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William Cassidi CofE Primary School, Sillington


William Cassidi Church of England Primary School is located on Morrison Street in Siliington, in the Borough of Stockton-on-Tees. The voluntary aided primary school has about 180 pupils aged 3 to 11.[1] The school was opened on the 27th September 1911.[2] It is named after William Cassidi (1814-1882), who was Vicar of Grindon parish for 41 years, and played an important role in Stillington, including initiating the building of St John's Church here. The previous Villsage School on Lowson Street was built in 1877 for the Whitton and Stillington Board Schools. Seniors and Juniors moved to the new school in 1911. However, Infants remained at the old school until 1961, when the building became the Village Hall.

Stillington Primary School 1911
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William Cassidi C. of E. Primary School
- Official Website of William Cassidi C. of E. Primary School.

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Primary school, Morrison Street, Stillington

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Church of England Primary School, Stillington

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William Cassidi Primary School, Stillington

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William Cassidi Church of England Aided Primary School
- The gov.uk 'Get information about schools' site includes information about each school, its governors, links to Ofsted inspection reports etc.

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School URN: 111720
Grid ref: NZ37842364
District: Tees Valley
Post code: TS21 1JD

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