⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'board school' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a board school | board schools
board school
Volksschule {f}
school boardSchulkommission {f}
school board
Schulpflege {f} [schweiz.]
school board
Schulbehörde {f}
school board [Am.]Schulausschuss {m}
school board [Am.]
Schulamt {n}
school board [Br.]Schulaufsichtsrat {m}
school board president
Schulratspräsident {m} [schweiz.]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • There are also the board school and the town elementary schools.
  • It was also used as "New Road Board School" until 1912, when this was superseded by Carr Green Board School.
  • Later, he went to the Baker Street Board School in Stepney, which had a strong Jewish presence.
  • Congregationalists built a chapel (1855) and a school in New Brent Street (1856), which later moved and became Bell Lane Board School (1901).
  • Witton's original Board School was erected in 1874, and replaced in 1968 with a new primary school in St James Gardens.
  • The young Lawrence attended Beauvale Board School (now renamed Greasley Beauvale D. ...
  • Premises in Quarry Bank include a tallow candle manufactory (from Madeley), a bakery (from Dawley), a physician's surgery (in a Sutherland Estate cottage from Donnington), and a Board School (from Stirchley).
  • Castleton Primary School is by far the most memorable by Castleton's older residents, as it was built in 1902 and opened to the public as 'Castleton Board School' in 1903.
  • This was used only briefly as a National School, because a Board School (now part of the Headcorn Primary School) was opened in King's Road in 1873.
  • This became a National School in 1845, a Board school in 1876 and a Church of England school in 1903.
  • The Bette Stephenson Centre for Learning, a York Region District School Board school in Richmond Hill offering adult education programs, was named after her.
  • It is housed in the Grade II listed, neo-gothic former Oozells Street Board School, designed by John Henry Chamberlain in 1877.
  • The school was originally known as Ibrox Board School, was built for the Govan Parish School Board.
  • He began his education at North Board School, now Mundella Primary School, Folkestone.
  • Shaw was educated at Boothtown Board School, and started work as a labourer in a cloth mill at the age of 13.
  • She attended the Board School there on Featherstone Road (later known as Featherstone Primary School) and was sent by her mother for singing and dancing lessons at an early age.
  • As the area became more built up such trades disappeared and the charcoal works had gone by the 1890s, replaced by a Board School (Salisbury junior mixed and infants) which opened in 1893.
  • The house was demolished at the end of the 19th century by the London School Board for construction of a new board school.
  • Although his parents and sisters were involved in weaving at the Ickornshaw Mill, he did not join them; after attending a local board school (where he received additional lessons in French and Latin from the schoolmaster) he stayed on as a pupil-teacher.
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