English version

junior school in School topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjunior schoolˈjunior ˌschool noun [countable, uncountable]  SESa school in Britain for children aged 7 to 11
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junior schoolThis infant school was sometimes part of a junior school which catered for seven to eleven year olds.Abingdon junior school could now be on the road to a Wembley final in a national six-a-side competition.Your child's pre-school days and infant and junior school years are vital in his future development.I'd always been mathematically very gifted, right from very early at junior school.Shanti made many friends in junior school.Some junior school Heads think it is a waste of good scholarship studying time.There were three or four cars lined up outside the junior school gates.Phil Fearon, the soul singer, went to junior school with me.