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Bratton Fleming Community Primary School
Bratton Fleming, EX31 4SB, UK Barnstaple
+44 (0)1598 710337


Bratton Fleming Community Primary School is located in the beautiful village of Bratton Fleming, on the edge of Exmoor, North Devon. We are eight miles north of Barnstaple, the regional capital. The school, which was modernised in 1993, is set in large grounds with breathtaking views. We have on average one hundred pupils who are taught in four classes.

We aim to be a welcoming and friendly school where children, staff, parents and governors work together to provide a happy and stimulating working environment.


For information on applying for your child to attend Bratton Flemming Community Primary School, please visit Devon County Council's Admissions & Transfers page.

The principal of Pilton Community College is Mark Juby. Please contact the college if you would like further information or to arrange a visit.
The telephone number is 01271-374381, e-mail:

The following is an admissions statement issued by Devon County Council.


Imagine a school where:

The staff and governors believe that their primary purpose is the development of the whole child, by providing a welcoming, secure and happy school.

Everyone believes that through a strong partnership between families, school and the community children's various talents and abilities will be fully developed within the National Curriculum and beyond.

Everyone is valued, their contribution is important and their successes are celebrated.

There is respect and care for others, as individuals, with differing abilities, skills, interests, values and religious beliefs.

Existing knowledge and skills are built upon and children are challenged to attain high levels of achievement.

There is recognition that education is life long. That there is close co- operation and a willingness to learn at all levels in order to grow and develop.

Staff work in partnership with agencies concerned with the welfare and interest of children.

We aim for Bratton Fleming to be this school


The governors of our school accept the general aims set out in the Devon Curriculum Statement.

The core subjects of mathematics, science and English play a central role in the curriculum. Each class has a daily literacy and numeracy lesson; these usually take place in the morning.

In addition the children undertake work in art/craft, design and technology, geography, history, information and communications technology, music, PE (which includes games, gymnastics, dance and swimming), religious and personal and social education.

We continually assess and record class work and each child's individual progress. Your child's teacher will always be happy to discuss with you the work that he/she has planned for your child and to talk about your child's progress. Parents have the opportunity to discuss their child's progress at one of the three open evenings held throughout the year. In addition parents receive an annual written report.

We endeavour to provide abroad and balanced curriculum, relevant to the children's needs. Planning is mainly in the form of cross-curricular activities, within the framework provided by the National Curriculum. Care is taken to ensure that work is matched to the abilities of individual children.

Should you wish to see documents or regulations relating to the national curriculum please contact the headteacher. If at any time you are concerned about the curriculum your child is receiving please discuss this with the classteacher and headteacher. However, if you are not satisfied there is a procedure for making a formal complaint to the school governing body. Details of this may be obtained from school.


All children are encouraged to wear school uniform.

It consists of:-

  • Royal blue sweat shirt with embroidered logo.
  • Royal blue full zip fleece with embroidered logo.
  • White with or without logo polo t-shirt.
  • Black or grey skirt or trousers
  • (summer wear girls blue and white uniform dresses perfectly acceptable).
  • Dark school shoes (low heels).

Also available a Bratton Fleming school baseball cap.

P.E. Kit

  • Black Shorts,
  • White T-shirt
  • joggers/track suit
  • trainers, for outdoor and winter use.
  • In the hall the children work in bare feet.

All items of clothing or footwear should be clearly labelled with your child's name.

For reasons of safety children should not wear jewellery to school. However a wrist watch or a pair of stud earrings are permitted.

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