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Netherton Northside First School


Netherton Northside First School was a small primary school in Netherton, Northumberland. With declining numbers of children in the area, the school had less than 10 pupils in 2017/8 and began joint learning with Harbottle First School one day a week. Netherton Northside First School closed on the 31st of  August 2018.

Netherton Primary School Former Schools
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Netherton Northside First School
- The Website of Netherton Northside First School no longer exists - this copy is held on the Internet Archive. The old address was: http://www.nethertonnorthside.northumberland.sch.uk/

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Netherton Northside County First School

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NETHERTON NORTHSIDE COUNTY FIRST SCHOOL, NETHERTON, NORTHUMBERLAND
- minute book: 1932-1966.

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Netherton Burn

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Netherton Northside First School
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Rural first school at risk of being axed
- Northumberland Gazette: 01 February 2018. "Another rural school in north Northumberland is under threat with a consultation on its closure to be launched next week. The governing body at Netherton ...

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School URN: 122211
Post code: NE65 7HD
Grid ref: NT98630769

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