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Our aims are intended to reflect our small school family ethos. We aspire to:

  • Strive to provide each child with an inspiring educational experience within our small family school community.
  • Value and care for each child, instilling respect for each other within a framework of traditional Christian values.
  • Set high expectations across a balanced and creative curriculum, giving every learner the confidence and skills to fulfil their potential.
  • Work with parents, carers and the community to nurture within learners the skills and values to enable them to achieve their best and make a positive contribution.

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Our School Prayer

All children learn the words and actions of our school prayer which we say together in Collective Worship each day. This reminds us how special we all are to God and the ways in which we can worship him.

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Two eyes to look to God

Two ears to hear His words

Two lips to sing His praise

Two feet to walk in His ways

Two hands to do His will

One heart to love Him still

O Lord Jesus let me be

Loving, gentle true to Thee.

Amen

Brailes C of E Primary School is a Voluntary Controlled school, which means that although the buildings and grounds are maintained by the County Council, we also proudly and actively maintain our historical links with St. George’s Church in the village. Through St. George’s Church we are linked with the Diocese of Coventry.

We visit church on several occasions during the school year, both for annual celebrations such as Harvest, Christmas and Easter, but also for curriculum visits and our end of year ‘Leavers’ Service’.

Canon Nicholas Morgan is a familiar figure to all the children, visiting weekly for Collective Worship.

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If you would like more information about St. George’s Church or the Diocese of Coventry, please click the links below.

St. George’s Church, Brailes   Coventry Diocesan Board of Education

As we are a church school we have a SIAMS inspection (Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools) as well as an OFSTED inspection. The school was last inspected on the 4th December 2013 and was graded GOOD. You can access the report by clicking the link. SIAMS Report 2013