Definition of primary school in English:

primary school

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  • A school for children between the ages of about five and eleven.
    More example sentences
    • The survey also indicated that more than two out of five primary schools charged pupils for swimming lessons.
    • Eleven primary schools from the Keighley area took part and the best five from each school were shortlisted for the final judging.
    • The school was included in a year-long review into five Catholic primary schools in East Bradford.

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