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  1. Moving for Chelmsford schools?

    If you have a family then moving home for good schools are likely to be a major consideration. If you are looking at buying property in the Chelmsford area then you’ll have plenty of options in the near vicinity when it comes to schools. These are some of the best schools in some of the areas of Chelmsford that are being currently developed both for children of primary and secondary school age.

    Local authority and government site offer a range of tools to help parents looking to find out more about and apply for, schools in the Chelmsford area, including the government’s official comparison tool for schools and colleges and local guides for primary and secondary schools.

    Primary schools on offer in Chelmsford include; Broomfield Primary school a mixed foundation school for pupils aged 4 – 11 years old. Its approach is based on ‘The Broomfield Way – 6Rs Approach’, teaching children to develop skills for life.. Then there is Newlands Spring a mixed Academy school for children between the ages of 4 – 11 years old that is a member of Attain Academy Partnership and the lead school in the Chelmsford Teaching School Alliance. It seeks to combine high academic expectations with a child-centred approach.

    Secondary schools include the like of Columbus school and college a mixed school for children between the ages of 3 – 19 years old with special needs. All young people admitted to Columbus must have a full Statement of Special Educational Needs or an EHCP (Education, Health and Care Plan) or be in the process of having their Statement or EHCP finalised. And King Edward VI Grammar School a mixed Academy school for children between the ages of 11 – 18 years old which is one of England’s leading state grammar schools, it’s history dates back to its foundation in 1551.