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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!

Class full of Scientists! 

Today we had a mini celebration because most of Hawking Class completed the Crest Superstar Award. They received a certificate and a badge for all their hard work during Science…

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School diary

Fri 17 Nov

Cross country (Cokethorpe)

Fri 17 Nov

Kennedy Sharing Assembly

Fri 24 Nov

Nightingales sharing assembly

Mon 27 Nov

Parent meeting (Growth Mindset)

Tue 28 Nov Nightingales, Kennedy

Woodstock Museum trip

Mon 4 Dec

Parent Council

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Remembrance Day

We marked Remembrance Day together, first with Years 3 to 6 reading out their reflections in the church and secondly with a two-minute silence by the war memorial outside. The…

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Hampton Court for Hawking, Curie and Tu-Tu

Here are the pictures from our fabulous Hampton Court trip! Apologies for the quality of some, the lighting was a little dim and the technology a little lacking! Included are…

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Topic: Toys from the Past 

This term our topic will have a history focus, we will be learning about Toys from the Past. Last week we began our topic by thinking about how we have…

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Halloween Disco

Thank you to everyone who came or were involved in organising our amazing disco! DJ Mrs Rae has a new career awaiting if she ever wants a break from teaching…

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Learning new skills...

We've had a great first week back at Forest School with Nightingales and Kennedy Class.  Many of the children were keen to have a go at whittling using a knife.…

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Well dressed Guy

We were given the task to make a Guy for the village bonfire, at Forest School.

The Kennedy children worked together to collect leaves to stuff him, and produced a…

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Invaluable help

The parent helpers that come out to Forest School on a weekly basis, rain or shine, are absolutely invaluable.  They are full of enthusiasm and immerse themselves in all activities.…

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