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Frodingham Infants School The School House, Scunthorpe

Description: Frodingham Infants School The School House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 1 January 1976
English Heritage Building ID: 166272

OS Grid Reference: SE8977410786
OS Grid Coordinates: 489774, 410786
Latitude/Longitude: 53.5860, -0.6453

Location: Rowland Road, North Lincolnshire DN16 1ST

Locality: Scunthorpe
County: North Lincolnshire
Country: England
Postcode: DN16 1ST

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Listing Text

(north side)

1/11 Frodingham Infants School and
No 46 The School House

The item shall be amended to read: ROWLAND ROAD
(north side)

Frodingham Infants School and
No 96 The School House


SE 81 SE
(north side)
1/11 Frodingham Infants
School and No 46,
- The School House

- II

School and former schoolmaster's house, the latter now used as offices
by the Workers' Educational Association. 1867, with additions of 1874,
for Rowland Winn as part of his industrial settlement of New Frodingham.
Rock-faced ironstone with red and yellow brick dressings and stacks;
slate roof. Gothic Revival style. Central courtyard plan, with
classroom ranges on 3 sides and schoolhouse on fourth. 1 and 2 storeys:
single-storey entrance range of 4 bays has single bay projecting gabled
wing to left, and 2-storey schoolhouse of 2 bays projecting under gable
to right. Brick-capped plinth rising under windows; raised brick
quoins. School has pointed-arch doorway with raised chamfered brick
surround containing a pair of plank doors with decorative wrought iron
hinges and escutcheons. c1960 glazed door in brick surround in angle to
right. Pointed-arch schoolhouse entrance has raised chamfered brick
surround and part-glazed door with wrought iron details. School has
groups of 3 and 4 flat-headed lancet-type windows with chamfered brick
mullions and surrounds. Schoolhouse has a smaller similar pair to
ground floor, a first floor cogged brick cornice between projecting
courses, and similar windows above. Weathered ashlar panels in brick
surrounds to both projecting gables. Bold dentilled cornice in red and
yellow brick, wooden gutters, cast-iron down-pipes. Steeply-pitched
roof with crested ridge tiles and tall axial polychrome brick stacks
with cogged cornices and diamond-shafted chimneys. Left return has
suspended bell and 1874 datestone at gable end. Further classroom
ranges and outbuildings in similar design.

Listing NGR: SE8977410786

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Source: English Heritage

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