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Padfield Council School, Rhodes Street, Padfield.

Originally known as Padfield Day School, built in 1887 by the Rhodes family, owners of Hadfield Mill, for the education of the children of their employees.

Kelly's Directory of Derbyshire, 1895: Day School, Padfield (mixed), erected 1887, for 217 children; average attendance 197; William Lees Marshall, master. Bulmer's Directory of 1895 notes that the school was built by Messrs. Rhodes, owners of Hadfield Mill, for the accommodation of the children of their employees.

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Padfield Council School Class, undated Padfield Council School, undated.


Padfield Council School class, undated.
Fourth left in the middle row is Stanley Williams.
Padfield Council School class, undated


Padfield Council School Class, Miss Hadwin's Class 1950 Padfield Council School, Miss Hadwin's Class 1950.


Padfield Council School, Mrs Scatcherd's Class 1950. Padfield Council School Class, Mrs Scatcherd's Class 1950


Padfield Council School Class, Mrs Swift's Class 1950 Padfield Council School, Mrs Swift's Class 1950.

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