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lower school

n
(Education) the younger pupils in a secondary school, usually those in the first three or four year groups
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The school has separate "wings", ensuring higher and lower schools are not in the same space at any one time.
has enjoyed a unique niche in school photography for upper & lower schools in Broward County.
Features of the new build, which replaces the town's old Middle and Lower Schools, include a theatre and dining hall.
The fate of the old Cowbridge Lower School will be decided by the Cowbridge Comprehensive School Trust, which will take responsibility for the site's future.
Together with the coordinators from the local lower schools, I decided to use a visual stimulus to inspire creative writing.
A Year 4 pupil from Milton Ernest Lower School illustrates the use of vivid vocabulary to bring the scene to life and shows a definite 'eye for detail': 'In the street, there was a refreshment stall.
Paige's office tried to say that he was misquoted, that his remarks referred to colleges, not lower schools.
Introductory material notes that responsibilities of postsecondary schools are significantly different from those of lower schools and school districts.
It asks what might be the result if, instead of passing the reform and restructuring buck down to the lower schools, we reversed that process and tried passing the buck up.
We in the lower schools, say those who work in them, are being asked to "reform" and "restructure" our schools radically so that the students we educate are prepared to function successfully in the world of the 21st century and especially so that they can help maintain this country's leadership in the new, highly competitive global economy.
PC Mark Goulding said both the Middle and Lower Schools were in a state of turmoil.
Deputy headteacher Geraldine Player said: "Our school entered two choirs, from the upper and lower schools, and both made it through to the final.