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Possible Answers: DAS.
Last seen on: NY Times Crossword 23 May 20, Saturday
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Dame Allan’s Schools is a collection of Independent schools in Fenham, in the west end of Newcastle upon Tyne, England. It comprises a coeducational junior school, single-sex senior schools and a coeducational sixth form. Founded in 1705 as a charity, the original schools are two of the oldest schools in the city.
They were founded by Dame Eleanor Allan, the daughter of a local goldsmith and the widow of a tobacco merchant, to provide a proper education for “40 poor boys and 20 poor girls of the parishes of St Nicholas and St John”. The schools were endowed with land at Wallsend, to the east of Newcastle. The original school seems likely to have been near St Nicholas’s Church, and certainly was by 1778. It moved to Manor Chare near All Saints’ Church in 1786, to Carliol Square in 1821, to Rosemary Lane off Pudding Chare in 1861, and to Hanover Square in 1875. The school then moved to College Street in Newcastle in 1883 and remained there until 1935 when it re-located to the present site in Fenham.