Jews' Infants School, Buckle Street
Jews' Infants School, Buckle Street
Jews' Infants School, Buckle Street
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.
London Metropolitan Archives
LCC Photograph Library
22.132 JEW
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