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A school for children between the ages of about five and eleven.
- ‘The school was included in a year-long review into five Catholic primary schools in East Bradford.’
- ‘The Council has also agreed to fund plans to create three special primary schools alongside existing primary schools.’
- ‘Pupils at both local primary schools started the new school year last week after the summer holidays.’
- ‘Five local primary schools have been rewarded for their commitment and achievements in PE and sport.’
- ‘In other schools secondary school teachers visit local primary schools to give special classes.’
- ‘In the last five years, primary schools in England and Wales have halved the amount of time allocated to physical education.’
- ‘North Swindon has an expanding population and has five primary schools.’
- ‘The literacy and numeracy strategies were not compulsory in primary schools.’
- ‘Twenty seven teams from the five primary schools in the Credit Unions Common bond took part.’
- ‘The course is open to boys and girls who attend primary schools in the borough and who are in years five or six.’
- ‘Parent power appeared to have triumphed last night in a battle to save five Bradford primary schools from closure.’
- ‘The survey also indicated that more than two out of five primary schools charged pupils for swimming lessons.’
- ‘Each of the five classrooms at the new primary school provides an education for 60 children.’
- ‘Several other primary schools have new head teachers this term.’
- ‘The event gives the junior pupils from primary schools in and around Appleby a taste of grammar school life.’
- ‘Eleven primary schools from the Keighley area took part and the best five from each school were shortlisted for the final judging.’
- ‘The two schools are to merge in September to become one primary school for children aged five to 11.’
- ‘They had known one another at nursery, gone to separate primary schools but were reunited at secondary school.’
- ‘Of the five primary schools reviewed in Leeds, Tinshill has the most surplus places - 140.’
- ‘It has five primary schools but two new ones are due to be completed by 2006.’
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