- 1959-1978 (Creation)
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Extent and medium
0.1m; 1 box (part), 10 volumes, 1 film, photographs
Name of creator
Livingstone Public School, in the County of Wynyard, opened in January 1959. (1) A public school was the basic elementary school in the New South Wales system of education. By 1959 an attendance of nine students was required to maintain a school of this classification. (2)
The School closed in December 1980. (3)
- Government Schools of New South Wales 1848-2003, NSW Department of Education and Training, 2003, p.87. (Another Livingstone school was located in the County of Macquarie in the 1890s).
- ibid., p.18.
- ibid., p.87.
Content and structure area
Scope and content
Applications for enrolment, class rolls, film "Open Arbor Day", half-yearly examination book, photographs, punishment register and register of admission.
System of arrangement
Conditions of access and use area
Conditions governing access
Punishment Registers are RESTRICTED for 50 years (Access Direction No. 276).
All other records are OPEN to public access (Access Direction No. 275).
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Conditions governing reproduction
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