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Children's Centre Schools in Frolesworth (2024)

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  • Henry David Learning Woodfield School

    Henry David Learning Woodfield School is a co-ed institution located in Frolesworth, East Midlands. With a small student body of 5 students, it offers personalized education for children aged 7-19. Led by Headteacher Mrs Sandra Cross, the school focuses on providing a nurturing and inclusive environment for students with special educational needs. The Dutch Barn campus ensures a unique learning experience for every child.
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Schools Nearby Frolesworth

  • Hallbrook Primary School

    Hallbrook Primary School is a co-educational school located in Broughton Astley, East Midlands. With a student-teacher ratio of 20:1, our dedicated staff provides a nurturing environment for children aged 3-11. We prioritize academic excellence, with average scores of 105 in maths and 104 in reading. Our school values diversity and offers support for students with special educational needs. With a strong focus on safety and resources, we aim to provide a well-rounded education for all students.
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  • Claybrooke Primary School

    Claybrooke Primary School is a co-ed primary school located in Claybrooke Parva, East Midlands. With a student-teacher ratio of 15:1, our dedicated staff provides a nurturing environment for children aged 4-11. Our school focuses on academic excellence, offering a strong foundation in maths and reading. We also prioritize inclusivity, with 23.7% of students receiving SEN support. While our recent Ofsted report highlights areas for improvement, we are committed to enhancing the overall effectiveness of our school and fostering personal development in every child.
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  • Kidspace Ullesthorpe

    Kidspace Ullesthorpe is a newly established nursery located in Ullesthorpe, East Midlands. With a focus on providing high-quality education and care for children, the school has been rated as 'Met' by Ofsted. Parents can trust Kidspace Ullesthorpe to provide a nurturing and stimulating environment for their children's early years development.
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  • Ullesthorpe Church of England Primary School

    Ullesthorpe Church of England Primary School is a small, friendly and inclusive school with a strong Christian ethos. With small class sizes, excellent teaching and a broad curriculum, our students thrive academically. Our grounds offer outdoor learning spaces and extracurricular opportunities. Our exam results show high achievement in maths and reading.
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  • Ullesthorpe Pre-School

    Ullesthorpe Pre-School is a community leader and center of excellence for children. With strong partnerships with parents and caregivers, we provide a safe and caring environment that fosters independence, self-esteem, and personal growth. Our dedicated staff plan for each child's learning needs and interests, ensuring they reach their full potential.
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  • Orchard Church of England Primary School, Broughton Astley

    Orchard Church of England Primary School in Broughton Astley is a small rural school with a caring and compassionate staff. With a focus on wellbeing and educational development, the school offers a broad curriculum and strives to provide students with the best possible start to their educational journey. With good exam results and a supportive community, Orchard is a welcoming and inclusive school for children aged 4-11.
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  • Ashby And Leire Preschool

    Ashby And Leire Preschool is a nurturing and inclusive nursery located in Ashby Parva, East Midlands. Founded in 2018, our dedicated staff provide a stimulating and safe environment for children aged 2-4. With a focus on individualized attention and child development, we offer a range of activities to encourage social, emotional, and cognitive growth.
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  • Broughton Astley Sure Start Children's Centre

    Broughton Astley Sure Start Children's Centre, founded in 2009, provides a nurturing environment for children in East Midlands. Led by Headteacher Sharon Lee, this center focuses on enhancing early years education and support services. With a strong emphasis on inclusivity, the center ensures that every child's unique needs are met, making it an ideal choice for parents seeking quality education.
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  • Old Mill Primary School

    Old Mill Primary School is a co-educational primary school located in Broughton Astley, East Midlands. Established in 2017, the school offers a nurturing and inclusive learning environment for students aged 4-11. With a student-teacher ratio of 29:1 and a dedicated team of educators, the school prioritizes academic excellence and provides individualized support to students with special educational needs. The school's commitment to diversity and safety ensures a welcoming atmosphere for all students. With impressive exam results and a high proportion of students achieving GCSE grades 4 or higher, Old Mill Primary School is dedicated to helping students reach their full potential.
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  • The Pre-School Play Station

    The Pre-School Play Station in Broughton Astley provides a warm and friendly environment for children. With a Good Ofsted rating, we offer effective support for children with SEND and ensure their safety. Our dedicated staff and outdoor learning opportunities make us an excellent choice for early years education.
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  • Thomas Estley Community College

    Thomas Estley Community College is a secondary school located in Broughton Astley, East Midlands. With a student-teacher ratio of 18:1, the school provides a supportive and inclusive environment for students aged 11-16. The school's good Ofsted rating reflects its strong leadership and quality teaching. With a focus on character development and leadership skills, Thomas Estley Community College offers opportunities for students to grow and succeed. The school values equality and promotes tolerance, ensuring all students have the opportunity to excel academically and personally.
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  • Thomas Estley Pre-School and Out of School Club

    Thomas Estley Pre-School and Out of School Club is a welcoming and caring nursery located at Thomas Estley Community College in Broughton Astley. With a focus on supporting children's independence and fostering a sense of belonging, the pre-school provides a high-quality education and a safe outdoor learning environment. The staff develop effective links with local schools and ensure children with SEND are well-cared for. Regular updates and feedback opportunities are offered to parents, making it an ideal choice for their child's early education.
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  • Little Explorers Playgroup, Broughton Astley

    Little Explorers Playgroup, Broughton Astley is a nurturing nursery located at Sutton In The Elms Baptist Church. Founded in 2016, we provide a safe and stimulating environment for children aged 2-4 years. Our dedicated staff encourages early learning through play, fostering curiosity and independence in every child.
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  • Dunton Bassett Primary School

    Dunton Bassett Primary School is a vibrant and inclusive co-educational school located in Dunton Bassett, East Midlands. With a student-to-teacher ratio of 18:1, our dedicated staff provide personalized education to ensure every child reaches their full potential. Our small school size of 105 students allows for a nurturing and supportive learning environment. We pride ourselves on our strong SEN support, catering to the individual needs of students. With a low student absence rate of 4.2%, our school ensures regular attendance and active engagement in learning. We also offer 7% of eligible students free school meals. Come join our welcoming community and let your child thrive at Dunton Bassett Primary School.
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  • Lodge Farm Education

    Lodge Farm Education is a co-ed secondary school located in Sutton In the Elms, East Midlands. With a total of 10 students, the school provides a high-quality education, fostering good behaviour, attitudes, and personal development. Led by Ms Joy Brown, the school meets independent school standards and has been rated as 'Good' by Ofsted.
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  • Busy Bees Day Nursery at Bitteswell

    Busy Bees Day Nursery at Bitteswell is a well-established nursery in Bitteswell, East Midlands. Led by Natasha Williams, the nursery provides a high-quality education for children aged 0.3-12 years. With a focus on progress, independence, and partnership with parents, Busy Bees offers a safe and nurturing environment for children to thrive.
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  • Lutterworth Football Academy School Holiday Football Camp

    Lutterworth Football Academy School Holiday Football Camp offers an exciting and engaging program for children during school holidays. Our experienced coaches provide a fun and educational environment where children can develop their football skills, make new friends, and stay active. Join us for a memorable holiday experience!
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  • Kidspace Bitteswell

    Kidspace Bitteswell is a newly established nursery located in the beautiful surroundings of St. Marys C Of E Primary School. With a firm focus on providing a nurturing environment, our dedicated staff are committed to supporting children's development and well-being. We offer a range of engaging activities and opportunities for exploration, ensuring your child receives the best start to their educational journey.
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  • St Mary's Church of England Primary School, Bitteswell

    St Mary's Church of England Primary School, Bitteswell is a co-ed primary school located in Bitteswell, East Midlands. With a student-teacher ratio of 21:1, our school provides a nurturing and inclusive environment for children aged 4-11. We have a strong focus on academics, with average scores of 108 in maths and 109 in reading, and 75% of our students achieving GCSE grades 4 or higher. Our dedicated team of teachers and assistants ensure that students receive individualized support, especially those with special educational needs, who make up 18.2% of our student population. As a Church of England school, we also emphasize moral values and spirituality. Join us at St Mary's for a well-rounded education!
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