The Norwood Schools, West Norwood, stood on high ground occupying about nineteen acres, with an intake of children who came under the operation of the Poor Law. Built as an industrial school to accommodate seven hundred children, it included an Infirmary with beds for one hundred more, playing fields and a swimming pool. Published in an article entitled 'A Day in the Life of a Workhouse Child' Ref: Cuttings File 71
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