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My daughter started in Y1 and I have seen her grow in confidence over the years. She has made lots of friends and is very happy. She is now Y3 and comes home often excited about something shes learnt or done in class. Its really encouraging. It shows you dont need all the high tech equipment and fancy modern building for your child to flourish and enjoy being at school. The environment is loving, caring and nurturing as well as educational xx

Commented on 14th Oct 2016

My daughter attends this school in year 8. There are very small class sizes and she is flourishing here. Every child is treated like an individual in a safe loving and Christian environment. The whole school is like a family and there are no bullies here and that includes the teachers! The school is a very quiet, safe and happy place.

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