Broomloan Road Primary School

Broomloan Road Primary School

Broomloan Road Primary School was a primary school situated in Govan, Glasgow, Scotland. It was the largest School in Govan built by Govan School Board, and comprised two separate buildings. The first, designed by Alexander Watt, opened in 1875. In 1894 a red sandstone extension was built, designed by H&D Barclay. Broomloan Road Primary School closed in the late 1960s. After closure the red sandstone building was used by St. Saviour's Infants throughout the 1970s and as St. Gerards annexe after St. Saviour's Infants moved to a new school in Dunsmuir Street. In the early 1980s the building became the Summertown Community Centre before closing in the early 1990s. The older yellow sandstone building became Broomloan Road Nursery School in the late 1970s and was closed in the early 1990s after the nursery moved to St. Gerards Secondary School. Both buildings were closed in the mid-2000s, boarded up and left in a derelict condition for many years. They were protected as a category B listed building. The yellow sandstone building designed by Alexander Watt was almost completely destroyed by a fire in May 2014.. The 1894 building went on fire later in 2014. Both buildings have been subsequently demolished entirely. It is most notable for being the first school of Sir Alex Ferguson, the former manager of Manchester United Football Club. He attended Broomloan Road and later Govan High School.

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Sarkari Primary School

Sarkari Primary School is the government school for children ages four to ten who live in village Mor Karima. Only 10% of the children who enroll at Sarkari continue to pursue an education beyond tenth grade level. Needs of Sarkari Primary SchoolLike many government funded schools in India, Sarkari lacks many basic necessities. Sarkari does not have desks, chairs, school supplies, or a source of clean water for the students.

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Portstewart Primary School

Coordinates: 551110N 64250W / 55.186N 6.714W / 55.186; -6.714 Portstewart Primary School is situated in the town of Portstewart, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. It caters for children from the ages of 4 to 11 years. The school is located in Central Avenue, close to the town centre. The principal of the primary school is Kathryn Taylor. The school nursery is beside the main school.

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Primary school

The al-Furqan primary school offers classes in grades 1-6. The offered classes include: Islamic studies, Arabic, general science, social sciences and mathematics. Al-Furqan primary school students participate in a number of extracurricular activities and competitions. For example, in 2016 primary school students participated in computer training courses and an Arabic-language spelling bee. The al-Furqan primary school employs 49 staff members and Mohammed Said is the Director of al-Furqan primary school.

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Priory Primary School

Priory Primary School is a primary school located on the Priory Estate in Dudley, West Midlands, England. It includes a nursery unit, and is open to pupils aged from 3 to 11 years. It was opened on 1 October 1930 as a temporary 5-7 infant school in Priory Hall, relocating on 19 October 1932 to the permanent site on Limes Road, to serve the surrounding Priory Estate, which was in the early stages of development at this time. Lady Astor opened a nursery unit in a corrugated iron building on the site on 8 March 1938, the first of its kind in the Dudley area, with most local schools not following suit until the 1970s and some still lacking such facilities to this day. The junior school, opened later in 1938, was the final phase. By now, the Priory Estate was largely complete. In September 1972, the infant school became a 5-8 first school and the junior school became an 8-12 middle school. The two schools merged to form a single primary school in September 1985, with the first and middle departments reverting to infant and junior from September 1990 when the secondary transfer age was reverted to 11. The nursery unit was replaced in the early 1990s and the old building demolished to make way for a development of new private starter homes. The current nursery building also incorporates a children's centre. Former pupils at the school published a book during the summer of 2000 to commemorate the school's anniversary, with former pupils and staff sharing their memories and photographs of the school as well as their memories of life on the Priory Estate.

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