Birdlip Primary School

Birdlip Primary School
Address
Birdlip
Gloucester
Gloucestershire
GL4 8JH
Tel
01452 862331
Fax
01452 862331
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Birdlip Primary School, Gloucester is a state school for boys and girls aged from 4 to 11.

Local authority:

Gloucestershire

Pupils:

93

Religion:

Non-denominational


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Birdlip School, at the heart of the community, will provide equal access to the curriculum for all pupils in a caring, well-resourced environment. This will enable all children to be happy whilst reaching their full potential and developing a sense of self-worth within a broadly Christian ethos. Its high standards together with good academic achievements will be widely recognised and celebrated and... Read More

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