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Barnes Infant Academy


Barnes Infant Academy is located on Mount Road in Barnes, Sunderland. The school has about 340 pupils aged 3 to 7. Previously, this was known as Barnes Infant School, until it converted to an academy on the 1st July 2014. For many years it was part of Barnes School aka Barnes Council School. The school building dates to c.1900 and school log books held by Tyne & Wear Archive start from 1902. The building is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Barnes Historic Buildings and Monuments in Sunderland
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Barnes Infant Academy
- Official Website of Barnes Infant Academy

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Barnes Infant Academy
- The gov.uk 'Get information about schools' site includes information about each school, its governors, links to Ofsted inspection reports etc.

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EAST BUILDING OF BARNES SCHOOL - Sunderland - List Entry
- "School. c1900. Bright red brick with terracotta dressings and slate roof. Symmetrical with 2 storeys, 2:2:3:5:3:2:2 windows. Left corner has pentice roof on 2-storey ...

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Barnes Council School
- ED 21/4941 records 1900 - 1912

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Barnes infant school

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List number: 1208910
School URN: 141045
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ3797255969
Post code: SR4 7QF
Borough: Sunderland

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