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Throughout the school, teaching is based around the national curriculum, ‘but not as a be-all and end-all in itself.’ This small, friendly school offers a bit more than just a standard education, whether it’s planting trees, or singing French songs, or introducing a new sport. They extend this invitation to other schools regularly through sports, and also the annual children’s festival, packed with bands, street dances, cakes, bouncy castles, welly throwing, face painting and candy floss. As one parent put it, ‘Kingsley School takes the child, and…

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Since 2014, Jane Bruce. Previously head of prep at Millfield, Somerset. Specialist SEN teacher with a diploma in dyslexia. Teaches English to year 6, classes in the Grenville Dyslexia Centre, plus in-house teacher training across the whole school. She believes the staff work well together, taking classes for either the junior or senior schools when needed and sharing knowledge. Parents agree, ‘It is a friendly school and the staff seem to work well together for the good of the pupils and the school as a whole.’ Some classes are small and are currently boys predominate. Jane recognises that this can worry some parents, but believes it could actually give them an advantage. Year groups are united to make up the sports teams for example, and ultimately make friends across the school. Other parents are...

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