- MANCHESTER INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, 75 ARDWICK GREEN, MANCHESTER, LANCASHIRE.
- MANCHESTER INDUSTRIAL AND RAGGED SCHOOLS, ARDWICK GREEN
- ARDWICK GREEN INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL and/or SOUTH MANCHESTER INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL.
Certified 8th April 1857. Re-certified 6th April 1859 for 200 boys and girls. After 1872 it became boys only, still accommodating 200. The girls were sent to Sale, on 24th April 1877. purpose-built premises. Cessation of certification or closure 1922.
Auxiliary Home 59 Ardwick Green, which was certified 28th November 1900 for 20. Re-certified in 1901, 20th June 1904 for 35 and 22nd December 1906 for 40.
Re-certified in 1924 after being closed, possibly as an Auxiliary Home for the BARNES HOME INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL.
Became St Gregory's Technical High School, later St Gregory's Grammar School.
Records available at the Public Records Office - reference PRO MH102/135 1900 to 1918
1866 - Superintendent the Rev. J. Bryan and matron Mrs Bryan.
1867 - Superintendent the Rev. J. Bryan and matron Mrs Bryan; schoolmaster Mr Northrop.
1868 - Superintendent the Rev. J. Bryan and matron Mrs Bryan.
1869 - Superintendent the Rev. J. Bryan.
1872 - Superintendent and matron Mr & Mrs Camm; schoolmaster Mr T. Binns. Mr Joseph H. Bryan resigned shortly after 25th July 1872 due to ill health and shortly after died.
1884 - Superintendent and matron Mr & Mrs Thomas Jackson; schoolmaster Mr B Harrison; assistant schoolmasters Mr Peck and Mr Minshall.
1891 - Superintendent and matron Mr & Mrs Angus Mackay; schoolmasters, Messrs B. Harrison, Oakes and Walker.
1893 - Superintendent and matron Mr & Mrs Angus Mackay; schoolmasters, Messrs J. Alison and F Oakes; teacher for juniors Miss Hathaway.
1900 - Governor and matron Mr & Mrs James Allison; schoolmaster Mr J. McCann; assistant master Mr E. Davies; assistant mistress Miss Wellings succeeded Miss Ross 13th February 1899. Clerk Mr J.T. Clarke.
1903 - Governor and matron Mr & Mrs James Allison; schoolmaster Mr T McCann; assistant teacher Mr E.F. Roberts; schoolmistress Miss K Wellings. During Mr McCann's illness Mr J.H. Dye has acted as schoolmaster (24th November 1902). Mr J.T Clarke was changed from the post of clerk to that of visitor and gymnastic instructor.