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BOSTALL WOOD OPEN AIR SCHOOL

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A London County Council open-air school built in 1907 on the Royal Arsenal Co-operative Society's open land in Bostall Wood, Woolwich. The school was a pioneering trial school based on the experience of the first open-air school in Europe in Charlottenburg, Berlin. These kind of schools were in particular created for delicate and tubercular children. The school day included teaching, exercise, solid meals and an afternoon rest.

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