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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!

Caution - photos showing lots of Forest School fun!

Curie Class had their first Forest School session of the year this week - and they were very excited!  After a quick recap of how to stay safe (they remembered…

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School diary

Fri 27 Apr Kennedy

Y1/2 to RAF Falcons launch day

Tue 1 May Curie, Tutu

Y5 Quad Kids

Wed 2 May Kennedy, Hawking

Bookfeast Y2/3

Fri 4 May Curie, Tutu

Bookfeast Y4/5

Mon 7 May

Bank holiday

Mon 14 May - Thu 17 May Tutu

Y6 SATs week

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Springtime!

We had a lovely session back at Forest School, looking at the changes to the site - both natural and man-made!  We have a new canopy up over our fire…

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Science Fun!

Our Science topic is Humans, Exercise and Healthy Eating.  We’ve learned about the parts of our body and identified, named, drew and labelled the basic parts of the human body.…

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More Easter School!

Our final day consisted of some descriptive writing, team-building, presenting and even fractions work to share out our lunch fairly. All topped off with an Easter egg hunt of course! 

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Easter School

The children have had a great start to Easter school - we've designed hotel resorts, worked on percentages, created adverts and done some cooking already! 

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Pizza Party!  

We earned a fun pizza party due to our spelling test scores and made awesome designs with pepperoni on top!  

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Making  Sandwiches 

After our busy morning with our assembly, then mini beast hunt outside, children were hungry, so we all made ourselves a sandwich.

 Linked with our learning about time in maths

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Nightingales sharing assembly and parent workshop 

Well done to all our children on a fantastic sharing assembly this morning. This term seems to have gone so quickly, but we have managed to cram lots in with…

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