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We have a part time vacancy for a School Cleaner. Please click on the link to our Vacancies Page on the website for more information. https://t.co/Q6k99RGk4Z
Next week's forecast is🌞🌞🌞. It would be a huge help to us if you could send your child to school on wearing an All day sun cream. This will enable us to make sure they have as much time in the fresh air as possible. Children also need a water bottle and hat. πŸ₯€πŸ§’
Office Admin and Teaching Assistant vacancies on the website. Here is a link. https://t.co/Q6k99RGk4Z
Tickets for Year 5/6 Play going out today. SOLD OUT for Tuesday, some availability for Wednesday. If you need to swap your ticket, please do so via the office as we hold a master list of those attending.
We have a new Teaching Assistant Vacancy. Click here for more information. https://t.co/Q6k99RGk4Z
Well done to our KS2 athletes who won the cluster event at BJS this afternoon. πŸ† 😊 πŸƒ
The Radstone are looking for a site supervisor for the school. Follow the link for more info https://t.co/I8sNWs9Yg6
RT @FriendsOfBLeas: πŸ₯THE COUNTDOWN BEGINS! πŸ₯ 7 days until @Happyscircus arrives @brackenleas1 Here's a little joke to get us all in the moo…
Our very own Mrs Dearsley is taking part in Strictly Brackley at the start of next month in aid of https://t.co/FO7hWrK3gC. Please support her by sponsoring her if you can. https://t.co/aCzTqUytVY We wish her the best of luck! πŸ’ƒπŸ•ΊπŸ’ƒπŸ•ΊπŸ’ƒπŸ•Ί
Year 2 lunch with a Capability Brown view! https://t.co/fl3awa8smG
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Bracken Leas Primary School opened in January 1987, welcoming 54 children and only 4 teachers.

Resources were very different back then, as were sports days. The first Bracken Leas sports day was a sponsored event to raise money for school computer equipment. The following academic year 100 children started school in the September.In 1995 the school doubled in size to 420 children due to the new housing development.

Buzzlings and Beelets was established in April 1995 as an early contact group for pre-school children. Over the years the school has had two further extensions, the most extensive of these being the Marsh building. The Marsh building was opened in 1999 by Judith Marsh, widow of Keith Marsh who was a former head of governors at Bracken Leas as well as a former head of Magdalen College School.

Today Bracken Leas is a two form entry primary school with fourteen classes all named after animal homes. The school is well resourced with all the facilities you would expect of a modern school of this size. We are lucky to have a well-stocked library with a wide selection of fiction and non-fiction books for the children in the school to access.

The school boasts a purpose built Food Technology Room with an induction hob to allow children to safely prepare and cook food. We are well equipped with two computer suites as well as iPads, an eco-area, outdoor classroom and extensive grounds.

The Hawksmoor Learning Trust

Bracken Leas joined the Hawksmoor Learning Trust on April 1st 2017. The HLT is a newly formed Multi Academy Trust (MAT) which strives for excellence in all its schools, providing the highest quality education for all pupils. Being part of a MAT enables Bracken Leas to work collaboratively in continuous improvement and innovation, optimising opportunities for sharing resources.

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