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Crosby-on-Eden CE Primary School

Crosby-on-Eden CE Primary School is located in Low Crosby and has about 100 pupils aged  3 to 11. The school became an academy in 2012. The school building dates from 1844 when it was originally built as a National School (extended in 1882 and with later modifications). It originally cost £350, which was raised by public subscription, aided by a grant from the National Society. This replaced an earlier schoolhouse of 1807. The current school building is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Low Crosby 1844 Schools in Cumbria National Schools Historic Buildings and Monuments in Stanwix Rural
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Crosby on Eden CE Primary School
- Official Website of Crosby on Eden CE Primary School

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Gates, Crosby-on-Eden School

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Crosby-on-Eden School, original building

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Crosby-on-Eden CofE School
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- "School. Dated 1844. Dressed red sandstone, slate roof. Single storey, 2 bays. Projecting gabled porch with shaped entrance arch and hood moulds. Inscribed panel over entrance NATIONAL SCHOOL with date ...

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List number: 1335489
School URN: 138896
List grade: 2
Post code: CA6 4QN
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY4477259595


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