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Inspiring learning for life

Brize Norton Primary School is a small, welcoming school for children from Brize Norton, Carterton and nearby. With no more than 18 children in a year group, we all know each other very well, and we believe that is the best way to ensure that every child is happy and is able to learn to the best of his or her ability.

Our new website is a window into the busy life of our school – learning, class activities, clubs, and our School Association and supporters. Find out more about the wonderful work our children do by browsing the Class and Learning pages!

IMPS

On Thursday 18th January, Years 5 and 6 went on a trip to the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford to learn all about keeping safe. The children learned how to…

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School diary

Tue 23 Jan Curie, Tutu

Y5 indoor athletics

Mon 29 Jan

Anti-Bullying Week

Mon 5 Feb

Assessment Week

Fri 9 Feb Curie, Tutu

Y5/6 visit from Burford School staff

Fri 9 Feb Nightingales, Kennedy, Hawking, Curie, Tutu

Parent Celebration Assembly

Mon 12 Feb - Fri 16 Feb

Half term

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Christingles

Thank you to Mrs Bostock and St John's Church: all of our Year 4, 5 and 6 children made a Christingle in RE the first week after the Christmas holidays.…

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Young Voices 2018

A concert of over 6000 children, including us. Amazing atmosphere!

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Christmas dinner and Santa visit

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Fee! Fi! Fo! Fum!

What a fantastic, funny, exuberant performance this has been. Well done to everyone. 

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It's Snow Problem

Well, the snow may have stopped us from coming to school for one day, but it couldn't keep us away forever! Just look at the fun we've been having! 

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It's a Baby!

Our Key Stage 1 children are amazing! Such confidence and enthusiasm! Everyone who saw "It's a Baby!" had a wonderful time. Well done everyone.

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Christmas craft morning

The craft morning was great fun as always. Thank you to the School Association and staff volunteers, and to Rachel Jackson for the lovely, creative photos!

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