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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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As we are infant school we don't have a school council but we do give children lots of opportunities to share their ideas on developing the school.
Clough Head Junior and Infant School, Bolster Moor, Huddersfield |
That work has now led to them becoming the first infant school in the country to net Confucius classroom status.
It offers the opportunity to build on the success of Teesville Infant School.
The infant school was graded 'outstanding' last time Ofsted inspectors visited in 2007.
Now all 64 pupils at the infant school are to be tested at home and only allowed to return once they have been given the all-clear.
Mr Jones had earlier visited Ouston Infant School and South Pelaw Infant School, both in the Chester-le-Street area, where pupils called on him to press for more action to tackle global poverty.
Lyn Evans, head teacher at the infant school, which caters for 189 children aged between four and seven, said: ``Everyone at Vigo County Infant School is devastated by the death and our thoughts and condolences are with his family.
The infant school has a dedicated art and music room, library, a lift for pupils with disabilities and a 350 sq metre acoustically designed hall with under floor heating, which can be used for assemblies, sports activities and concerts.
Gilmour infant school secured funding to complete the refurbishment of an unused annexe building.
AN infant school in Rugby has been praised by government inspectors.
Flintshire County Council executive approved the idea of consultation over the mergers of Broughton Infant School with the local junior school and Mynydd Isa Wat's Dyke Infant School with its junior school.

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