Former Westgate Hill Primary School Building


The former Westgate Hill Primary School building is a prominent landmark on Westgate Road in the Arthur's Hill area of Newcastle. The school was built in 1898, designed by by Dunn, Hansom and Fenwicke.[1] It is a Grade II listed building. The school moved to a more modern building, located close by, in 2012.

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Arthur's Hill

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Westgate Hill School, Westgate Road / Bishops Avenue, NE4 (2)

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Westgate Hill School

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Westgate Hill School and Lodge, Westgate Road, NE4

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Westgate Hill Primary Academy
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Westgate Hill Primary Academy
- Overview Map Street View Westgate Hill Primary Academy is located on Beaconsfield Street in the Arthur’s Hill area in the west end of Newcastle. The school has about 720 pupils ...
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WESTGATE HILL SCHOOL
- "Westgate Hill School GV II School. Dated 1898, by Dunn, Hansom and Fenwicke. Red brick with terra-cotta dressings; Lakeland slate roof. H-plan. 3 storeys, 11 bays. Central 5-bay block has ...

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Pupils celebrate new Westgate Hill Primary School
- Chronicle Live, 25 Feb 2013. "COLD classrooms, draughty corridors and creaky floorboards have become a thing of the past at this Tyneside school. The pupils at Westgate Hill Primary waved ...

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