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Head describes school as, 'non-selectively selective' and pupils move on to an impressive range of schools, often with awards. Known as a 'sporty school' and pupils let off steam in the extensive grounds. The library is a popular place, staffed full-time..'We encourage pupils in whatever way works for them...' Around two-thirds learn an instrument and  ensembles, orchestra and bands cater for all ages and aptitudes, ‘I nearly fainted when my son said he was joining...'

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What the school says...

Town Close is a leading independent and co-educational day school in Norwich for children aged 3–13. Our beautiful wooded site gives our children space and freedom and contributes substantially to our reputation as an outstandingly happy school. We value each individual for the breadth and variety of their talents and celebrate effort and commitment in every part of school life. Preparing our pupils for the future ensures they move seamlessly into their senior schools, with many celebrating scholarship success. Central to this success is the quality of the school's teaching and facilities. ...Read more

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Since 2021, Mr Christopher Wilson BSc (Hons), PGCE. Educated at Oundle, then Newcastle University for his degree in rural and environmental economics and PGCE in secondary maths at Homerton (Cambridge). Knew teaching was his, ‘thing,’ from teens onward. ‘I went back to my old prep (Winchester House) to help with camps and trips and things. After university, they offered me a post teaching maths, later I became a boarding house master and ended up staying eleven years – very happily.’ In 2012 he moved to Lockers Park as deputy head, becoming head in 2013. He is, in fact, a ‘Norwich Lad,’ and was born in the old Norfolk and Norwich hospital. His family background also features cheese mongering, ‘I was working in the business in Covent Garden at weekends and every holiday, in the...

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Special Education Needs

At Town Close we have a Learning Support department which works across both the Pre-Prep and Prep departments. We work closely with parents and children to ensure that their individual needs are met. Children's needs are assessed through a variety of tools and support is put in place accordingly. This support ranges from in-class support, 1-1 support, small group work or even time with the School therapy dog, Bella! If a child has a Special Educational Need and we feel we can meet their needs, we are very happy to have them join the school.

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