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Redlands Primary School, Reading

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Redlands Primary School (Reading)
Lydford Road

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TypeCommunity school
Local authorityReading
Department for Education URN109787 Tables
Head teacherMrs Shabana Aslam
Age3 to 11

Redlands Primary School is a primary school in Reading, Berkshire, England. Located approximately 1 mile (1.6 km) south-east of the centre of Reading, it located near to the University of Reading's Whiteknights Campus.

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The school was founded in 1891 as Redlands Board School. Initially it consisted of just an Infant Department which catered for children aged 2 to 7, but in 1892 separate Boys and Girls Departments were opened for children aged 7 to 14.[1] The school buildings, which were designed by local architect S. Slingsby Stallwood, were intended to hold 1166 children, and consisted of a small block which housed the Infants and a larger two-storey block which housed the Boys upstairs and the Girls downstairs.[1]

In 1902 the abolition of the school boards led to the school's name being changed to Redlands Council School.[1]

During World War I, between 1915 and 1918, the school buildings were converted to No. 4 Reading War Hospital and the teachers and pupils were temporarily moved out to nearby schools.[1]

In 1929 the three departments of the school were reorganized into just two: a Primary Department for children aged up to 11 and a Secondary Department for older children.[1] In 1945 these two departments were recognized as separate schools: Redlands Primary School and Redlands Secondary School.[1] However, in 1963 the local education authority decided that the Secondary School was too small to support and closed it.[1] The Primary School moved into the larger building in 1968.[1]


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h Rooke, Patrick (1991). Redlands, a Hundred Years at School. Reading, Berkshire: Redlands School Parent Teachers' Association.

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