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Head keen to involve parents in their children's education – runs regular workshops to give parents a good understanding of subjects children are studying and encourages them to come in and work with reading groups. Once a term homework is...

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At Royal Russell Junior School we believe that we are uniquely placed to offer your child the very best educational experience and aim to instil a love of learning, in an environment where achievement and self-confidence are championed. This equips our girls and boys with the skills for independent, life-long learning.

We treat all of our children as individuals and will, through a team of highly dedicated and talented staff, enable them to achieve the best of their ability both inside and outside the classroom.

We look forward to welcoming you to our school.
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Head keen to involve parents in their children's education – runs regular workshops to give parents a good understanding of subjects children are studying and encourages them to come in and work with reading groups. Once a term homework is suspended for a week for a creative...

Junior school headmaster

Since 2009, Mr James Thompson BA QTS (30s). Previously director of studies at Kingswood Prep, Bath, and then deputy head at Ardingly College Prep School. Married to Viv, head of a nursery school in Notting Hill Gate; prior to that she ran the marketing for the junior school. They have two young daughters who both attend the junior school. Mr Thompson initially trained as a PE teacher; his other specialist subjects are mathematics and geography. His passion for sports rubs off on the school – a keen...

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