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ragged school

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(Education) (in Britain, formerly) a free elementary school for poor children
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With the help of kitman Michael Eames, the Swans have also donated 13 signed shirts to the first division Swansea League clubs, plus Mitchell's former club Ragged School, to auction off for the fund.
Later transferred to a more permanent berth on the side of Penarth Road, near Penarth Bridge, the 42-gun frigate was converted to an industrial school known as the Cardiff Ragged School.
Contract notice: Ragged School Museum Architect Lead Team.
The President of the Temperance Society and involved in the Stockton Ragged School for the poor, Lewis lived in the house until his wife died in 1882.
The hall and 60 acres were bought by the Newcastle Industrial and Ragged School.
The fees for schooling were 3d a week for each pupil, but many families could not afford this and so the Bishop Ryder's Ragged School was set up in 1862.
Manager On the way to their first Trophy final they have knocked out Margam Youth Centre, Cowbridge Town, holders Sully Sports (3-2 away in quite an upset), Ragged School, Dafen Welfare and Treowen Stars.
Changing face of boys' home AXWELL Park Home Office Approved School was founded in 1847 as Newcastle Ragged School with premises at Sandgate to cater for poor boys.
In 1844 the Ragged School Union was formed and proved successful, growing from 20 schools in 1845 to almost 200 by 1870.
Having put out favourites Ragged School in the last round Glan need fear no-one.
3)LEARN As well the Natural History Museum the Ragged School Museum in East London offers a taste of life in Victorian times.
A LATE penalty from Chris Morris saw Ragged School lift the FAW Trophy for a fourth time at Newtown's Latham Park.