Westgate Hill Primary Academy


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 aged 3 to 11.[1] The current school building was officially opened in November 2012 by Sir David Bell, the former Director of Education for Newcastle.[2]  The original school building is dated 1898 and is a Grade II listed. The school joined the Laidlaw Schools Trust in September 2017. 

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Westgate Hill Primary Academy
- Official Website of the School.

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038594:Westgate Hill Primary School Westgate Road Fenham City Engineers c.1975

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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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Westgate Hill Primary Academy
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