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Majority of parents professional; reflects the diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds of the area. Boys (and now girls) are confident, articulate and engaged in class. Very special infant school, for 4 to 7-year-olds. Opened 2008 in a very attractive mock Regency building across the road from the main school. Brain gym twice a day; lots of physical and creative activity; individual and group support for learning needs. Automatic progression from the infant school to junior school in most cases. Virtually all progress to…

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Since 2013, Mrs Clare Bruce MA (early 40s). Educated at Hutchesons’ Grammar School in Glasgow, read English at St Andrews and did PGCE at Loughborough. Spent two years in business. First teaching post at Grace Dieu Manor School in Leicestershire, then moved to Derby Grammar School. Head of Derby Grammar Junior School for four years. Has two children and enjoys reading and keeping fit in her spare time.


Individual assessment through games activities used to assess potential for learning for reception children, and national curriculum based numeracy and literacy assessment for years 1 and 2, plus classroom based practical activities observation (for both).

For entry to junior school, exam in English and maths based on national curriculum and reasoning, plus observation during an afternoon's activities, to assess social skills, and informal interview...

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