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Stamfordham Primary School

Stamfordham Primary School is a community school in Stamfordham, Northumberland. The school has about 80 pupils aged from 4 to 11. Previously it had been Stamfordham First School, beore extending with a new building to cover Year 5 in 2017 and Year 6 in 2018.[1] The school has been on it's current site since c.1974, prior to that a village school, which opened in 1880, was located in what later became the Village Hall.[2] The first recorded school in Stamfordham was founded in 1663 by Sir Thomas Widdrington, a judge and once the Speaker in the House of Commons, who was originally from Cheeseburn Grange

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- Overview Map Street View The Village Hall in Stamfordham was originally built as the Village School in 1878 and officially opened in March 1880. A new school building opened in …


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School URN: 122202
Post code: NE18 0NA
Grid ref: NZ0799772008


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