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Addison Primary School, London is a state school for boys and girls aged from 3 to 11.
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clara m >> Tue Nov 8, 2011 6:40 PM
Last updated on: Tue Nov 8, 2011 10:47 PM
My son attends reception class at Addison Primary. The school has a new Ofsted report which is very good. The school is improving all the time due to strong leadership. My son is happy and doing well. In his class there is one teacher, an assistant teacher and a variety of parent volunteers helping with reading and maths. Children are colour 'streamed' according to ability throughout the school. This ensures they are learning at their individual level. My son has homework every weekend with a reading book to fill out and writing and number practice. My son also takes part in lots of assemblies, singing, PE and we can choose from the "Outstanding" Ofsted rated after school clubs such as French or Football. This school is a wonderful, vibrant and welcoming school -on the way to becoming one of the best in Brook Green- just check out the strong Ofsted report!
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As many of us do, AXA Insurance and Road Safety Analysis believe that one child casualty on Britain’s roads is too much.
The data is presented by local area in order to aid the understanding of risk – it’s not just about killed or seriously injured, but about any incident reported to the police. Although road safety issues may arise due to a myriad of different reasons including proximity to busy roads and local speed limits, schools play a pivotal role in mitigating these risks by investing time in road safety education programmes.