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Book fair continues today at school pickup in the Key Stage 1 computing area. Access via Mrs Porter's classroom https://t.co/pAGmPzRSRJ
Just a reminder that tomorrow is mufti in exchange for your hamper, wine and teddy donations. @FriendsOfBLeas will be collecting in the playground at drop off. https://t.co/w7DodDkOlJ
Book Fair starts after school today. Please enter via Year 1 classroom as signposted from the playground. Cash and card payment available. Lots of great choices at fab prices. https://t.co/YIRA0nyqSM
Today is the deadline for ordering Christmas Lunch, taking place on 12th December. Don't forget to go online to Fresh Start Meal Manager to place your order.
Just a reminder that Friday is a mufti day for donations for Santa Day. Please bring in hamper items, wine and teddies. These will be collected in the playground at school drop off by our fantastic @FriendsOfBLeas
Whole School Christmas Lunch. DON’T FORGET TO ORDER BY TUESDAY 3RD DECEMBER. Check out the menu here. https://t.co/wdWqVJJzq1
Friday 6th December, Mufti Day to support our FOBL Santa Day (13th December). Please bring in your donations of Wine, Hamper Items and Teddies. These will be collected in the playground by our ‘Fabulous FOBLers’ when school gates open.
Our Skipping challenge clocked up almost 44000 skips and raised £170 for #oxfordshireheartfeltappeal. THANK YOU! https://t.co/yWouAgmhx2
The Fresh Start roast chicken dinner looks amazing today. 😋 Everyone has been working very hard this morning to provide lovely fresh food for our children. On Monday a record 167 children enjoyed a school meal and numbers are increasing daily. https://t.co/puPY1vIhRn
Don’t forget to collect your tokens for The Sun Books for Schools initiative. Available every day until 18th January 2020.
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Welcome to Bracken Leas Primary School.

Welcome to Bracken Leas Primary school. We are a large school catering for 400 pupils; the vast majority of pupils join the Bracken Leas family in Early Years and stay with us until the end of their journey in Year 6. Every child is valued as an individual with unique strengths and talents and we ensure that every child feels nurtured, encouraged, safe and happy at school.

The ABLE ethos sits at the heart of everything we do at Bracken Leas: Achieve, Believe, Learn, Enjoy. There is a shared understanding that all children are able to fulfill their potential through high quality teaching and excellent pastoral care. We have the highest expectations for all our pupils to have ambition in all they do and to work hard to achieve their goals. We strongly believe that learning should be fun and aim to provide a rich, varied and creative curriculum for all pupils to enjoy.

Choosing the right school for your child is an important decision and we welcome visits to see us in action. Our children are our greatest ambassadors and would love to show you their school! I am always available to talk to any prospective or current parent, so if you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact me.

Enjoy looking around our website for further information and I look forward to meeting you soon.

Mrs Paula Harwood – Head Teacher

“I like that the teachers help and make me feel safe and that I have lots of friends. I have been here for seven years now and I have not had many problems. If I have, the children and teachers help.”

“For Early Years I feel that the children are well looked after and gently encouraged to find their own potential and confidence.”

“I’m really impressed with the change in the school already. The quality of teaching has always been high but my children are more motivated than ever and love the new ways in which they are taught. When I asked them for feedback to pass on they both said they love school and that they are very happy. Thank you!”

“My child’s teacher is always there if I need to raise any concerns. She supports my child well.”