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Agency ID5416
TitleLoch Lomond State School
Agency TypeEducation Provider
Start Date Circa 1/1/1904
End Date Circa 13/2/1976
Date NotesN/A
Abstract

Provided primary school education

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Series

Series IDTitleFromTo
1329Admission Registers - State School 23/11/1903 23/4/1975
4680Corporal Punishment Registers 23/1/1904 8/8/1975
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Controlling Agencies

Agency IDTitleFromTo
32Department of Public Instruction 1/1/1904 12/8/1957
404Department of Education 13/8/1957 13/2/1976
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Remarks

Information Sources

Dept of Education, School files, EDU/Z1604
Queensland Government Gazette, 1909, Vol.XCII, No.9, p.104
Queensland Parliamentary Papers, Session of 1906, Vol.1, p.1318
Queensland Parliamentary Papers, Session of 1905, Vol.2, p. 316
Queensland Parliamentary Papers, Session of 1904, pp.141, 264
Queensland Parliamentary Papers, Session of 1903, Vol.1, p.533
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Legislation

Establishing Education Office Gazette, 1904, Vol.VI, January, No.1, p.2
Abolishing Queensland Parliamentary Papers, Session of 1977, p.736
Administered State Education Acts & Amendment Acts 1875-1957
Education Acts & Amendments Acts 1964-1988
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Description
In 1902 the Community of Loch Lomand were given approval to have a provisional school built. The Loch Lomond Provisional School No.903 opened at Tannymorel West on the Killarney Line in 1904.The first Head Teacher was Hanora Brosnan. In 1905 the School was recommended to be upgraded to a State School as it had an average attendance of 36 pupils. On 1 January 1909 the School was formally upgraded to a State School. The School closed in the late 1970s due to falling attendances along with 23 other small country schools. Children from such schools were conveyed to larger neighbouring schools.
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Preferred Citation

Queensland State Archives Agency ID5416, Loch Lomond State School
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Last updated 9 September 2016
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