Brownhill C of E School, Batley

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Brownhill National School, Intake Lane was built in 1873 and became known as Brownhill Church of England School from c1900. The school became an infants only school in c1970 and closed in 1976 when a new premises opened, the building was later used as a Territorial Army Centre.

The earliest recorded log book for the school is dated March 1873.