• Welcome to Briary Primary School

    We are a thriving and varied school community who value all of our children’s many talents whether they be academic, sporting, creative or otherwise. We set high expectations for all members of our community – adults and children alike – and we take pleasure in celebrating their many achievements.

    We are very proud of our school which offers a caring environment where children happily explore a rich and diverse curriculum. Our pupils are given opportunities to develop confidence, self-esteem and a strong sense of social responsibility. We have high expectations and pupils are encouraged to achieve their potential in all areas of the curriculum. We take every opportunity to promote British values, which complement our own Briary values.

    At Briary, we believe in setting and getting GOALS. We believe that we provide Great Opportunities which will lead to great Achievements and great Learning therefore making Briary a great School! To learn more click on the Goals logo.

    We hope that this web site helps you to find out more about life and learning at Briary School. It also contains important dates and information, so please check regularly for details on school-trips, special assemblies, school holidays and other events.

    If you require further information or would like to visit, please do not hesitate to contact the school office.

  • Welcome to Briary Primary School

Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium is an allocation of additional funding provided to schools to support specific groups of children who are vulnerable to possible underachievement. These include children who are entitled to free schools meals (FSM), children looked after by the Local Authority (CLA) and the children of Armed Forces personnel.

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Pupil Performance

Pupil Performance

At Briary Primary School, we have all been work extremely hard to secure the best possible outcomes for our pupils. We are justifiably proud of our results in 2017 where, in KS2, our results exceeded National in all areas.

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Parents Information

Parents Information

We know how daunting it can be to sift through the information on a website to find the few things you might be looking for, find the most requested items here.

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Showcasing Year 3

Showcasing Year 3

In Year 3 this term, the children have been reading Gorilla by Anthony Browne. They have used this as the startpoint to consider the issues of captive animals. They made rainforest dioramas as part of their home learning.

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Roald Dahl Competition

Roald Dahl Competition

On Wednesday 13th September we are celebrating Roald Dahl’s birthday in school. His characters will feature throughout the learning during the day. We are also holding a competition for all children from Y1-Y6.

Either…                                          Make your favourite Roald Dahl character

OR                                                 Make up and create your own character.

You can be as creative as you like and use any medium. It could be junk modelling, a poster, collage, Hama Beads, a cake, playdough, even food,(please take a photo as evidence!), plasticine, sewing, paint, a mask... The list is endless.

Your competition entry should come into school ON Friday 22nd September.

Please find more information and ideas here or come and ask Mrs Gallimore at the book shed.

Good luck and happy creating!

 

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JuniorLibrarian

Looking for a book? Browse our online library here!

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Click on the image above to watch the video we made. Click here to find out what we did for Anti-Bullying Week

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