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Wreay CofE Primary School


Wreay Church of England Primary School is a voluntary controlled school in the village of Wreay, located close to St Mary's Church. The school has roughly 120 pupils aged 4 to 11 years old. The school building is dated 1830 AD, when the school was built by Sarah Losh and her sister Katharine, after the earlier schoolhouse of 1750 had fallen into disrepair.

Wreay History of Schools in Wreay 1830 Sarah Losh (1785 - 1853)
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Wreay Church of England Primary School
- Official Website of Wreay Church of England Primary School

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The school at Wreay

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"Wooshy Spinny" - windmills at Wreay Primary School

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"Wooshy Spinny" - windmills at Wreay Primary School

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"Wooshy Spinny" - windmills at Wreay Primary School

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Village school, Wreay, near Carlisle

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- Twitter feed of Wreay CofE Primary School.

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Wreay CofE Primary School
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School URN: 112260
Post code: CA4 0RL
Grid ref: NY4345348958

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