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« on: May 11, 2018, 17:25:32 PM »

The Sphere - Saturday 30 April 1949

SCHOOL-BUILDING WITHOUT TEARS

The first of five schools to be built by the Kent County Council in aluminium prefabricated sections is now well under way. The school will be known as the Grays Farm County Primary School and is at St. Paul's Cray. The walls and roofs are of aluminium alloy in prefabricated sections supplied by the Bristol Aeroplane Housing Company, and they are delivered to the site ready for erection. Thus much time and labour, apart from materials, are saved. The block illustrated in course of erection will house five class-rooms and one general-purpose room. The whole school will accommodate 360 children.

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