Dame Allan’s Schools Newcastle upon Tyne History Book 1705-2005
The Governors of Dame Allan’s Schools and E.D. Smith 2005
“I’d hope he’d go on with Willie to Newcastle. There’s a place called Dame Allan’s there…She must have been a very good woman to have a school named after her.
Aye, she must. I’ve heard that’s a good place for an education.”
From Bill Bailey’s Daughter, by Catherine Cookson. 1988
Documenting the history of the Schools up to 2005, this is an excellent written record of the developments at Dame Allan’s Schools during that time supported by many fascinating illustrations throughout.
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Dame Allan’s Schools
Newcastle upon Tyne