infant school

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infant school

(in England and Wales) a school for children aged between 5 and 7

infant school (Brit.)

A form of primary school which gives instruction to 4- to 7-year-old children in preparation for grammar school.
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Headteacher Celia Wilson |outside Marwood Church of England Infant School
Notice is given in accordance with section 19(1) of the Education and Inspections Act 2006 that Liverpool City Council intends to make a prescribed alteration to Dovedale Community Infant School and Dovedale Community Junior school, Herondale Road, Liverpool L18 1JX from 1st September 2015.
The school is part of a federation of three that also includes Wellhouse Junior and Infant School at Wellhouse, between Golcar and Linthwaite, and Wilberlee Junior and Infant School at Slaithwaite.
Race Leys Infant School Brownsover Community School
Jean McEwan is wished a happy retirement by children from Lister Infant School in Tuebrook
Redcar and Cleveland Council is proposing the move which would see Teesville Infant School becoming a primary school located on the existing Ravensworth site.
Mynydd Isa schools have decided to merge after the infant school headteacher decided to retire this Easter.
This also applies to children transferring from infant school to juniors and for parents with children at nursery moving to reception.
Pam Roberts, of Park Street Infant School in Abergavenny, was presented with the national award for Primary Teacher of the Year live on BBC2 last night.
FLAGS and fans were waving at a Merseyside infant school after it won funding from the Chinese government to teach Mandarin.
AN infant school in Rugby has been praised by government inspectors.
Teesville Infant School and Ravensworth Junior School are the last remaining separate infant and junior schools in Redcar and Cleveland.

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