Schstimeline

1789

‘Wanted, in the village of Ivy-Bridge, a person that would keep a school, for instructing Young Ladies in every necessary qualification. For particulars apply to Miss Vavafour, Ivy-Bridge 21 July 1789’.

1830

Academies listed in Pigot’s Directory, Eliza Moysey (ladies) Robert Moysey (gentlemen) and Mrs Taylor (ladies).

1837

Rev. T.Brown’s Classical and Mathematical School

1844

William Harbern Schoolmaster

1849

Infant School established (no known location)

1850

John Fincher and William Mackay listed as Schoolmasters

1853

John Fincher Schoolmaster

1856

Ivybridge National School built

1864

School came under the board school trusteeship of the minister and wardens of St John’s Church, Ivybridge

1873

Mr Lake, Headmaster, until 1904

1876

From this date and until 1885, the school came under the Ermington School Board

1888

Dame Hannah Rogers’ School opened for ‘poor girls to be trained for domestic service’

1895

National School became Ivybridge Board School, using old buildings and extending them

1925

Dame Hannah Rogers’ School modernised and became an Orthopaedic Hospital School

1930s

Sunnyside School (private) opened

1940s

Known as Ivybridge Council School. Evacuees are accommodated in the school and the White House

1949

Dame Hannah Rogers’ School became a school for children with Cerebral Palsy

1954

Sunnyside School is closed

1957

Ivybridge Secondary School opened

1959

Dame Hannah’s moved to a new site to the west of Ivybridge

1972

Manor Junior School built

1973

Manor Junior School opened, alongside Station Road Infants School (the old primary school)

1970s

Ivybridge Secondary School became Ivybridge Comprehensive School, later Ivybridge Community College

1978

Stowford Primary School opened

1991

Woodlands Primary School opened, with Station Road Infants becoming Erme Primary School. Manor Junior becoming Manor Primary School

2010

Ivybridge Community College became an academy. Dame Hannah’s opened a new facility at Seale-Hayne, Newton Abbot, for young adults with disabilities

1789

‘Wanted, in the village of Ivy-Bridge, a person that would keep a school, for instructing Young Ladies in every necessary qualification. For particulars apply to Miss Vavafour, Ivy-Bridge 21 July 1789’

1830

Academies listed in Pigot’s Directory, Eliza Moysey (ladies) Robert Moysey (gentlemen) and Mrs Taylor (ladies)

1837

Rev. T.Brown’s Classical and Mathematical School

1844

William Harbern Schoolmaster

1849

Infant School established (no known location)

1850

John Fincher and William Mackay listed as Schoolmasters

1853

John Fincher Schoolmaster

1856

Ivybridge National School built

1864

School came under the board school trusteeship of the minister and wardens of St John’s Church, Ivybridge

1873

Mr Lake, Headmaster, until 1904

1876

From this date and until 1885, the school came under the Ermington School Board

1888

Dame Hannah Rogers’ School opened for ‘poor girls to be trained for domestic service’

1895

National School became Ivybridge Board School, using old buildings and extending them

1925

Dame Hannah Rogers’ School modernised and became an Orthopaedic Hospital School

1930s

Sunnyside School (private) opened

1940s

Known as Ivybridge Council School. Evacuees are accommodated in the school and the White House

1949

Dame Hannah Rogers’ School became a school for children with Cerebral Palsy

1954

Sunnyside School is closed

1957

Ivybridge Secondary School opened

1959

Dame Hannah’s moved to a new site to the west of Ivybridge

1972

Manor Junior School built

1973

Manor Junior School opened, alongside Station Road Infants School (the old primary school)

1970s

Ivybridge Secondary School became Ivybridge Comprehensive School, later Ivybridge Community College

1978

Stowford Primary School opened

1991

Woodlands Primary School opened, with Station Road Infants becoming Erme Primary School. Manor Junior becoming Manor Primary School

2010

Ivybridge Community College became an academy. Dame Hannah’s opened a new facility at Seale-Hayne, Newton Abbot, for young adults with disabilities