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  1. Raine's Foundation School was a Church of England voluntary aided school based on two sites in Bethnal Green in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, England.

  2. Education is our main focus, but in difficult times, the Trust recognises the dilemma of the most disadvantaged in the East End and aspires to help young people to survive and achieve. We are happy to welcome three churches in The Henry Raine School Building in Approach Road.

  3. Raine's School Foundation. Henry Raine was a wealthy brewer from Wapping; he was a pious Churchman, highly respected in the community. In 1719, Henry Raine founded Raine's Foundation School to provide an education for local poor children (50 boys and 50 girls).

  4. Celebrating 300 years. Raine's celebrated its Tercentenary on 8th May 2019 at St Paul's Cathedral. An evensong service to celebrate our Foundation was very well attended by current and past students and teachers.

  5. In 1736 Raine's Asylum, or Hospital, was established nearby as a boarding school for 40 girls, trained by a Matron for four years in order to take up domestic service on leaving. Girls were...

  6. Preserved in facade of modern school are the 2 original figures of boy and girl and the original tablet inscribed "Come in and learn your duty to God and Man, 1719" from the first Raine's School in Raine Street, Wapping (qv).

  7. 11 lug 2019 · East London’s oldest school faces closure. Consultations are open on plans to close Raine’s Foundation School in August 2020, with Oaklands Secondary School expanding in order to accommodate displaced students.