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Rosa Street Primary School, Spennymoor


Rosa Street Primary School is located in Spennymoor. The school became an academy in 2014 under Cleves Cross Learning Trust. The school has about 190 pupils aged 4 to 11.[1]
Rosa Street School opened in 1879 (the building incorporated separate boys, girls and infants schools), administered by Tudhoe United District School Board. On 1st April 1904, they became Spennymoor Rosa Street Council Boys' School, Girls School, and Infants School. Then from the 1st February 1945, they became Spennymoor Rosa Street County Junior Mixed School and separate Infants' School; and on 5th September 1960, they were amalgamated to become Spennymoor Rosa Street County Junior and Infants' School.[2]
Spennymoor Primary School 1879
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Rosa Street Primary School
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School URN: 141121
County: County Durham
Post code: DL16 7NA
Grid ref: NZ2534233672

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