Jews' Infants School, Buckle Street
Jews' Infants School, Buckle Street
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Jews' Infants School, Buckle Street
SC_PHL_02_0325_83_3708 (Collage 188720)
London Metropolitan Archives: LCC Photograph Library
The school was founded in 1841 in Houndsditch, and the Buckle Street building was built in 1888. It replaced a smaller facility in East Tenter Street and was opened in March 1889.

The building suffered bomb damage during the Second World War, and was derelict until it was acquired by a Jewish sweet making firm in 1954. It was demolished around 1960 and replaced by a four-storey warehouse which was replaced in 2011 by Goldpence Apartments, a seven-storey residential building.
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