A Cure of Delinquents: The Treatment of Maladjustment
Bredinghurst School in Peckham was established by the LCC for delinquent and maladjusted boys, it opened in 1948. It was the first school for maladjusted children in this country to incorporate into its structure a full psychiatric unit.
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