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Two happy side effects of the Bacc: first, it enables teachers to keep parents comprehensively informed and keep them real; second, it unshackles teachers from the narrow range of the common entrance curriculum, allowing them to range more widely and in a cross-curricular way. It also enables them to take their classes out of doors, investigate and use the landscape. Outdoor pursuits a major feature of the curriculum, the career achievement of one of the deputy heads. Opportunities start in year 5 and the programme kicks in big time in the last two years...

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St Peter's School is an independent preparatory school set in 28 beautiful acres overlooking the Exe Estuary, we offer a full and broad curriculum right from the start. We offer scholarships for Years 7 and 8. Our pupils gain places to top independent senior schools when they leave us. The Independent Schools Inspectorate declared 'The educational experience at St Peter's is outstanding', 'Leadership and management are highly successful and give effective and clear educational direction, reflected in the good standards achieved, the pupil's outstanding personal development and the fulfillment of the school's ethos and aims'. ...Read more

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Since September 2016, Charlotte Johnston, previously deputy head (academic) at Edge Grove School in Herts. Schooled at St Albans High School for Girls and Uppingham, studied English and history of art at Birmingham; PGCE primary from University of Herts; MEd from Buckingham. Worked as a change management consultant for PwC; after starting a family she retrained as a teacher and joined Edge Grove in 2002. She and Oliver (a police officer) have two children. Charlotte enjoys tennis, skiing and yoga, music in all its forms and walking the school dog Monty on the Devon cliffs.

Brims with energy and exudes capability. The latest in a line of excellent heads, she’s had no Augean stable to muck out, but Mrs Johnston is not here to hold steady and consolidate. No, she’s forward-looking,...

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