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The Hutchins School
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Start Date:
03 Aug 1846
The Hutchins School, a private boys' school, was established in 1846, in memory of William Hutchins, first Anglican Archdeacon of Van Diemen's Land. It was modelled on English schools such as Rugby and Winchester. After three years at Ingle Hall, on the corner of Argyle and Macquarie Streets, it moved to a purpose built schoolhouse, designed by William Archer, further up Macquarie Street. In the 1950s the school began developing a new site at Sandy Bay. The Macquarie Street building was sold in 1965.
Information Sources:
The Hutchins School: History and Tradition [viewed 23 March 2010]
Functions Performed:
Education and training
Series Created By Agency:
NS36 Hutchins School Admission Register03 Aug 184602 Apr 1892