we live in the village very close to the school....
I want him to have a fabulous unpressurised childhood
when I decide we should move I feel sad and worried about leaving a nice little school where my son is happy!
My eldest is in a small village primary which is lovely and comfortable, very cosy....
Are you telling us everything? The language you use about the village school is all very positive. As your son gets older, he's going to be able to play with school friends easily after school and during holidays. Happiness is very valuable and money can't buy it.
The words you use when writing about the indie include "keen", "ambitious", "vibrant", "seems great" and "opportunities". Sounds more like a marketing message...
For little kiddies, a nurturing, happy place with friends and a cozy atmosphere sounds idyllic. Private schools will take your money later if you change your mind in year 4 or 5.
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