English version

infant school/teacher/class etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinfant school/teacher/class etcinfant school/teacher/class etca school, teacher etc for children aged between four and eight in Britain infant
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infant school/teacher/class etcAt this time Syeduz was nearly six and in his second term in the infant school.An infant school built in 1840 served both Seaton and Sigglesthorne.Read in studio An infant school has reopened after being severely damaged by arsonists.Children attended infant school until they were seven.Ah, but here was a job: the infant teacher was called away for half an hour.This infant school was sometimes part of a junior school which catered for seven to eleven year olds.The limit for first-year infants classes will be 27 and for classes of children of mixed ages, 24.
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