This week's FindmyPast Friday collection additions salute the "Back to School" season:
To celebrate the start of the new school year, today's Findmypast Friday includes millions of school records from around the globe. Take a glimpse into your ancestors' early life and pinpoint the area they grew up in, reveal if they had a perfect attendance or occasionally played truant and even determine whether they worked in a school as an adult.
We've added over 2.8 million new school records including:
UK National School Admission Registers 1870-1914
Search or browse through over 2.7 million new records from over 3,600 schools, released in the third phase of the Archives & Records Association of England & Wales National Schools project.
Explore these unique records »
Ireland National School Admission Registers
Discover where and when your Irish ancestors went to school by exploring over 142,000 school records from across the whole of Ireland.
Take your research to the Emerald Isle »
Surrey, Southwark, St Saviour's Grammar School Admissions 1690-1848
Did your ancestor attend St Saviour's Grammar School in Southwark, England? Explore over 200 years of admission records dating back to the 17th century.
Discover Surrey ancestors »
Coffs Harbour District Schools
Search through admission registers from 14 schools in the Coffs Harbour region of New South Wales, Australia.
Trace their school days »
See all this week's new records
There are endless discoveries waiting to be made in these latest collections. Remember if you have any queries, comments or issues with Findmypast, get in touch here.
Have a great weekend,
The Findmypast team
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