What is the difference between infant and junior school?
Infant school: a school for children in reception (also called early years foundation stage), year 1 and year 2. Some are called ‘academies’ but they are still infant schools if they have this age range. Junior school: a school for children in years 3,4,5 and 6.
Is Primary and Infant School the same?
an infant school (between the ages of four and seven). a junior school (between seven and 11). a primary school (between four and 11).
What is an infant school UK?
An infant school is a term used primarily in England and Wales, for the education of children between the ages of four and seven years. It is usually a small school serving a particular area. It is sometimes a department in a larger primary school educating children up to the age of approximately eleven years old.
What years are infants and juniors?
Primary education (4 to 11 years)
|School type||School years covered|
|Infant school||Reception + Years 1 and 2|
|Junior school||Years 3 to 6|
|First school||Reception + Years 1 to 4|
|Middle school||Years 5 to 8|
What year does infant school go up to?
Age ranges four to seven years: infant schools. seven to 11 years: junior schools. four to 11 years: primary schools.
What age are children go to infant school?
four to seven years
Age ranges four to seven years: infant schools. seven to 11 years: junior schools. four to 11 years: primary schools. 11 to 18 years: secondary schools.
How old is an infant UK?
Infants can be considered children anywhere from birth to 1 year old. Baby can be used to refer to any child from birth to age 4 years old, thus encompassing newborns, infants, and toddlers.
Is Year 1 infants or juniors?
Can a 3 year old start Reception?
Some children will begin in September before they turn five years old, whereas others will wait until the term after they turn five to begin Reception class. This means that there are likely to be new children starting Reception class at the start of each term, though this is rare.
What age is junior school in UK?
four to seven years: infant schools. seven to 11 years: junior schools. four to 11 years: primary schools. 11 to 18 years: secondary schools.
What is considered an infant?
Infants (0-1 year of age)
What is Ottershaw Park School?
The school (closed in 1980) was in Ottershaw Park, an estate which dates back to 1761 when the first mansion was built. The school was established in 1948 by Surrey County Council (SCC) as a boarding school for boys of 12 to 18 years of age. It was the first of its kind in the country to be entirely in the hands of a Local Education Authority.
Who was the first headmaster of Ottershaw College?
Prior to the war it had also been a boarding school for boys (Ottershaw College). The first boys and masters arrived in 1948 and were led by headmaster Arthur Foot CBE. He had previously taught at Doon School in India where he had made an outstanding contribution for which he had been awarded the CBE.
Did you know Ottershaw has a ‘traditional tale trail’?
The whole village rose to the challenge – as we created a ‘Traditional Tale trail’ that could be enjoyed by children in school and those home-learning. Thank you lovely people of Ottershaw!