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Braishfield Primary School

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As we have mixed-age classes, our curriculum runs on a two-year cycle, so as to meet the statutory requirements of both age-groups in the mixed-age class. All of our lessons are personalised to meet the learning needs of every child, and this quality-first teaching ensures that all of our pupils can access our exciting and engaging curriculum.


Please contact your child's class teacher if you have any queries about the school curriculum.

Oaks' Sports Afternoon- Great effort, enthusiasm and teamwork from everyone. It was great fun too!

Poetry Writing linked to Macbeth using iambic pentameter

Mountbatten Multiskills Festival

DT- Fairground ride designing and making

Paultons Trip

English- planning their own suspense stories

Oaks enjoying penalty shoot out and goal celebrations!

A busy first week of the Summer Term. Bikeability, Art collages and cricket skills.

Art- The children enjoyed creating the backgrounds to their mixed media animal collages, whilst listening to music to inspire their creativity.

Art- developing understanding of landscape and perspective in their own artwork (both at home and whilst learning in school)

PE with Tom- developing invasion, sending and receiving skills

Maths- applying calculation skills and problem solving strategies to solve practical problems

DT linked to our Brightstorm topic. Designing, making and evaluating their work.

Oaks Remembrance Day Poppy

UK Parliament Week 2020- Oaks created their own political parties, voted for their leaders and prepared their arguments for or against in preparation for the class debate. The question they debated was: 'Should schools be open during the on-going pandemic?' They listened well to each other and gave articulate and informed arguments for and against. Following this, they each voted individually and the outcome was 16 v 6 in favour of attending school.

Developing Badminton skills in PE

Science lesson on Electricity with Dr Wortham

History Workshop on the Maya

Oaks enjoying their Table Tennis Challenges!

Oaks have been researching the achievements of the Mayan Civilization, using a range of sources, in order to compare them to Britain history at the same time

Developing sending and receiving skills through whole class rounders

Art Morning- Oaks enjoyed learning printing skills to create a picture inspired by Art work

Enjoying our Artemis Fowl themed book corner on the first day back!

To help you get reading!