Brill School is a Buckinghamshire and Diocese of Oxford Primary Academy
"The promotion of pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is at the heart of the school. The curriculum includes a wide range of activities including a Forest School, sport, music, modern foreign languages and educational visits that contribute to the development of pupils’ skills in reading, writing, communication and mathematics." - Ofsted 2012
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 afterschool clubs as well as a fantastic array of extracurricular activities in area as diverse as music, dance, sport, cooking and computing.
We place a great deal of emphasis on our partnerships with parents too and there will be many opportunities for you to make a significant contribution to life at our school.
This website and our prospectus 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 round, we’d be delighted to meet you.
Alternatively, you can read about our school in more detail by choosing 'prospectus' from the menu bar at the top of this page
Latest Upcoming events Events
- Christmas holiday22Dec2014
- INSET day (School closed)05Jan2015
- Cookery Club08Jan2015
15:00 pm - 16:15 pm @ School kitchen
This club runs on a rota basis; Each class has an opportunity to attend for 4 weeks Once per term (Maximum 6 places) Please contact the school office for further details.
- Oxford United Football coaching08Jan2015
15:00 pm - 16:15 pm @ School field (Hall if wet)
Football coaching for years 2,4 and 5 Led by Oxford United .FC Community coach (Chargeable - contact the School office for further details)
- Friday Club09Jan2015
15:00 pm - 16:05 pm @ School Hall
crafty fun and activities in a christian context. Led by All Saint's Church for pupils in years 5 and 6