Spooner Row Primary School was built in 1875 at a cost of £1,063 and 10 shillings. It first opened in May 1875 with 110 children on roll. It now offers an all-through primary education for children from five to eleven years old. The school works in close partnership with the Spooner Row Acorns pre-school group. A traditional village school, it is situated on the edge of Spooner Row village about three miles from Wymondham town centre. Although it has a Victorian foundation, its buildings have been adopted over the years to meet the needs of the modern primary curriculum.
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