Earl Street Infants' School stood on Earl Street in Belfast's historic Sailortown, a part of the city inhabited by some of the toughest and poorest people.
Earl Street Girls' School was on the now demolished Earl Street in the heart of north Belfast's Sailortown, a community of working class dockside residents.
You will not find Earl Street Boys' School on a modern map of Belfast. The old Sailortown faced the property developers' wrecking ball in post-war years.
Currie Junior School today is Currie Primary School and still stands on the Limestone Road in North Belfast. Child evacuees gathered here on 8th July 1940.
Blythe Street Public Elementary School served the working class area around Blythe Street, just off Sandy Row in the south-west of Belfast, Co. Antrim.
Vicinage Park in north Belfast, Co. Antrim suffered great damage during the Belfast Blitz of April and May 1941. It was home to many Jewish families.