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Spacious, well-resourced classrooms with colourful displays throughout. Outdoor classroom – a wildlife study area, the Gingko meadow...Weekly award for children who have shown especially positive qualities in memory of former deputy head boy who died at 12 years...

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At Kings Infant & Junior Division, the Kings ethos pervades all that we do: our pupils have high aspirations, are encouraged to be curious and creative and, most importantly, to enjoy everything that school life has to offer.

We provide a happy, secure and purposeful environment in which our pupils flourish. Our children are nurtured in small classes with inspirational teachers, as they embark on their journey of learning at school. Our facilities are spectacular and there is so much on offer that we would encourage you to come and see us either at an Open Event or during a normal working day. Only then will you really get a feel for what makes our school truly unique and very special. ...Read more

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Since 2009, Mrs Caroline Hulme-Mckibbin BEd (early 40s), educated at Altrincham Girls' Grammar and Homerton College, Cambridge. Taught in state primaries in Trafford then at King's Junior when co education introduced; became academic head. After a career break to have family returned in 2003 as vice principal; 2005 head of Alderley Edge School for Girls' junior section. Friendly and easy to talk to, teaches RS, art, PSHE and ICT to various years and runs philosophy club, about which she is 'passionate'. Husband a business consultant, two girls of 13 and 15 at Altrincham Girls' Grammar. Interests include netball umpiring, theatre, reading. Wants children to believe they can do 'anything they set their minds to', and to think flexibly.


Infants' (3-7 years) places offered by date of application (registration from birth). Juniors: full day at school...

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