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Whitehorse Manor Junior School is a junior school for pupils aged between seven and eleven years. The school is located in Thornton Heath. In April 2011 the school became part of the first Academy Trust in Croydon and the running of the school became part of the responsibility of the Pegasus Academy Trust, a public company limited by guarantee. The Executive Headteachers of The Pegasus Academy Trust are Jolyon Roberts and Lynne Sampson. The school caters for pupils from Year 3 to Year 6. The uniform of the school is a burgundy sweatshirt with the school logo, white shirt and grey trousers or skirt. The school is expanding the number of forms on entry from two to three. There are currently 450 pupils on roll with a maximum of 30 pupils in each of 15 classes. To cater for these extra children a major building project took place between April 2010 and April 2014 providing seven extra classrooms, new offices, extended hall and library. The scheme was designed by the architects Hayhurst and Co and won a RIBA London award in May 2014. In September 2014 the school opened an annexe about two-thirds of a mile (1.1 km) away known as Whitehorse Manor - Brigstock site which allows another 210 children to be educated by the school - the original site having reached capacity. The current Head of School is Nina Achenbach BA (QTS), NPQH.
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