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@avenue_house 08/12/17 RT @2ndPhaseWomen: @drsuebk @avenue_house Amazing academic results from a small dedicated school, where children achieve whilst having fun.…
@avenue_house 07/12/17 RT @2ndPhaseWomen: @avenue_house @StStephensW13 Oh yes and Mr Sheppards hat was rather special!
@avenue_house 07/12/17 RT @drsuebk: @avenue_house @StStephensW13 A lovely jolly afternoon once again ! Well done all the children and teachers ????☃️????
“Pupils know that staff, who are very good role models, have high expectations of their behaviour and their response to this is exemplary.”
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