Group    From 1965  To 1990

Inner London Education Authority

When LCC was replaced with the GLC the body responsible for education became ILEA. Disliked by Thatcher, ILEA survived a number of attempts to abolish it but succumbed in 1990. Thereafter the local councils took on responsibility for education.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Inner London Education Authority

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County Hall - Education

The home of Inner London's Education Service from 1922, ILEA succeeding the ...

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Royal College of Physicians

Royal College of Physicians

Founded by Thomas Linacre in 1518 with a charter granted by Henry VIII. Their first home was Linacre's own house in Knightrider Street. Their second home, at Amen Corner, Paternoster Row, was des...

Group, Education, Medicine

5 memorials
Bedford Charity

Bedford Charity

Created by a gift of land by Sir William Harpur to the corporation of Bedford. A merchant from Bedford he had come to London and done so well that he was Lord Mayor in 1561. The following year he p...

Group, Education

1 memorial
Amy Johnson Junior School

Amy Johnson Junior School

Former primary school, presumably named for Amy Johnson, the connection being the (sort of) proximity of Croydon Airport.

Building, Children, Education

1 memorial
East 15 Acting School

East 15 Acting School

Founded by Margaret Walker after she worked with Joan Littlewood at the Theatre Royal in Stratford, and had the same ethos of inclusivity and radical work. It was named after the postal district of...

Group, Education, Theatre

1 memorial
Frances Mary Buss

Frances Mary Buss

Pioneer of education for women. Born London. Headmistress at Camden School, 1879 - 1894.  The Kentish Towner has a history of the school.  Died at home, 87 King Henry's Road, Hampstead.

Person, Education

1 memorial