The Grange school is a large, non-denominational primary school located on Avocet Way, in the Cherwell Heights ward. It neighbours St John's Roman Catholic Primary School, with which it shares a main field, but also has its own land at the back of the campus. It has 297 pupils in the 4 – 11 age range. The Headmistress is Mrs Michelle Dibben.
According to a 2004 Ofsted inspection of the school, entry level is well above the national average, as are the attainment levels in year 6 pupils.
The school has won a number of awards:
- 2002– Achievement Award
- 2003– Gold Active Mark
- 2003– Healthy schools status
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