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The Church Farm Industrial School for Boys was a school in East Barnet, opened in 1860. The first superintendent was Lieut.-Col. Gillum. It once provided the choristers for the nearby church. Some of the buildings are now used as the Oakhill Campus of Mill Hill County High School, other parts as a leisure centre and others as housing. Several buildings in the grounds of the school are listed with Historic England.

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  • The Church Farm Industrial School for Boys was a school in East Barnet, opened in 1860. The first superintendent was Lieut.-Col. Gillum. It once provided the choristers for the nearby church. Some of the buildings are now used as the Oakhill Campus of Mill Hill County High School, other parts as a leisure centre and others as housing. Several buildings in the grounds of the school are listed with Historic England. (en)
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  • The Church Farm Industrial School for Boys was a school in East Barnet, opened in 1860. The first superintendent was Lieut.-Col. Gillum. It once provided the choristers for the nearby church. Some of the buildings are now used as the Oakhill Campus of Mill Hill County High School, other parts as a leisure centre and others as housing. Several buildings in the grounds of the school are listed with Historic England. (en)
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