Post 1872. Former school. Single storey; virtually L-plan; jamb to S slightly higher. Later brick additions. Lime-washed rubble. Red sandstone ashlar dressings; stugged rybats and quoins, with finely droved margin drafts. Projecting cills. Boarded doors.
W ELEVATION: gable advanced to right, with window, and blind gun loop in gablehead. Wallhead stack to left to N return; gabled brick porch in re-entrant angle, with door to N; small flat-roofed brick addition to porch to W with window to W. 3 widely spaced windows. Wallhead stack, and later gabled porch below, between centre and right windows; door to N and window to W to porch; brick margins and quoins.
N ELEVATION: window at centre; blind gun loop in gablehead.
S ELEVATION: 3-bay; regular fenestration.
E ELEVATION: gable advanced to left; window to E; door to N return. 4-bay (3-1); regular fenestration. Slightly advanced wallhead stack, with stalk replaced in brick, between 2 right bays. Brick lean-to adjoined to outer right. Rubble wall adjoined below window to inner left.
9- and 12-pane glazing in sash and case windows. Ashlar coped skews. Ashlar dressed shouldered wallhead stacks (see elevations). Small grey slates. Ball finials to gables, missing to W.
Rubble walls. Pair of square rubble gatepiers, with pebble coping.
Lean-to former toilet block to E; rubble, with later brick alterations; grey slate roof.