A Victorian Place of Learning

Early Education at Wickham Market

Did your parents or grand parents grow up in the Wickham Market area? or did one of your family train as a pupil teacher at this National school, situated on the main road as you enter Wickham Market from Pettistree?

Using original material and former pupil’s memories this volume tells the story of this Victorian building.

Learn how the building evolved from its initial creation in 1841 to its closure in 1934.

Read the first-hand account of former pupil Inez Benham and her teacher Aunt. Miss Nora Johnson

How children from the local workhouse were taught at this school.

Playground games and local productions laid on at the school.

Discover connections the author’s family had with the school

The volume is available from ‘Old School Antiques’ trading in the Old School, or direct from the author, or by clicking the button below:

Cost: £5.95 plus £2 p&p.