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Welcome to Brize Norton Primary School

Brize Norton Primary School is a small, welcoming school for children from Brize Norton, Carterton and nearby. With no more than 20 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 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!

Budding Archaeologists

After last week’s fossil find, the children created their own fossils using clay and salt dough.  Some chose to be archaeologists by chipping away at rocks or carefully scraping the…

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School diary

Tue 8 Dec

Whole-school flu immunisations

Mon 14 Dec

Whole-school outdoor carol service

Thu 17 Dec

Christmas dinner

Thu 17 Dec

Online Pantomime day

Fri 18 Dec

End of term

Mon 21 Dec - Fri 1 Jan 2021

Christmas holiday

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Smarties Challenge

Thank you to everyone who took part in the Smarties Challenge - what amazing entries we have had! We can't believe how many people did it, too. Well done. Well…

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Storytelling

Today we went on a walk through Forest School and told the story of Goldilocks and the 3 Bears as we went along. We stopped at the mud kitchen where…

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Fossil finding and medieval axes

A lovely, busy afternoon with lots of happy children and achievements.

For the first time ever, we used a medieval method and made pitch pine glue using beeswax, pine resin…

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Wreaths, bird feeders and puddle jumping

It was another soggy Monday this week - but the children didn’t seem to care...in fact, they seemed to ‘run out’ of water as they attempted to fill a ‘puddle-jumping’

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Remembrance

Voyagers and Falcons classes led a short service of Remembrance by the village war memorial at 11.00 on 11th November. Several Y6 children read their moving writing about life in…

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Remembrance 

We shared an information power point about Remembrance  in our classroom this morning before observing the two minutes silence. After lunch we walked to the memorial to plant our crosses. 

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Wet and muddy 

The weather is beginning to be increasingly damp as we head further into Autumn.  Today we talked about Remembrance Day and the reasons for wearing a poppy; lots of children…

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