“These schools, which cost 1,390, arc built of brick with Hum stone dressings, and have accommodation for 600 scholars — 200 infants and 400 mixed. They are planned on the central hall system, and the classrooms are separated by sliding partitions. Mr. H.W. Pollard, of Bridgewater, was the builder, and the architect was Mr. J. Nicholson Johnston, A.R.I.B.A., of Yeovil. Published in The Building News, June 29 1898.