Carden: the first post-war school built after WW1

photo of early pupils

By the time it opened in 1948, Carden Junior School was already famous. So famous that the newsreel cameras of Pathé arrived to film the first pupils walking into the school.

Why? Carden primary was the first new school to be completed in Britain following the end of the Second World War, and heralded a national renaissance.

Read the full article about Carden’s beginnings by author Richard Bingham, who continues his series of articles for the Brighton Society on some of the city’s lesser known landmarks.

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