Exhall

Exhall is a suburban settlement in the Nuneaton and Bedworth district of Warwickshire, England.

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Ash Green School
... Exhall, Bedworth Heath, Market End and Goodyers End), Keresley Newlands, Corley and Fillongley ... For a time during the 1980s, its name was changed to Exhall School following a merge with the comprehensive school at nearby Keresley ... However, after several incidents of confusion with the nearby Exhall Grange School, Ash Green School reverted to its former name ...
Exhall Grange School - History - Early Years
... Exhall Grange School was established in 1951 on the site of a former Second World War army base, and began life with twelve pupils ... The concept of Exhall Grange had originally been his, and he was one of its founding members of staff ... the school paid for a plaque to be dedicated to him at Exhall Grange ...
Bedworth - Suburbs and Districts
... namely Collycroft, Mount Pleasant, Bedworth Heath, Coalpit Field, Goodyers End and Exhall ... Exhall is a generic name for the area surrounding junction 3 of the M6 motorway, comprising parts of both Bedworth and Coventry ... Much of what is now considered Exhall within south Bedworth is also referred to as Hayes Green by locals and on older maps of the area ...
Exhall - Education
... There are many educational establishments in Exhall Exhall Cedars Infant School Nursery, a state school for pupils aged 2 to 7, in Trenance Road St Giles Junior School, a state school for pupils aged 7 to 11, in ... reorganisation of schools in northern Warwickshire in 1996, there was another school in the area, Exhall First School (on the corner of School Lane and Exhall Green) ... This school merged with Cedars First School to form Exhall Cedars Infant School (on the Cedars site), and the old Exhall First School building is now a ...
Exhall Grange School
... Exhall Grange School and Science College is a community special school located in Ash Green just outside Coventry in Warwickshire, England ... a school for visually impaired pupils, Exhall Grange was the first school to cater exclusively for partially sighted children ... In 2001 Exhall Grange began to share its campus with RNIB Pears Centre for Specialist Learning (then known as RNIB Rushton School and Children's Home), an RNIB school which relocated there from Northamptonshire ...