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We will be helping to Share A Million Stories as part of our World Book Day activities next week. Join in the sharing and help them reach their goal. Morr info to follow soon... https://t.co/LicmICeUF5
Everyone arrived safely and is having a lovely time at Warwick Castle on our Year 1 trip. 🏰😍 https://t.co/1iiZWH5k0h
Today’s lunchtime working party! Work is ongoing in the link corridor and there is still a long way to go. Can you spot the family of sea turtles that arrived over half term? https://t.co/6cADy3CHOc
Over half term there was a Roald Dahl incident. The Year 3 children are now being detectives to discover who has been in having a party! https://t.co/Cwl7veENQ3
Thanks everyone for your plastic contributions, we are now in working progress and have plenty #plasticpollutionawareness https://t.co/RMmB02a0Gl
Some of Year 5/6 Culture Club’s masterpieces this half term https://t.co/cqadgWpg6T
Today Mrs Vallis has been to visit nearby Nirset School for children aged 3-7 during her trip to The Gambia. https://t.co/I0BUIUplmX
Chocolates packaged 👍🏻 https://t.co/HaZHwwIUee
Congratulations to the fabulous Y3/4 hockey team. Tournament winners who won in undefeated games this evening. Top sportsmanship all round #proudteachers https://t.co/sv4zFbHuSQ
Mrs Vallis arrived safely in The Gambia yesterday. Mrs Smith's class tracked the safe arrival of her plane! She took with her a letter from one of our year 5 children to share with the family she is staying with. She then headed out for an evening stroll. https://t.co/GuUrfcAmzn
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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.”