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Since its origins in 1847, St Johns Priory has offered a stimulating and nurturing environment for children in the heart of Banbury. St Johns Priory is a thriving independent day school for boys and girls from 3 to 11 years where childrens horizons are widened by a vibrant all-round education. Our core strengths are traditional values, academic excellence including the teaching of two modern languages, music and the creative arts. Strong links with nearby senior independent schools afford access to excellent sporting facilities.
The family first approach and no Saturday school ensure that children have the time to spend with their families and are really able to enjoy their childhood.
'This school offers as close as you can get to a bespoke education for your child. Its unique family atmosphere ensures that school life can be tailored to bring out the very best in its pupils' - Mrs B, St John's Priory School parent.
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