Newtownards Model School :: Shared Description

“Model schools” were non-denominational State-run primary schools intended to serve both as schools and as training places for teachers. The first was established in Dublin in 1834. The Newtownards school, on the Scrabo Road, opened in 1862. The architect was Frederick Darley of Dublin. The style is that of a Jacobean house embellished by many decorative features including a tower, finials and fancy chimneys. A very impressive building in superb external condition especially in view of its age.
by Albert Bridge
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J4873 : Newtownards Model School (1) by Albert Bridge
J4873 : Newtownards Model School (4) by Albert Bridge
J4873 : Main entrance and tower of the Newtownards Model Primary School by Eric Jones
J4873 : Rooftops, Newtownards (April 2015) by Albert Bridge
J4873 : Newtownards Model School (3) by Albert Bridge
J4873 : Newtownards Model Primary School on Scrabo Road by Eric Jones
J4873 : Newtownards Model School (2) by Albert Bridge
J4873 : The West Wing of the Newtownards Model Primary School, Scrabo Road by Eric Jones


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Created: Sat, 11 Jan 2014, Updated: Sat, 11 Jan 2014

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