(in Ireland) a state primary school
(in England in the 19th century) a school run by the Church of England for the children of the poor
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How to use National School in a sentence
Other groups like the National School Safety and Security Services, a school safety consulting firm, warn against arming teachers.The School Shootings You Didn’t Hear About—One Every Two Weeks Since Newtown | Brandy Zadrozny | December 12, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
The National Rifle Association on Tuesday will announce its National School Shield Program.
You will be very tired of hearing those spelled over for ever; they have some nicer books at the National School.The Daisy Chain | Charlotte Yonge
A National School, started by a clearsighted priest, in spite of his Archbishop, left the mission school almost without pupils.Hyacinth | George A. Birmingham
He is simply taught and trained as the master of a National School, but he is thoroughly in earnest.Facing Death | G. A. Henty
One novel feature was the report on "the fish dinners" supplied with the co-operation of the National School of Cookery.
The first ball was well outside the off-stump; it landed in the National School grounds that ran alongside of the school field.The Loom of Youth | Alec Waugh