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0°23′18″W / 51.6417°N 0.3882°W / 51.6417 -0.3882 (Bromet Primary School) Bushey and Oxhey – Infant 117157 ... W 51°38′51 ... They were joined in 1859 by British schools, initially in Red Lion Yard and later moving to Sotheron Road (girls) and Beechen Grove (boys) ... Another set of National schools, attached to St Andrew's Church, were founded in 1860 ...
... Kangaroo Point's first school was opened in 1861 by the Church of England ... A separate Girls and Infants school opened on 2 March 1874 ... This was replaced by the Kangaroo Point Girls School and the Kangaroo Point Infants School which both opened on 20 January 1890 ...
... Individual Piano Lesson Percussion Sensory Integration Program Specialist Music Teacher Specialist Sports Teacher Speech and Drama Interschool Hockey Competition with local private and public schools. ...
... School Suburb/Town Years Founded Website Nabiac Public School Nambucca Heads High School Nambucca Heads Public School Nana Glen Public School Nangus ...
... Riverhead contains Amherst Primary School and Riverhead Infants School ... On Saturdays, there is Saturday morning football club at Amherst school, open to the students there ... is a nursery on the former site of Riveread Infants school until 2002 with the rest of the site now being residential ...
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“Their school a crowd, his master solitude;
Through Jonathan Swifts dark grove he passed, and there
Plucked bitter wisdom that enriched his blood.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“But O, young beauty of the woods,
Whom Nature courts with fruits and flowers,
Gather the flowers, but spare the buds;
Lest Flora, angry at thy crime
To kill her infants in their prime,
Do quickly make the example yours;
And ere we see,
Nip in the blossom all our hopes and thee.”
—Andrew Marvell (16211678)