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    Through Nord Anglia University our teaching staff maintain the highest standards of a rigorous British education.

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    We are a truly international school with students attending from over 70 different countries

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    We operate an open admissions policy because we believe that given the right learning environment every child can grow and thrive to be an outstanding success in life.

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Excellent Learning Conversations

There has been a great atmosphere in school this week with children excited about learning new things.  Students have been talking about how they have been showing respect in school and explaining what being respectful means to them.

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There have been some excellent learning conversations taking places between the students.  In Year 4, students were discussing the difference between a ‘significant person’ and a ‘famous person’.  The students discussed about whether a significant person was someone who had a positive impact and some students challenged these ideas.  This highlighted the level of understanding the students had developed and their enthusiasm for learning.

I look forward to hearing many more learning conversations throughout the term.


Wishing you a lovely weekend,

Jo Prabhu

Head of Primary