Eastbury Primary School

School in/near Goodmayes, existing between 2016 and now

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School · Goodmayes · IG11 ·
MAY
16
2018



Academy converter (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11.

Eastbury Primary School is a mixed school which opened in 2016.

Total school capacity: 944.
Enrollment (2018): 888.
Girls enrolled (2018): 430.
Boys enrolled (2018): 460.
Has Nursery Classes.
It has a website at: http://www.eps.barking-dagenham.sch.uk/.



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VIEW THE GOODMAYES AREA IN THE 1750s
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VIEW THE GOODMAYES AREA IN THE 1800s
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VIEW THE GOODMAYES AREA IN THE 1830s
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VIEW THE GOODMAYES AREA IN THE 1860s
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LOCATIONS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Barking Abbey School, A Specialist Sports and Humanities College:   Community school (Secondary) which accepts students between the ages of 11 and 18. Admissions policy: Comprehensive (secondary).
Eastbury Children’s Centre:   This is a children’s centre.
Goodmayes Park:   
Upney:   Upney - once a small village - is an area east of Barking which has its own tube station.


NEARBY STREETS AND BUILDINGS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Abbotsford Road, IG3 · Aberdour Road, IG3 · Abinger Close, IG11 · Airthrie Road, IG3 · Aldersey Gardens, IG11 · Alloa Road, IG3 · Arundel Gardens, IG3 · Ash Grove, E9 · Ashburton Avenue, IG3 · Ashgrove Road, IG3 · Audley Gardens, IG3 · Beccles Drive, IG11 · Betchworth Road, IG3 · Bevan Avenue, IG11 · Bevan Avenue, RM8 · Blake Avenue, IG11 · Boundary Close, IG3 · Bradfield Drive, IG11 · Breamore Road, IG3 · Bridgeway, IG11 · Brixham Gardens, IG3 · Broadhurst Avenue, IG11 · Broadhurst Avenue, IG3 · Broomhill Road, IG3 · Brownlea Gardens, IG3 · Budoch Drive, IG3 · Buller Road, IG11 · Capel Gardens, IG11 · Capel Gardens, IG3 · Cardigan Gardens, IG3 · Castleton Road, IG3 · Cecil Avenue, IG11 · Charlbury Gardens, IG3 · Chudleigh Crescent, IG3 · Clare Gardens, IG11 · Cobham Road, IG3 · Colinton Road, IG3 · Colinton Road, RM8 · Cornwall Close, IG11 · Cranleigh Gardens, IG11 · Dawlish Drive, IG3 · Dawson Avenue, IG11 · Dawson Gardens, IG11 · Denham Way, IG11 · Dereham Road, IG11 · Digby Road, IG11 · Eastbury Square, IG11 · Edgefield Avenue, IG11 · Egerton Gardens, IG3 · Esher Road, IG3 · Essex Road, IG3 · Express Drive, IG3 · Fenman Gardens, IG3 · Fenman Gardens, RM6 · Forterie Gardens, IG3 · Frimley Road, IG3 · Goodey Road, IG11 · Goodmayes Lane, IG3 · Goodmayes Road, IG3 · Granton Road, IG3 · Green Lane, IG3 · Green Lane, RM10 · Greenslade Road, IG11 · Guildford Road, IG3 · Gyllyngdune Gardens, IG3 · Halsham Crescent, IG11 · Harman Rise, IG3 · Harrow Road, IG11 · Helmore Road, IG11 · Hepworth Gardens, IG11 · Hepworth Gardens, RM8 · Holmwood Road, IG3 · Hornscroft Close, IG11 · Hurstbourne Gardens, IG11 · John Burns Drive, IG11 · Keir Hardie Way, IG11 · Kenilworth Gardens, IG3 · Kildowan Road, IG3 · Kilmartin Road, IG3 · Kinfauns Road, IG3 · Lambourne Gardens, IG11 · Lambourne Road, IG11 · Larks Grove, IG11 · Leamington Gardens, IG3 · Levett Gardens, IG3 · Levett Road, IG11 · Lodge Avenue, IG11 · Lovelace Gardens, IG11 · Loxford Lane, IG3 · Lyndhurst Gardens, IG11 · Lynford Gardens, IG3 · Malvern Drive, IG11 · Malvern Drive, IG3 · Manor Road, IG11 · Margaret Bondfield Avenue, IG11 · Mayesbrook Road, IG11 · Mayesbrook Road, IG3 · Meadow Close, IG11 · Meadow Road, IG11 · Meadway, IG3 · Meldrum Road, IG3 · Melford Avenue, IG11 · Merton Road, IG11 · Morrab Gardens, IG3 · Netherfield Gardens, IG11 · Norseman Close, IG3 · Nutfield Gardens, IG3 · Oakley Avenue, IG11 · Oakwood Gardens, IG3 · Odell Close, IG11 · Oulton Crescent, IG11 · Parkway, IG3 · Payne Close, IG11 · Radley Avenue, IG3 · Ridley Close, IG11 · Ripley Road, IG3 · Ripple Road, IG11 · Ripple Road, RM9 · Rosslyn Road, IG11 · Saint Awdry’s Road, IG11 · Salisbury Avenue, IG11 · Sandhurst Drive, IG11 · Sandhurst Drive, IG3 · Sandringham Road, IG11 · Seaton Avenue, IG3 · Sheringham Drive, IG11 · Sherwood Gardens, IG11 · Shirley Gardens, IG11 · Sisley Road, IG11 · Somerby Road, IG11 · Southwold Drive, IG11 · St. Awdry’s Road, IG11 · Sterry Road, IG11 · Stratford Close, IG11 · Stratton Drive, IG11 · Talbot Gardens, IG3 · Talisman Close, IG3 · Tavistock Gardens, IG3 · The Drive, IG11 · Thornhill Gardens, IG11 · Thorpe Road, IG11 · Thurlestone Avenue, IG11 · Thurlestone Avenue, IG3 · Trenance Gardens, IG3 · Tresco Gardens, IG3 · Tresham Road, IG11 · Upney Lane, IG11 · Ventnor Gardens, IG11 · Water Lane, IG3 · Westrow Drive, IG11 · Westrow Gardens, IG3 · Wilmington Gardens, IG11 · Woodbridge Road, IG11 · Woodbridge Road, RM8 · Woodstock Gardens, IG3 ·

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