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PostPosted: Sun Apr 25, 2010 10:33 am    Post subject: Strathclyde University-Jordanhill Teacher Training College Reply with quote

Jordanhill College of Education, 76 Southbrae Drive, Glasgow G13 1PP

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The Church of Scotland and the Free Church founded and managed Glasgow's first teacher training colleges. In 1905, however, the churches' colleges were transferred to the state and local Provincial Committees were set up to manage them.
In 1911, the Glasgow Provincial Committee (GPC) recommended the purchase of the Jordanhill Estate in order to build a modern new college. The architects H & D Barclay were commissioned and building work started in 1914. The first students were admitted in September 1921 and the building was officially opened in 1922.
The red sandstone building is in a Franco-Flemish style and the twin towers at the front are clad in copper. During the Second World War local legend had it that the Luftwaffe used the twin towers to line up their approaches during bombing raids on Clydebank.
Between 1920 and 1959 this College had been managed by the Central Executive Committee of the National Committee for the Training of Teachers which had responsibility for all training colleges' finances, buildings, staffing, student numbers and courses.
In 1959 this centralised system was abandoned and the Glasgow Provincial Training College was given its own governing body, becoming Jordanhill College of Education.
In 1981Hamilton College was absorbed in Jordanhill.
In 1992 Jordanhill became an Associate Institution of Strathclyde University and on 1 April 1993 it merged with the University and formed their Faculty of Education. www.strath.ac.uk/education





The WW1 memorial is situated in the foyer of the David Stow building.
The names on the memorial are listed by date of enrolment in the college and the memorial is inscribed as follows:

IN MEMORY OF THE STUDENTS AND STAFF
WHO FELL IN THE GREAT WAR 1914 – 1919


1891
James Campbell
1893
Alexander Graham
1894
Robert Henderson
1895
James Brown
Daniel MacLeod
1897
Dugald Blue
David Gemmell
1898
John M. McMillan
James Struthers
1899
Andrew McShee
James G. Watson
John A. Watson
1900
John B. Cook
William Kerr
Donald Leitch
James Miller
1901
James Graham
Donald M. Nicolson
John Niven
1902
William G. Ferguson
James Hannah
John Littlejohn
Archibald McAlpine
Robert Sheridan
George Stewart
1903
Robert F. Colquhoun
Archibald Jack
James G. Milne
Andrew W. Rogerson
Peter S. Ross
James B. Struthers
1904
James S. Dodds
John A.M. Hart
James McIntosh
James Malcolmson
Matthew Montgomery
James Robertson
1905
Allan M. Black
William Bryce
Thomas H. Glendinning
Albert G. Keane
Neil Leitch
James McGill
Malcolm M. MacKinnon
John V. McLean
Thomas B. Miller
Thomas J. Paterson
Archibald K. Sinclair
1906
George Allan
Archibald G. Brown
Robert M. Cameron
William B. Ewart
Henry R. Gold
Samuel W. Hutcheon
John Jarvie
John Kennedy
Charles MacKay
Neil McMillan
John D. Milne
Robert C.E. Moffat
Andrew Muir
Robert M. Walker
1907
William S. Adams
Andrew Bower
John R.A. Couper
David Dick
Matthew C. Fitch
James Kennedy
James M. McAlpin
John McDowall
George MacGregor
Hugh McTavish
Robert B. Millar
Thomas Neilson
Robert M. Pearson
John E. Stewart
Elizabeth M. Warnock
1908
William Grindlay
James M. Hill
Daniel Kerr
Murdo D. MacDonald
John MacKinnon
Henry L.M. MacLennan
Donald McLeod
David Millar
John Millar
Alexander M. Neish
Henry O’Hanlon
Donald Ross
Adam Scott
Christopher Smith
Ernest Smith
James Taylor
Thomas D.M. White
1909
Andrew Brownlee
William Clark
John M. Clements
John Crawford
Robert M. Crawford
George C. Gardner
David Kennedy
Andrew D. McCahill
John C. McFadyen
Ewen C. McKenzie
Alexander McNab
James H. Porteous
Matthew Pringle
Robert W. Reid
Dugald Smith
1910
Alexander R. Brown
James P. Crowley
George Gilchrist
James Glen
James B. Jeffrey
John G. Kirkpatrick
John Little
Claude B. May
Thomas W. Morrison
Matthew W. Paul
David J. Ramsay
James Shearer
Alexander Thomson
William White
1911
George G. Campbell
Alexander R. Davidson
James Dunlop
William Nelson
James H. Ross
Alexander Skinner
William Steel
1912
James H. Adams
Peter Campbell
George L. Crawford
Felix W. Davitt
Alexander Fulton
Robert Girvan
James Lightbody
William K. Low
George A.C. McKinlay
Kenneth MacKinnon
Thomas Robertson
William Thomson
Thomas R. Waddell
William Watson
Thomas Wilkinson
1913
Archibald R. Boag (Staff)
William R. Brown
James Cossar
James M. Drummond
Andrew Forson
George Hutchison
Donald Kerr
Ronald McIver
Archibald D. McKinnon
Duncan M. MacLachlan
William Miller
John Noble
David Peters
James C. Robertson
Archibald Scott
William E. Shearer
Andrew Sturrock
1914
James N. Bain
Robert Barr
George B. Black
John T. Cameron
Gilbert Carmichael
James M. Dick
Douglas A. Fenton
Moses Forman
Angus Fraser
Ewen Fraser
John Howie
John A. McGregor
William M. McInnes
Kenneth MacKay
Christopher B. Meadows
Arthur Moore
David W. Struthers
William A. Stuart
Neil K.W. Wilson
1915
Daniel M. Carchrie
Peter Fawcett
George Gordon
James S. Herd
Alfred S. Hill
James A. McGranaghan
George McLeod
David W. McLintock
David MacNab
James Mallon
Charles S. Miller
Robert W. Porter
Thomas Todd
Olive Smith
John Todd


AND TO THOSE WHO A GENERATION
LATER FELL FOR FREEDOM IN THE
SECOND WORLD WAR 1939 – 1945

CWGC Details on the two Female Students

Name: WARNOCK, ELIZABETH McMATH (DAISY)
Initials: E M
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Nurse
Regiment/Service: Voluntary Aid Detachment
Unit Text: 10th (Glasgow) Detachment attd. 8th General Hospital
Age: 31
Date of Death: 05/05/1918
Additional information: Daughter of William and Mary Malcolm Elizabeth Muir Warnock, of 19, Westminster Terrace, Glasgow, late of Holytown, Lanarkshire.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: Officers, B. 4. 23.
Cemetery: ST. SEVER CEMETERY, ROUEN, FRANCE.

Name: SMITH, OLIVE
Initials: O
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Masseuse
Regiment/Service: Scottish Women's Hospital
Secondary Regiment: Serbian Army
Secondary Unit Text: attd.
Date of Death: 24/09/1916
Additional information: Daughter of the late Robert Smith, of Greystone Dale, Haltwhistle, Northumberland.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: 1600.
Cemetery: SALONIKA (LEMBET ROAD) MILITARY CEMETERY, GREECE.

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Robert Munro Cameron MA
Rank: Lance Corporal
Service No: 13027
Date of Death: 30/05/1916
Age: 28
Regiment/Service: Cameron Highlanders 6th Bn.
Grave Reference: V. D. 62.
Cemetery: BETHUNE TOWN CEMETERY
Additional Information: Born in Ayrshire, Son of Donald and Lily Bell Munro Cameron of 8 Albany St., Kelvinside, Glasgow. M. A.
He was a teacher at Calder Street School, Glasgow (DED 1.1.21)
Listed on the Glasgow University Roll of Honour and on Jordanhill Teacher Training College Memorial (1906)

Glasgow University Biography

Robert Munro Cameron was born on 10 September 1887 in Dailly, Ayrshire to Donald Cameron, a school board offer, and his wife, Lily Bell.

In 1906, Robert came to Glasgow to train for the teaching profession. He studied concurrently for an Arts degree at the University, and for a teaching qualification at the Glasgow Provincial Training College, now the University of Strathclyde. His University subjects included Latin, Logic and Moral Philosophy, and he graduated as Master of Arts on 8 June 1909. Several weeks later, on 30 June, Robert completed his course at the Glasgow Provincial Training College to earn the Teacher’s General Certificate, which qualified him to teach in primary schools, with additional qualifications to teach singing, drawing, woodwork and physical exercises. He subsequently held teaching posts at Canning Place Public School in Glasgow from 2 September – 18 November 1909, and at Calder Street Public School in Govan from 19 November 1909.

During the First World War, Robert served as Lance Corporal with the 6th Cameron Highlanders: Machine Gun Section. He died of wounds sustained in action on 30 May 1916, his bravery described by a contemporary press cutting as follows:

"During the attack he displayed courage and determination when ordered to carry a position occupied by the enemy on his right flank. Through his successful efforts the company was able to proceed with the advance and though wounded he continued to render valuable assistance."

Lance Corporal Robert Munro Cameron is buried in Bethune Town Cemetery. He is remembered in the Roll of Honour of the Glasgow Provincial Committee for the Training of Teachers.

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