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!
This week’s session marked the Autumn Equinox - where the day and night are of equal length. We had lots of Autumnal activities for the children including leaf art, autumn…
Fri 25 Sep, 09:00-10:00 Buccaneers
Foundation Stage parent meeting: Reading and Phonics
Tue 29 Sep
Falcons Shakespeare workshop
Mon 5 Oct Hercules
Mrs Conner's first day back
Mon 19 Oct
SEND Reviews for children with EHCPs
Wed 21 Oct, 15:30-19:30
Long parents' evening
Thu 22 Oct, 15:30-17:30
Short parents' evening
Lots of new skills learned today; some different faces used the saw to create a tree cookie to decorate and others had a go at lighting a fire with some…
We had a great Autumn inspired session today. We looked at some of Andy Goldsworthy’s land art, which inspired some of the children to create their own mandalas using leaves…
We had lots of fun at today’s Forest School session.
We started by thinking about Autumnal changes - and went on a hunt for signs. After recapping on how to…
It was a beautiful afternoon for the children to be outdoors enjoying the September sunshine. We talked about signs of Autumn; conkers, acorns, maple keys, blackberries and leaves changing colour…
We had a great first Forest School session. Lots of climbing, swinging and exploring. Some of the children paused to make leaf pictures or draw using sticks and blackberry ink…
Can you help Brize Norton School Association raise money towards the new classroom this August? 5k - run, swim, walk, cycle: whatever gets you active.
To make a £5 donation…