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reception class

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreception classreˈception ˌclass noun [countable] British English  the first class of a primary school, which children go to aged 4 or 5
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reception classHeadteachers began filling empty reception class places with under-fives in the Seventies because the low birth-rate had caused a shortage of five-year-olds.The techniques in practice Chris Chris was nearly 5 years old and had just entered his infant reception class.In the reception class it can be seen in the first moments of a school day.For my work experience I went to the local primary school where I was a classroom helper with the reception class.
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