Dame Allan’s Junior School A GSG School
- Dame Allan’s Junior School
Newcastle upon Tyne
- Head: Mr AJ Edge
- T 01912 750608
- F 01912 751502
- E email@example.com
- W www.dameallans.co.uk
- A mainstream independent school for pupils aged from 3 to 11
- Boarding: No
- Local authority: Newcastle Upon Tyne
- Pupils: 270
- Religion: Not Applicable
- Fees: £7,374 - £9,660 pa
- Open days: October/November
- Review: View The Good Schools Guide Review
- ISI report: View the ISI report
- Linked schools: Dame Allan’s Senior Schools
What The Good Schools Guide says..
Excellent pastoral care in a school where the head knows every child by name. Children seem happy, at ease and confident in their new environment. Assemblies for reception upwards; taking part in the birthday hat celebration and being serenaded by......
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What The Good Schools Guide saysExcellent pastoral care in a school where the head knows every child by name. Children seem happy, at ease and confident in their new environment. Assemblies for reception upwards; taking part in the birthday hat celebration and being serenaded by...
Head of Junior School
Since 2008 Andrew Edge MA (50s), previously head of years 4-6 here. Studied mediaeval and modern history at St Andrews, then a spell in industry (accountancy and customer service) before a PGCE at Durham. Taught and subsequently appointed deputy head at Ravenscourt Park Prep School in London.
Genial, dapper and approachable; a hands-on head who ‘does not like to spend his time behind a desk’. Is keen for school to have its own identity but ‘to sit as one within the Dame Allan family’. Wants pupils to think that ‘learning is fun’, and...