Certified 7th October 1884 for 20 girls. Cottage premises of a suitable character for a small girls' home, and is intended for children of a tender age. It forms a part of the scheme of the Church of England Central Society for providing homes for waifs and strays. The school was specially certified under the Industrial Schools Amendment Act, 1880.
Moved into new premises at Shipton-under-Wynchwood, Oxfordshire (at the former St Michael's College) in May 1900 and re-certified 15th May, 1900 for 30 girls.
1891 - Superintendent Miss Schofield; school teacher Miss Dill
1893 - Superintendent Miss H.L. Storie; schoolmistress Miss A Snow
1900 - Superintendent Miss H.I. Stone; industrial matron Miss Hornby