Education Provision 1833

Quainton Parish, including Doddershall and Dereham (Pop. 952)

One Daily School, containing from 30 to 80 males, varying according to the season of the year, and the demand for labour; endowed with a small yearly sum, which, with some aid from the parish funds, all poor boys receive gratuitous instruction; the sons of farmers and tradesmen are paid for by their parents.-

Two Sunday Schools; one with 200 children of both sexes, who attend the Established Church; the other appertains to Dissenters, and consists of about 30 ; both Schools supported by voluntary contributions.

Shipton-Lee Hamlet (Pop. 104)

No School in the hamlet.