- (British) a former name for primary school
- Also called (in the US): grade school, grammar school (US & Canadian) a state school in which instruction is given for the first six to eight years of a
Translations for 'elementary school'
- British English: elementary school An elementary school is a school where children are taught for the first six or sometimes eight years of their education.He is in his fourth year of elementary school.ˌɛlɪˈmɛntərɪ skuːl NOUN
- Arabic: مَدْرَسَةٌ اِبْتِدَائِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: escola primária
- Chinese: 小学
- Croatian: osnovna škola
- Czech: základní škola
- Danish: grundskole
- Dutch: basisschool
- European Spanish: escuela primaria
- Finnish: alakoulu
- French: école élémentaire
- German: Grundschule
- Greek: δημοτικό σχολείο
- Italian: scuola elementare
- Japanese: 小学校
- Korean: 초등학교
- Norwegian: grunnskole
- Polish: szkoła podstawowa
- Portuguese: escola primária
- Romanian: școală elementară școli elementare
- Russian: начальная школа
- Spanish: escuela primaria
- Swedish: grundskola
- Thai: โรงเรียนระดับประถมศึกษา
- Turkish: ilkokul
- Ukrainian: початкова школа
- Vietnamese: trường tiểu học
Example Sentences Including 'elementary school'
I played sports, was president of my elementary school , and always got good grades.
It's an elementary school that's been allocated to this area.
The Hardie Inheritance
Madeleine, also 36, is an elementary school teacher with an annual income of $42,000.
Globe and Mail (2003)
The farm and King Traditional elementary school in share an access road.
When he began at elementary school in Denver, Jovanovich spoke only Serbian and Polish.
Times, Sunday Times (2001)
When the royal brothers, the Dukes of York and Sussex, came to New Lanark, Owen laid on something of an elementary school lesson.
DEVASTATING EDEN: The Search for Utopia in America (2004)
period, a private elementary school of the kind originally established in the Buddhist temples.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
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