Goldenhill Church School Then & Now

Pictured right is St John’s Church School, which the photograph is believed to have been taken in the 1960’s.

The Church School in it’s prime was a focal point of education in Goldenhill to pupils who attended the school for many year’s, and it is believed goes as far back as Victorian and Edwardian times.


Courts Favour Prosecution Over Church School Blot on Landscape

Birmingham based Landstone Homes have been prosecuted in the courts due to them not carrying out urgent repairs on the old church school building on High Street, Goldenhill.

The developer was issued with a section 215 notice by Stoke on Trent City Council and because they failed to comply with the notice they received […]

Community Payback Could Have a Place of Their Own

At the Sandyford & Goldenhill Residents Public Meeting held on Thursday, it was discussed that a housing developer could be building a small community room on the site of St John’s Church in Goldenhill, so that Community Payback workers would be able to have a base of their own to work from.

This would […]

New Plans for Derelict School Site

The redevelopment of the Old Church School on Goldenhill’s High Street has been a topic of conversation for some time, especially with the building being left open to vandalism and its eyesore appearance.

Paul Squire from Landstone Homes came to see the S.A.G.E. committee and Councillor Martin Garner last month to see what ideas or […]

Redevelopment – Old Church School

Paul Squire from Landstone Homes (Birmingham) attended the Sandyford & Goldenhill Residents Association Committee Meeting earlier in the month in regards to the redevelopment of the old Church School on Goldenhill’s High Street.

Paul Squire said, the site is losing money and that is why he is asking S.A.G.E. & Councillor Martin Garner to give […]