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1986 MEOLE BRACE SCHOOL

 There are two comprehensive schools to
 the south of Shrewsbury, Meole Brace  
 School (l2OO pupils) and the Priory   
 School (7OO pupils). At Meole Brace   
 School they haver different subjects  
 like Maths, Spelling, Reading, Music, 
 Science, Woodwork, Sports, Metalwork  
 and Computer Studies. The Headmaster  
 is Mr Pearce. At the school they do   
 Sports like Football, Rugby, Fishing, 
 Golf, Volleyball, Hockey, Snooker,    
 Basketball, Abseiling and Rock        
 Climbing. The languages studied are   
 French, German and Spanish. The School
 has a Special Unit for deaf children. 
 There are eleven deaf pupils who come 
 from all over Shropshire. There is an 
 outstanding library with a lot of     
 books. The school is very attractive  
 and we shall be very glad to go there.
 Other schools that feed Meole Brace   
 School are Coleham and Holy Cross.    
 

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