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St Benedict's Catholic Primary School, Atherstone is a state school for boys and girls aged from 4 to 11.
School Self Portrait
We are a small successful family orientated, Catholic Primary School on the outskirts of Atherstone. Our small classes enable us to give our children that little more attention than in schools with 30 as a standard class size. We seek to provide an excellent education for all who choose our school and welcome all to apply for a place in our school. In November 2012 we were judged a good school by Ofsted... Read More
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LBJ >> Wed Jun 5, 2013 10:19 PM
Last updated on: Wed Jun 5, 2013 10:19 PM
A village school on the edge of town. A lovely peaceful setting, with lovely features. Fantastic school dinners home made on site (opted out from WCC), great wrap around care and fantastic staff. A school where all the kids mix and the older years assist the youngest. A brilliant place for young minds to grow, learn and flourish. A school I choose to send my precious children to. Also a school proud to try hard and one which has held a green eco flag award for 3 years.
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