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Baines' School is a secondary school in Poulton-Le-Fylde, Lancashire, England. It was founded through James Baines' will in 1717 and is a former grammar school.
It was one of three schools set up in Baines’ will, the others being at Marton and Thornton.
In the mid-19th century, the school was teaching around 100 pupils without charging fees. Baines’ will also provided payments to the poor of the area and apprenticeships.
The school was graded as “requiring improvement” by Ofsted inspectors in 2015, after they found a “significant reduction in staff” and “a decline in the quality of teaching and achievement” compared to the last inspection in 2011.