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Longhorsley St Helen's C of E First School


Longhorsley St Helen's C of E First School is located on Drummonds Close in Longhorsley. The school has about 100 pupils aged 3 to 9. It is a voluntary aided school, associated with St Helen's Church. The church itself was the school building up to 1966. This was built in 1848 and replaced an earlier school room in the village, dating from the late 17th/early 18th century.

Longhorsley Church of St. Helen Old Schoolmaster's House and Schoolroom
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Longhorsley St Helen's C of E First School
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Longhorsley First School

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St Helens C of E Aided First School

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Longhorsley St Helen's Church of England Aided First School
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Church of St. Helen
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Church of St. Helen
- Overview Map Street View The current building of St Helen's Church on West Road in Longhorsley was the former village school, which was built in 1848. The school was converted ...
Old Schoolmaster's House and Schoolroom
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Old Schoolmaster's House and Schoolroom
- Overview Map Street View The former Schoolmaster's house and old schoolroom are adjacent to St Helen's Church in Longhorsley. The old school room is a single story building dating from ...

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School URN: 122283
Post code: NE65 8UT
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NZ14779454

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