Aberfoyle Junior Secondary School

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Corporate body

Authorized form of name

Aberfoyle Junior Secondary School

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  • Aberfoyle Public School

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Dates of existence

c. 1951 – 1974

History

Aberfoyle originally had a Public School from the late 19th century. Aberfoyle Junior Secondary School was in operation from c. 1951 and closed in July 1974 with pupils transferred to McLaren High School in Callander. By the 1930s, the main structure of Scottish secondary schooling had settled into a pattern of three-year ‘junior secondary’ and five-year ‘senior secondary’ courses. Junior Secondary’s were intended to prepare people for training and work. Senior Secondary’s were intended to lead to the professions either directly or through university. Allocation of pupils between these courses was mainly on the basis of tests of intelligence and of attainment (in English, arithmetic and mathematics) taken in the final year of primary school.

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Aberfoyle

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Authority record identifier

ED/AB1

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ISAD(G), 2nd ed. International Council on Archives

Status

Final

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Full

Dates of creation, revision and deletion

19/05/2016

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Sources

For details of the school closure see:

Stirling Observer (Friday edition), 22/2/1974, p10
Stirling Observer (Friday edition), 31/5/1974, p13

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  • EAC

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