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Infant Schools in Plymouth

Infant Schools Panel

Infant schools provide early primary education for children aged 4 to 7 years old, covering Key Stage 1 of the national curriculum.

Key Stage 1 corresponds to school years 1 and 2.

Some infant schools are stand-alone, while others are joined with nursery classes or linked to a "feeder" junior school that children progress to at age 7. The infant school curriculum focuses on developing basic literacy and numeracy, core subjects like science, computing, arts, etc through creative play-based learning.

At the end of Key Stage 1, children transition from infant to junior/primary school at age 7.

Plymouth has two infant schools:


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