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Playground can be a noisy affair in this large school. Lego club has been set up for quieter souls who find the hustle and bustle of break-time too much, as well as a cordoned off quieter zone, but some parents still say ‘it’s a bit of a jungle out there.’ School takes part in every tournament going - often with great success. Huge number of trophies on display to prove it. Swimming from years 3 to 5. Not just predictable sports here - cross-country and…

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What the school says...

Honeywell Infant and Junior Schools are popular and successful schools situated in Battersea, near Wandsworth Common. The schools share the Victorian building and have recently benefited from several developments, including ipads for pupils’ use, refitted classrooms and refurbished outdoor facilities.

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What The Good Schools Guide says

Head of junior school

Since 2001, Mr Duncan Roberts BEd NPQH (50s). Previously deputy head. Inspiring and popular head who is well respected by teachers, parents and pupils. Good sense of humour. Keen sportsman who enjoys swimming, football and playing water polo and instils in the children ‘the importance of both winning and losing with dignity'. One parent described him as ‘a born leader, but also a team player,’ while another told us that ‘he gets on with everybody.’ Has two young children.

Entrance

Once through to the infant school, each child is allocated a place in the junior school, though it’s still necessary to reapply via the borough. Places do become available further up the school, so it’s worth persevering. Incredibly popular - no problem filling vacancies.

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