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Jim jarvis went to barnardos ragged school. it is in the book street child by berlie doherty
Thomas Barnado set up the 'ragged school' in London's East End in 1870 in Stepney Causeway. Training boys in carpentry, metal working and shoe making
Ragged School Museum was created in 1990.
because he was ugly
Ragged schools were started in the early 19th century by individuals on a voluntary basis. John Pounds of Portsmouth, a crippled shoemaker is usually seen as the first, though it's hard to trace exact origins. They were for the really ragged and poor children who were too ragged to be welcomed at the Sunday Schools. They would not have wanted to go anyway. these children were the destitute poor, often living on the streets. They were bribed to come into the schools with food often. They were taught the bible and basics of reading and writing. Eventually the schools were formalised under the Ragged School Union by Lord Shaftesbury. They eventually joined the Sunday School Union. They were mainly held on Sundays, morning and afternoon classes but many held classses on weekday nights too. Eventually they developed clothing clubs, Band of Hope groups and many other social and educational organisations. The Ragged School Union became the Shaftesbury Society and survives today as a children's charity. There is a Ragged School Museum in London but it is only open a couple of days a week.
well ragged schools did not but other maybe did
they went to ragged school which was made by a man called Dr.Barnardo.
Dr Barnardo opened a ragged school for poor people and people who live on the streets because they can't afford to pay for education but Dr Barnardo could afford education so he taught them to do arithmetic ,writing and reading
His father who was of Sephardic Jewish origin, and his mother being an English woman and member of the Plymouth Brethren (to which he converted on 26 May 12) Barnado was an Evangelical Christiann. He also went to the school St. Albert Primary school. He lived for 60 years. He gave himself the title of "Doctor" despite never qualifying for such an acade mic degree.