Springfield Primary School was originally built on the Springfield Road in Belfast in 1910.
The building is of traditional red-brick design comprising some architectural features typical of that of “old Belfast”. It is of excellent condition and has been carefully preserved over the years. It has eight rooms; one is used for each of the primaries 1-7 and the other one is used for the playgroup.
The inside of the building is bright and attractive with many displays of the children’s work.
Below are some photos of our extension which was opened in October 2015...