"Warm and very effective relationships characterise the school’s culture, making this a welcoming and happy place in which to learn."
The School Building
From the Historic England page:
“…built for Earl of Ducie, enlarged in 1880’s. Coursed and squared stone on offset plinth with alternating flush quoins, stone slate roof with coped verges. Single main range of tall single storey and projecting stepped bell tower, with lower additional wing set back to right with large projecting gabled porch. Main building has 5-light stone mullions flanking bell tower which has wooden cover to bell, and clock on south face below which is inscribed with verse: “Make haste / when I chime / No waste / like that of time”. Stepped 3-light window on left hand return. Porch has arched stone doorway with wide plank door and inscription above from Psalm 34, verse 11. Room behind, added as infant room in 1880’s, has right end stone stack. Small rear outshut to main block.”