Sutton-in-Craven CE VC Primary School
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|Established||1 February 1858|
|Religion||Church of England|
|Head Teacher||Mr Phillips|
Sutton in Craven, Keighley
Sutton in Craven Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School opened on 1 February 1858 at the not inconsiderable sum of £1,070-18s-6d money raised by the efforts of the Rev Fawcett. The school is in Sutton-in-Craven, North Yorkshire, England.
In addition to the classrooms, there is a library, a hall where assembly, PE lessons and school meals take place and for 2005 an additional mezzanine classroom has been built in the roof void. There is also a school office, staff room, quiet area, storeroom and scullery. It is situated in its grounds and is fortunate that Sutton Park is directly opposite and is able to be used for organised games and environmental studies. In close proximity the Village Hall is also used for social gatherings.
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