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St Albans Infant / Primary School Recommendations

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mamabearoxox Tue 13-May-14 09:16:40

Would anyone be able to recommend a good Infant / Primary school for my daughter to start in reception year in the St. Albans area.

Somewhere in close proximity to Nicholas Breakspear School would be good.

I would be interested in your thoughts on state and independent schools.

Many thanks in advance for your comments!

ALifeOfPie Tue 13-May-14 09:22:27

So, you didn't get any replies to your first and second identical OP, but your third and fourth idendical threads did get one reply each which were useful. Why start a fifth identical thread? Why not bump one of the existing threads with a thank you to the people who replied? Or perhaps post this on a local thread where it might get local people seeing it?

mamabearoxox Tue 13-May-14 09:46:03

Thanks Alfie for the tip.

This is my first posting and I am very new at this and seem to be having some issues with my laptop..or it is probably just me!

As a newbie I ask for some patience whilst I learn the ropes ;-)

Thanks all!

ALifeOfPie Tue 13-May-14 13:31:52

Sorry that was a bit harsh and grumpy of me wasn't it. I hope you find the answers you need.

Stalbans2016 Fri 10-Jun-16 21:30:33

Are you thinking about sending your child to Nicholas Breakspear as a secondary school? This is a great school and has rapid improvement over the last few years. Ss Albans and Stephen is also a good school with a new headteacher who is making positive changes. My son is in the junior school and loves going each day. But I know it is subscribed. Have you considered St John Fisher?

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