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Search Aspect ( Naburn Approach )
Location - Leeds & District

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Fieldhead Carr School, Naburn Approach (Whinmoor)
Colour image2000. Originally Whinmoor Middle School and built in 1975 to cater for 420 pupils aged 9 to 13. It was reopened as Fieldhead Carr Primary School in 1992 when the three-tier system was phased out. Now the school has 225 places and includes a nursery built in 1994 to cater for the under-fives.
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Fieldhead Carr School, Naburn Approach (Whinmoor) (2 comments)
Colour image2000. Fieldhead Carr School is a 225 place school, which includes nursery places and so caters for children from 3 to 11. The nursery, seen here, was built in 1994 and the school itself dates from 1975.
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Fieldhead Carr School, Naburn Approach (Whinmoor)
Colour image2000. Fieldhead Carr School was originally a middle school dating from the time that Leeds operated a three-tier system. It was built in 1975 to service the new 1970s housing estate in East Leeds and catered for children aged 9 to 13. When the middle school system was abolished Whinmoor Middle became Fieldhead Carr Primary School in 1992. A nursery was added in 1994 and the school now has 225 places.
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Naburn Court and Day Centre, Naburn Approach (Whinmoor)
Colour image2000. View of Naburn Court, a sheltered housing complex and day centre situated in Naburn Approach.
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The Penda's Arms, Naburn Approach (Whinmoor) (1 comment)
Colour image2000. View of the brick built public house 'The Penda's Arms' situated in Naburn Approach, off Sherburn Road. The painted hanging pub sign depicts Penda, pagan King of Mecia, who was deated by the christian King Oswy in the Battle of Whinmoor, 655AD, and after whom the pub is named. There are some fascinating accounts of this battle and the history of the area available.
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