1986 Education-Grundisburgh

State education: Provided in Suffolk   
from 5 - 16. There is a provision for  
the accommodation of "rising fives".   
The village school has an age range of 
5 - 10; this is at present subject to  
a review which may change both its age 
range and the subsequent provision of  
education for the children. a "Middle  
School/High School" system operates    
but this is subject to change.         
Playgroup:Operates in the village with 
full liaison between school and group. 
Private Education:Facilities available 
in Woodbridge,5kms, and Ipswich,10kms. 
Youth Training: Schemes available.     
Evening Classes: Available in nearby   
towns and provided by some local clubs.
Further Education: College of Higher   
Education, Ipswich, 10 kms, University 
of East Anglia, Norwich, 70 kms.       
Science/Technology: Integration of use 
of Computer throughout school.         
 

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