Spencer Public School was located at 4688 Wisemans Ferry Road, Spencer, NSW. The school closed at the end of 2014 due to falling enrollments. The school property was sold in April 2020
See also Daily Telegraph 19 April 2016 - https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/newslocal/the-hills/you-could-own-your-own-school-with-river-views-at-spencer/news-story/9aded25f186d0fab0eca0f4427c75ecf
Excerpt from the National Education Directory of Australia 2020 - SPENCER PUBLIC SCHOOL
School motto: ‘Proud of our past - Confident of our future’ Our school was founded in 1900 in Spencer (then known as Fernleigh), and relocated to its current site in 1922. Spencer is a picturesque community on the banks of the Hawkesbury River, less than 100 kms from Sydney. For most of its history, Spencer P.S. has been a one teacher school. A well resourced school with a supportive parent group, special emphasis is placed on quality educational programmes for all students in a caring and friendly environment.
Operated as a provisional school from November 1900 until July 1902, then as a public school from August 1902.
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