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junior school

n
(Education) (in England and Wales) a school for children aged between 7 and 11. Compare infant school
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Noun1.junior school - British school for children aged 7-11
elementary school, grade school, primary school, grammar school - a school for young children; usually the first 6 or 8 grades
Translations
osnovna šola

junior school

n (Brit) → scuola elementare (da 7 a 11 anni)
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Junior school head Neil Price said: "The report is a wonderful testimony to the hard work of everyone here - pupils, staff and parents.
Jill Brown, deputy head of Church High Junior School, said: "This year's Junior School production has given the girls a great opportunity to practice their performance skills and their comedy techniques too, with every girl in Year 6 getting the chance to take on a speaking role.
The show was the culmination of a musical outreach programme which saw teachers at Durham High School for Girls work with pupils at primary and junior schools across the county.
Remember When reader Mrs E Brown of Middlesbrough, has also sent a photograph of pupils from Green Lane Junior School, top right, but in around 1958 or 1959.
The NACE Challenge honour, presented for excellence in educating gifted and talented pupils, makes Palfrey Junior School, Maple Road, Walsall, only the 16th junior school in the country to achieve the award.
The snap shows Gwynedd Junior School 1965-66 cup and shield winners.
Called Bablake Junior School, it will be based in Coundon and cater for 400 pupils from nursery age through to 11.
The money, from the School's Access Initiative Fund, will benefit 21 infant and junior schools and three secondary schools.
B' race winners Bablake Junior School - team captain Maria Savage is pictured with the trophy.
Jill Brown, deputy head of Church High Junior School, said: "This year's Junior School production has given the girls a great opportunity to practise their performance skills and their comedy techniques too, with every girl in Year Six getting the chance to take on a speaking role.
The buildings are being demolished to make way for a state-of-the-art nursery and junior school on the six-acre site, close to the main school in Fenham.
The 25 pupils from Murch Junior School weren't born when the Swedish group Abba won the Eurovision Song Contest with Waterloo, in 1974.

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