• 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.

  • Welcome to Briary Primary School

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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Breakfast & After school Club

Breakfast & After school Club

Our aim is to provide a stimulating, happy, relaxed club where your child can socialise in a safe environment and enjoy activities that may not be easily accessible at home.

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Admissions

Admissions

Kent Count Council are encouraging parents to apply online for their primary school places and so we have produced a “How To” leaflet that we hope will help you with this process.

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It's all Greek to Year 5!

It's all Greek to Year 5!

Over half term, Year 5 busily crafted and built amazing Trojan horses. With hidden trap doors, impressive wooden craftsmanship and even lego, the children have thoroughly enjoyed learning about how the Trojan War begun. Year five even took to the school field where they re-enacted various events; some stood proud as King Menelaus with his hungry army whilst the ‘Greeks’ sat silently still waiting for Odysseus’ cunning plan to start.
 
As part of our topic, we welcomed ‘The Living History Workshop’ to our school on Thursday 8th June. The day was enjoyed by everyone (including the adults) – the children witnessed what life would have been like in the hustle and bustle of the Athenian market, marched to the Parthenon to worship Athena, trained as part of the Spartan Army and even experienced their first Olympic games.

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Swattenden Residential & Kent Test Information

On Monday 12th June, Year 5 parents were invited to attend an information evening to find out about the Swattenden Residential trip for Summer 2018 and about the Kent Test for September 2017.

The presentations used can be found by following the links below. If you were unable to attend and would like your child's CAT (Cognitive Abilities Test) scores, or if you have any other queries, please contact the School Office  on 01227 373095. 

 

Swattenden Residential for Summer 2018

Kent Test 2017 information

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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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