Hi - I have two at EDS. It is a lovely small, nurturing school which punches above its weight for secondary destinations and the year-round childcare for working families is amazing. It is changing rapidly - it moved premises a few years ago to the bigger current site on the high road so is bulging at the bottom end of the school and is upping its offering in terms of clubs etc. There are smaller numbers as you go up the school partly due to the fact that it used to be on a much smaller site- also due to people moving out of town and parents putting kids into feeder primaries for the popular secondaries. Some extra children do come in further up the school but classes are small. Strengths are the multi-cultural nature of the school, small class sizes, interaction between years, drama, music and childcare. Weaknesses can be old-fashioned communication and the fact that the class sizes can get a bit small which does have an impact on sports teams. That said the sports provision is also improving and we simply do extra sport outside school. It is not as flash as some other local schools but it works very well for our family and raises kind, confident children who have no issues settling into larger secondaries.