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It was ruled that future headmasters should not hold any benefice having "the care of souls".
When it opened on Clee Road on 25 September 1882 it was an all-boys grammar school with only 15 students, which rose to 67, and known as the Clee Foundation School.
It was established in September 1973 through the amalgamation of Beacon Hill Secondary School and Humberston Foundation School.
The school remained in this form until September 2013 when in a further amalgamation it transformed into Saint Andrew's College (now Holy Family Catholic Academy).
In the 1930s again the issue of pressure on space arose and plans were drawn for major extensions of the buildings. In 1956 Ernest Kirman, JP, chairman of the governors, generously provided funds towards he cost of the further buildings to be added to the site. John MORGAN, LLD, DCL 1882 – 1900 Mr Arthur ABBOTT, MA 1900 – 1906 Mr Edwin William LOVEGROVE, MA, MRIA, FSA 1906 – 1923 Mr Thomas Robert TURNBULL, BA 1923 – 1953 Lt.-Col. THOMAS, DSO, BA 1953 – 1973 Mr Colin SHAW, MA (Cantab) (Last Head of Humberstone Foundation School) (Died 1988) 1973 – 1989 Mr Bernard BEACROFT BA (Head of Matthew Humberstone School) Several references to life at the school under Colin SHAW as headmaster can be found in the book entitled 'Beyond the Final Whistle' by John Boyers, the chaplain of Manchester United FC., who was a geography master at the school.