With all the research i have been doing i have not had chance or any inclination to research the architectural information as from what i have seen their is no information easily accessible.
One of the researchers Vicky Brandwood hit upon an idea to contact Cambridge Road Waterloo Grammar School because the building design is similar and around the same age, this is what they sent back to her.
I have been given the following information (for Waterloo with Seaforth Secondary School, as it was called before Waterloo Grammar School), copied and pasted below;
The building was erected at a cost of £16,950 and was satisfactorily carried out by Messrs. S. & J. Smethurst Ltd. Of Oldham. The internal fittings for teaching purposes in the various rooms were carried out by Messrs. J. Heywood Ltd of Manchester at a cost of £1520.00.
The clerk of works was Mr. J. T. Parker and the buildings have been erected from the designs and under the supervision of the County Architect - Mr. Henry Littler.
Lancashire County Council and Waterloo-with-Seaforth Urban District Council had joint responsibility for secondary education and in 1912 opened the co-educational Waterloo Secondary School in Cambridge Road.
Many old boys of our school came from Beach Road after passing the 11+ ( or 'scholarship' as they knew it), and it was only in recent years they found out the school had an honours board.
The year after the pupils left the names of those passing the 11+ would be added to the board, so most never saw their names on it.
Several years ago an old boy visiting from the USA visited taking a photograph, which we printed in our annual magazine (see copy attached).
Also find a photograph sent by one of our members (Beech Road, 1952).
I hope this is of some help, if I come across anything else I will get back in touch.
|Roll of Honours Board 1 of ??|
|Scholarship Boys 1952|
This was also found recently on the net
|SCHOOL ROLLS & ATTENDANCE FIGURES 1910|