Teachers House dating from the Post Medieval period onwards, built of brick with stone dressings. It is situated on Coventry Road, Kingsbury.
Boughton Endowed School which was built during the Post Medieval period. The school building has now been converted into houses. They are situated on Vicarage Lane, Dunchurch.
Brailes Free School was founded in the Post Medieval period and continued in use until the 1960s. It was situated to the east of the church at Lower Brailes.
The Church of St Edmund and Church House. The church/school and the church house were built in the Imperial period, and are situated south east of the Manor House, Thurlaston.
Dunsmore House, a house with stables that was built during the Imperial period. It was at one point used as a girls' school. The house is situated in Brinklow.
A workhouse that was built during the Imperial period. The workhouse buildings were later used as the Hospital of St Luke. It is situated on Temple Street, Rugby.
Nethersole School which was built in the Post Medieval period. Part of the school was rebuilt in the Imperial period. It is situated 50m north of High Street, Polesworth.
A Roman Catholic Church dating to the Imperial period. It was originally built as a school but was converted to a church in the 20th century. It is located in Grump Street, Illmington.
The present Rugby School dates back to the beginning of the Imperial period when it moved to this site. It is situated in Barby Road, Rugby.
A building constructed during the Imperial period as a school. It is built of red and black bricks that are arranged in a chequered pattern. The building is situated on the corner of Bridge Street and High Street in Polesworth.