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Cragside Primary School, High Heaton


High Heaton Infants School ('the wooden school') opened on the 20th of August 1929 with a roll of 164 students. With a growing population in High Heaton, this was replaced by Cragside Infants School, which opened on the 5th of April 1937.[1] Today the School is known as Cragside Primary School and has about 420 pupils aged from 4 to 11. It is a feeder link school to Heaton Manor School.

High Heaton Primary School Local List Historic Buildings and Monuments in Newcastle Heaton Manor School and Sixth Form
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Cragside Primary School, High Heaton
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058127:Cragside Primary School Cragside High Heaton Unknown 1933

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058071:Cragside Primary School Cragside High Heaton Unknown 1961

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058128:Cragside Primary School Cragside High Heaton Unknown c.1950s/60s

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048961:Cragside Junior School Cragside High Heaton Unknown 1938

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041110:Cragside Primary School Cragside High Heaton City Engineers 1980

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Tor272, Cragside School, High Heaton, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Tor196, Cragside School, Heaton, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Tor195, Cragside School, Heaton, 1969

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Tor872, Newton Road, High Heaton, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Tor640, Cragside School, High Heaton, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Tor209, Cragside School

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Tor200, Cragside School, High Heaton, Newcastle upon Tyne, c1969

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Tor199, Cragside School, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Tor197, Cragside School, Heaton, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1969

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Cragside School
- Details and photos of High Heaton Infants (wooden) School and Cragside Primary School

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Tyne and Wear HER(9837): Heaton, Cleveland Gardens, Cragside Primary School
- "Built in 1937 in red brick. Stone decoration on arches, window surrounds and coats of arms. Symmetrical either side of a large hall, which rises the full height of the ...

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Cragside Primary School
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Ouseburn Learning Trust
- "A unique group of seven Primary Schools and one Secondary School in the East of Newcastle upon Tyne working together to empower young people to excel as individuals and contribute ...

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Gallery: Cragside Primary School in High Heaton
- "Cragside Primary School in High Heaton is celebrating its 80th anniversary this year....."

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Heaton Manor School and Sixth Form
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Heaton Manor School and Sixth Form
- Overview About the School Map Street View Heaton Manor School is a coeducational high school and sixth form, located on Newton Road in Heaton. It has about 1,780 students aged ...

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School URN: 108465
Tyne & Wear HER: 9837
Post code: NE7 7EL
Grid ref: NZ26466723

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