Keith Primary School Memory Blog
This website was created to collect memories of old Keith Primary School buildings (Junior and Senior School). The new school opened on the site of the Senior School in February 2012. The “Green” School built in 1864, which was the Junior School, is now empty awaiting alternative use. Read over 350 memories by current and former pupils of the school going back to 1920s. Listen to the sounds of the school bell and the children “walking down” the corridors. There are numerous pictures of the two schools inside and out along with the story of Moving Day. In addition children have added some thoughts about the new school too.
The National Archives of Scotland
Based in Edinburgh, the National Archives of Scotland (NAS) exists to select, preserve, and make available the national archives of Scotland in whatever medium, to the highest standards; to promote the growth and maintenance of proper archive provision throughout the country; and to lead the development of archival practice in Scotland.
The NAS also holds historical records created by businesses, landed estates, families, churches and other corporate bodies. Every year tens of thousands of people from all over the world use the NAS’s services to carry out research, seek advice on record keeping, and enhance the learning and teaching of history.
The National Archives is the UK government’s official archive, containing over 1,000 years of history. We give detailed guidance to government departments and the public sector on information management and advise others about the care of historical archives.
Here is a link to the Currency Convertor on the National Archives site.
Find out how much yesterday’s (1270-1970) money was worth in 2005.