The School Board for London, commonly called the London School Board (LSB)
Established as a result of the 1870 Education Act (along with many other School Boards) and responsible in effect for educating the working classes. Wound up in 1904 as a result of the 1902 Cockerton Judgment, its functions being transferred to the London County Council.
Responsible for the construction of many schools, of which a number still survive (some still as schools - though names may have changed).
List of ChairmenEdit
- Lord Lawrence (15 December 1870 - 10 December 1873).
- Sir Charles Reed (10 December 1873 - 25 March 1881) (Died in office).
- Edward North Buxton (5 April 1881 - 3 December 1885).
- Rev. Joseph Diggle (3 December 1885 - 6 December 1894).
- Lord George Hamilton (6 December 1894 - 3 October 1895).
- Marquess of Londonderry (31 October 1895 - 2 December 1897).
- Lord Reay (2 December 1897 - 30 April 1904).
- List of members of the London School Board
- London School Board election, 1870
- School Boards in Outer London
The Victorian Schools in London 1870-1914 website is