Probably Alexander Ross, later 19th century. Long S facing
single storey school range flanked either end by single storey
and attic, 3-bay schoolhouses. Red sneck coursed rubble with
contrasting tooled sandstone dressings and long and short
9-bay centre school block, with slightly advanced gabled
outer and centre bays, and with 2 entrances in projecting
porches abutting outer gables. Paired long pointed-headed
windows in outer gables; similar triple windows in centre.
All small windows have pointed heads. Schoolhouses each with
centre door under bargeboarded slated canopy with flanking pointed-headed windows similar to those in school. Segmental
headed windows break wallheads in outer bays, rising into
gablets. 4-pane glazing, multi-pane glazing in long windows.
Blind trefoil vents in gables; coped ridge and end stacks;
slate roofs with projecting eaves.
School fronted by cast-iron spearhead railings with matching
gates and slender octagonal cast-iron gate piers. Coped
rubble garden walls enclose schoolhouses, with paired gates
and similar gate piers as school.