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Victoria School in Prince's Road, Teddington
Twickenham College for Girls, 39 Amyand Park Road. Miss Waghorne, Principal.

Queens College, 9, 11 & 13 Queens Road, Twickenham. Mrs W H Stanley Mansfield, Principal.


1902 1902 Education Act

This Act abolished school boards and gave power to provide both primary and secondary education to elected County Councils and to certain Borough councils.

This led to a wider educational outlook and a general improvement in schools.

In June 1903 the first meeting of the new Education Committee for Twickenham took place and School Managers were appointed. A programme of new school building began.
Trafalgar Primary School was opened in Third Cross Road. Drill and PE were taken in the 'marching corridors'. See the school's web site.
Stanley Junior and Infant School
Hampton Junior
The school building was completed in 1907 and opened as Hampton Council School with separate departments for boy and girls. The two different entrances with their individual signs may be seen as you enter the building. See the school's web site.

Twickenham County School for Girls established in Clifden Road, Twickenham.

The Mall School, an independent preparatory school for boys moves to the Hampton Road from Teddington (previously the Huntingdon House Boarding and Day School in Teddington from 1872). See the school's web site.

Arrangements were made for one third of the pupils at Hampton Grammar School to come from Twickenham.
Nelson Infant School was a pleasant rural school housed in a large hut in Nelson Road. It took the 'overflow' of children from the Church School in the grounds of Kneller Hall.

Orleans Council School was opened off Richmond Road.

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