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#924037 - 27th Jan 2015 10:15pm primary schools near CH44
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Hi! I'm looking for parent/carer views on primary schools around CH44 area.
We are moving to the area within a few months so any tips/advice would be greatly appreciated.
Our lo's are 4 and 2 so ideally need nursery/pre school at the same site.

Many thanks

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#924038 - 27th Jan 2015 10:26pm Re: primary schools near CH44 [Re: noble78]
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if you can blag it st georges primary is a good one.

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#924066 - 28th Jan 2015 12:08am Re: primary schools near CH44 [Re: noble78]
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CH44 is quite an expansive area- could you narrow your request down to specific areas??
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#924068 - 28th Jan 2015 12:25am Re: primary schools near CH44 [Re: noble78]
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i went to st albans in liscard and it was a good school back then (finished in 99/00) and it looks amazing now, the playground is all modernised and has stuff for the kids to play on/around and places to sit. If we were lucky back then, someone robbed some chalk from a classroom and we would sketch out a circle to play in or something (i had odd friends!)

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#924105 - 28th Jan 2015 9:29am Re: primary schools near CH44 [Re: noble78]
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Ive done the school crossing patrols on several schools in the CH44 area and as rudebox says its a big area and might be helpful if you narrow it down. The Ofsted tables give you an idea about the schools.(according to Ofsted measurements)
You can learn a lot about going to each school and watching the children go in.
Hate to admit it but social class does have a bearing on the school and its ability to manage and teach and the social interaction between the children. A few rotten apples can spoil it for the others despite the well meaning of the teachers at the school.

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#924113 - 28th Jan 2015 10:07am Re: primary schools near CH44 [Re: fish5133]
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liscard primary
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#924118 - 28th Jan 2015 10:24am Re: primary schools near CH44 [Re: noble78]
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Park primary school.

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#924126 - 28th Jan 2015 10:51am Re: primary schools near CH44 [Re: noble78]
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Thanks to all

The house we have seen is inbetween Brighton st, King st and Liscard rd (sorry didn't cross my mind to narrow area!)

I've checked ofsted for Riverside, Sommerville, Egremont, St Josephs and Kingsway but want opinions from actual parents

What is the area like?

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#924133 - 28th Jan 2015 11:22am Re: primary schools near CH44 [Re: noble78]
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Welcome noble78. Thats how I describe where I live. Between those three. There`s good and bad everywhere. I love it. Neighbours are great. I tell people how lucky I am I`ve got the park one way and the beach the other. Ok neither are night time places but lovely by day.

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#924640 - 30th Jan 2015 5:57pm Re: primary schools near CH44 [Re: noble78]
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Have fished in the past around guinea gap baths and the local youth take great delight in lobbing bricks and the like at you.

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