R S Wilshere
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Wilshere's team were skilful in a number of architectural styles and are attributed to have built the first modern movement style schools anywhere in Ireland.
1928 – 30 Strandtown Primary School, North Road, East Belfast Symmetrical composition in Neo Georgian style. The façade formally terminates an avenue. Matching caretaker's house incorporates changing rooms for the playing field. Scroll topped gate piers. Received RIBA Ulster Architecture Gold Medal 1930.
1930 – 33 Elmgrove Primary School, Beersbridge Road, East Belfast Informal and picturesque composition around courtyards. In South English Vernacular style. In rustic brick with plain tiled roofs. Includes a sculptural panel by John McCann depicting education reclining below the Tree of Knowledge. Opened 1932 
1933-5 - Avoneil Primary School, Avoneil Road, East Belfast Modern in style. Built in brick. Includes Art Deco panels depicting stylised elephants. The building was built by WM Logan and Sons Ltd and opened in August 1935 
1934- 6 - Nettlefield Primary School, East Belfast Built on the site of nettlefield House, near Woodstock Road. In Dudok's Dutch brick style with tower and glazed lantern.
1936 – Botanic Primary School, South Belfast
1936 - McQuiston Memorial School, Donegall Pass
Sydenham Infant's School, Strandburn Street, East Belfast
-  Architecture July 2010 Archived July 8, 2011, at the Wayback Machine
- Belfast Newsletter, Saturday August 13, 1932 - A New Belfast School
- The Northern Whig and Belfast Post, Tuesday, August 13, 1935 - Avoniel Public Elementary School
- Belfast newsletter, Wednesday, September 9, 1936 - A New Belfast School