Brill School is a Buckinghamshire and Diocese of Oxford Primary Academy
"The curriculum captures pupils’ interest and encompasses a wide range of subjects."
"The school’s Christian ethos ensures that pupils’ social, moral, spiritual and cultural development is strong. Links with the church and the community provide a range of opportunities for pupils’ personal growth."
Working together with our onsite partners we are able to offer not only an enriched curriculum, but wrap around care as well: Our pupils have the opportunity to attend breakfast and after school clubs as well as a fantastic array of extracurricular activities in areas as diverse as music, dance, sport, cooking and computing.
We place a great deal of emphasis on our partnerships with parents too and there are many opportunities for you to make a significant contribution to life at our school.
This website serves as a brief introduction to our school; we hope you find it an informative guide to our aims, organisation and curriculum. If you like our website, you’ll love our school. Please ring for an appointment to come and look around, we’d be delighted to meet you.
Mrs Louise White
Latest Upcoming events Events
- Book Fair20Nov2017
- Yr 1-6 Homework Club21Nov2017
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
- Yr 3-6 Football Club21Nov2017
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
- Yr 3&4 BISI Badminton Club22Nov2017
3:00 pm - 4:15 pm
- Yr 3-6 Basketball Club23Nov2017
3:00 pm - 4:15 pm
Brill School News
School Council Election October 2017
For the Brill School Council Election, 11 of our Year 6 pupils presented their thoughtfully composed speeches to the rest of the school in our whole school assembly. Each pupil represented the school very well and had thoughtful and inspiring initiatives that they would like to bring to the school council.
All the staff in the assembly were very proud of the year 6 pupils, their approach to the task was passionate, mature and confident, which was very evident in each one of their speeches.
The assembly was followed by each class across the school visiting the polling station in our resource room, where they had to place their vote individually.
Votes were then counted and the results were shared to the year 6 pupils and then to the whole school. It was a very difficult decision as each and every one of the candidates deserved a role in the student council however there was only space for 6.
The successful candidates will be meeting regularly with Mrs Massie and myself to discuss, collate school views and improve certain school focused topics.