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Brixington Community Nursery and Primary School
Brixington Lane, EX8 4JQ Exmouth
01395 266997

I am sure you will enjoy your visit to our website.



We are extremely proud of all that goes on here. As our website demonstrates, the children at Brixington Community Primary School are supported in their learning by dedicated staff, governors and parents.






Our school is organised in three phases:

Early years:

Nursery, Foundation and Year 1

Middle Years:

Years 2 through 4

Upper Years:

Year 5 and Year 6


Strong links are fostered with both the Pre-Schools in our area and Exmouth Community College.

We have three Family Groupings, so that children have some time in cross-phase assmblies, playtimes and occasional class groups to talk, play and work, so building on our whole school ethos.


These groups are named after local seabirds - Avocets, Sandpipers and Cormorants.

Our Day



Morning Session

Afternoon Session (times on application)



Early years

Morning session 9.00-12.00

Afternoon session 1.15-3.15


Middle Phase Year 2

Morning session 9.00-12.15

Afternoon session 1.30-3.15


Middle and Upper Phase

Years 3-6

Morning session 9.00-12.15

Afternoon session 1.15-3.20



We welcome children into school from 8.50 each morning.

Before that time, there is no adult supervision and we ask parents to ensure that their children are not in school before 8.45.



Throughout the year we run a variety of After School Clubs. Newsletters will inform you of days and times.


What to wear

Our uniform is smart yet practical and affordable. It gives our children

a sense of identity and we encourage them to take a pride in their appearance.

Take a look around:

I encourage you to browse around our website, you will find details of school events, visitors and activities that serve to enliven the curriculum, alongside information about our after school clubs and extra curricular activities that your children can participate in.


Dates for your diary:

Don't forget to visit our Calendar and Information sections, for a comprehensive lisiting of all of the important forthcoming term dates - make sure you have your diaries handy. I look forward to seeing you in school!






We follow a Creative Currriculum in order to make study stimulating and relevant to our children whilst attending to the requirements of the National Curriculum


The National Curriculum consists of nine subjects which all children study. The subjects are English, Mathematics, Science, Design and Technology with Information and Communication Technology, Music, History, Art, Geography and Physical Education. Religious Education and Health Education are also taught. Homework is also set. Pupils record what is needed in their Home School Link book and Homework Diary. The National Curriculum provides for children to be assessed at the end of key stages 1 and 2  in the Primary  School.

Please take an interest in what your children are doing, and contact the school if you have any queries.  





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