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Fair degree of academic rigour (spellings, 3Rs and fairly trad subject mix), but emphasis placed increasingly on individualised learning, with IT playing an important rôle. Clear emphasis on making learning enjoyable - fancy dress competitions and treasure hunts go hand in hand with events like World Book Day, when children’s authors come to talk to pupils. Previous head was even dressed as Cruella de Vil during a recent inspection (apparently no inspectors went missing afterwards)...

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Entrance assessments: during an informal process pupils will be given an opportunity to demonstrate literacy and numeracy skills as appropriate for their age. A school report is also considered for all entry ages.

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Since 2015, Sue Marks. Began as a medical scientist working in pathology and clinical biochemistry. Qualified as a teacher in Essex and has been involved in primary teaching now for over 20 years, most recently as head of early years and then head of junior school at St Joseph’s School, a co-ed independent day school in Launceston, Cornwall.

In 2012, she received The Astra Zeneca Primary Science Teacher Award and was invited to become a fellow of the PSTT College (Primary Science Teaching Trust), which promotes the provision of excellent primary science throughout the country.

Lives on the edge of Dartmoor with her husband and two children, both of whom enjoyed a most successful sixth form experience at Exeter School and are now busy with their...

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