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  1. Hackney Downs School was an 11–16 boys, community comprehensive secondary school in Lower Clapton, Greater London, England. It was established in 1876 and closed in 1995. It has been replaced by the Mossbourne Community Academy.

  2. The school was founded by the Grocers Company to offer education to children of Hackney, a suburb of London, which changed at the beginning of the 20th century from a leafy suburb to an area in...

  3. The history of Hackney Downs School: formerly the Grocers' Company's School : Alderman, Geoffrey : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive.

  4. Policies and ethics. The Grocers’ Company School, later known as Hackney Downs Grammar School, was established as a middle-class day school for boys in 1876. “Grocers” was an imposing Gothic building wedged between two railway lines feeding into the commercial heart of...

  5. 1876-1970: headmaster's journals, administrative records, pupils' records, societies' records and photographs. Hackney Archives Department. R/DOW. NRA 38383 Hackney Downs. 3. 2007-2013: obituaries and articles by former pupils, members of the Clove Club, Old Boys Association. Hackney Archives Department. 2013/23.

  6. This is a story of loyalty and passion against injustice which set the scene for the negative blame culture of bureaucracy, target setting & over-testing that has plagued education for the past 25 years. The book by Betty, Jeff, Sally Tomlinson and Maureen O’Connor describes what happened: Hackney Downs: The School that Dared to Fight.

  7. The design for the Mossbourne Community Academy replaces the former Hackney Downs School and accommodates 1,000 pupils aged 11-16, with a special focus on teaching information and communication technology, as well as offering learning facilities to the wider community.