Elmley School

Elmley school prospered until after World War 1, when a notice was given in 1919 by the Kent Education Committee which read: “The Committee is considering a proposal to close what is believed to be the smallest school in England, that at Elmley. There are only five children on the books, three of which are the children of the Headteacher.”

- Rymill, John A (2006) The Three Sheppey Islands in the 19th and 20th Centuries

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Greg pisze...

Great shot, I like it a lot. I came across your site while doing a bit of research into the school, as I came across it and photographed it myself at the weekend. Going to have to go back in winter though!