Definition of lower school in English:

lower school

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The section of a larger school which comprises or caters for the younger pupils, especially those below the fifth form.
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  • The lower school was donated an authentic keyboard, sheet music, tapes, a microphone and mouth organ.
  • There were no dances exclusively for the lower school either - no hornpipe or Scottish country dances.
  • We would be taking the same action with your son but as he is in the lower school we needed time to consider it to do so.

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