In accordance with government guidance, as well as pupils from Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 alongside pupils of key workers and vulnerable pupils, over the next three weeks we are delighted to be welcoming back pupils from Years 2,3,4 & 5. Home learning can be found on class pages under the 'Curriculum' tab with additional daily lessons and resources available through Oak National Academy and BBC Bitesize Daily
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Braishfield Primary School

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What our parents say...



'The school provides many opportunities for the children. It has a very kind, caring community spirit.'


'Lovely teachers who support and encourage my children. Very happy with the school.'


'The teaching staff, friendliness of the school, caring and nurturing environment and level of education my child receives are all strengths.'


'Good teaching in a lovely, enjoyable environment. My child is happy!'


'It is a friendly and caring environment with a strong sense of community and provides a good education.'


'Teachers take time to know the children. Children feel confident.'


'I think it is a fantastic school that I wish I had found sooner.'


'Great atmosphere, family friendly, lots of involvement in a variety of activities.'


'Great, friendly school with a sense of family about it.'


'Inclusive - friendly, small school that really gets to know and support children.'


'An encouraging and supportive learning environment where children are really cared for and can feel part of a school community.'


'Small, friendly school where children love to learn, with lots of amazing opportunities.'


'Small class sizes, friendly staff and lovely environment.'


'The way the school handles any problems is a strength and you can always talk to a teacher when needed.'


'My children have flourished since attending Braishfield and have grown in character as well as developing an excellent education. The school provides many opportunities for the children. It has a very kind, caring community spirit.'


'My daughter is quite an anxious child who needs to feel secure, understood and loved.  The “family” feel of Braishfield School, and in particular the way the children and teachers all know and look out for each other, has helped her to thrive and her confidence is growing all the time.'