, Quaker's Yard, Treharris, R.S.O.November 8, 1893.
Cardiff and Barry Truant Industrial School for Boys, Dinas Powis, Cardiff.April 21, 1899.
Gloucester Bristol Truant Industrial School for Boys, 9 South-well Street, Bristol.July 27, 1883.
Lancashire Liverpool Truant Industrial School for Boys, High-town, near Liverpool.December 13, 1878.
London London County Council Truant Industrial School for Boys, Upton House, Urswick Road, Homerton, E.October 8, 1878, and February 7, 1885.
London County Council Truant Industrial School for Boys, Highbury Grove, N.March 12, 1891.
The Chiswick and Heston Truant Industrial School for Boys, Holme Court, Isleworth.May 15. 1891, and February 21, 1901.
Staffordshire Burton-on-Trent, Walsall, and West Bromwich Truant Industrial School for Boys, Beacon Street, Lichfield.December 28, 1893.
Sussex Brighton Truant Industrial School for Boys, Purley Lodge, Patcham.October 13, 1882.
Yorkshire Hull Truant Industrial School for Boys, Marlborough Terrace, Hull.July 1, 1884.
Sheffield Truant Industrial School for Boys, Hollow Meadows, near Sheffield.March 5, 1879.

DAY INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS

CountyName and Situation of Day Industrial SchoolCertified
Durham Sunderland Day Industrial School, The Green, Bishopwearmouth.June 7, 1884.
Gloucester Bristol Day Industrial School,' Temple Backs, Bristol.October 3, 1877, May 29, 1889, and June 5, 1903.
Lancashire South Corporation Day Industrial School, Park Lane, Liverpool.May 4, 1878, and June 5, 1903.
Kirkdale Day Industrial School, Major Street, Kirk-dale, Liverpool.August 27, 1878, and December 7, 1903.
Bond Street Day Industrial School, Bond Street, Liverpool.June 15, 1878, May 16, 1888, and June 5, 1903.
Queensland Street Day Industrial School, Queensland Street, Edge Hill, Liverpool.February 4, 1884, and June 5, 1903.
Addison Street Day Industrial School, Addison Street.March 6, 1891.
Manchester Day Industrial School, Mill Street, Ancoats, Manchester.January 11, 1889.
Blackburn Day Industrial School, Mayson Street, Blackburn.October, 1890, and January 11, 1904.
Salford Day Industrial School, Albion Street, Salford.October 6, 1885.
Bootle Day Industrial School, Marsh Lane, Bootle.December 3, 1895.
London London County Council Day Industrial School, Goldsmith Street, Drury Lane, W.C.August 23, 1895.
London County Council Day Industrial School, Brunswick Road, Poplar, E.September 12, 1901.
London County Council Day Industrial School, Ponton Road, Nine Elms, S.W.April 7, 1902.
Nottingham Nottingham Day Industrial School, George Street, Nottingham.February 1, 1886, and June 5, 1903.
Oxford Oxford Day Industrial School, 60 St. Aldate's Street, Oxford.January 29, 1879, and June 5, 1903.
Stafford Wolverhampton Day Industrial School, Salop St., Wolverhampton.Sept. 2, 1881, and June 11, 1903.
Yorkshire Edgar Street Day Industrial School, Edgar Street, Leeds.July 22, 1881, and June 5, 1903.
Czar Street Day Industrial School, Czar Street, Holbeck, Leeds.October 20, 1891, and January 1, 1899.

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