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Elm Grove Primary School
Elm Grove, BN2 3ES, UK Brighton
+44 (0)1273 708004

Elm Grove Infants School first opened its doors in June 1893, when over 30 children were transferred from the old infants school in Bentham Road. By the end of the summer of 1893 there were 438 on the Infants roll, almost 800 children, Boys, Girls and Infants, were registered at the new institution."I have never seen a school better adapted for its purpose than this," stated Hove resident George Kekewich, the eminent National Secretary to the Education Department, in his address at the opening ceremony. "The new schools constitute, indeed, a handsome and highly finished block. Situated healthily on the north side of the grove with main front overlooking the barracks and with opportunities for extensive birds eye views of the town from the upper windows, this three storey modern building is fitted with all the latest appliances." The opening ceremony took place in the central hall, a splendidly lofty and well ventilated apartment, which is to be used for special teaching occasions, evening meetings, musical entertainments. etc.


At Elm Grove we offer a broad and balanced curriculum. All children are given a wide range of opportunities and experiences and are encouraged to develop the desire to learn.

High standards of teaching and generous ancillary staffing ensure that children make good progress within a caring and supportive environment.

At Elm Grove we are concerned with the development of the whole child, not only intellectually, but also physically, aesthetically, socially and emotionally. Therefore we aim to:

1. Create a happy, stimulating environment in which to promote the physical, moral, and spiritual needs of the individual.
2. Treat all pupils fairly, fostering a positive attitude towards themselves and others without bias of culture, race or gender.
3. Provide opportunities for children to achieve their full potential in literacy, numeracy and all other areas.
4. Develop positive attitudes through which children are encouraged to take an active role in their learning.
5. Encourage children to become both independent and collaborative learners.
6. Help children learn to live together, understanding and respecting other people and themselves.
7. Work in partnership with parents and the local community.



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