Brill Church of England School

Brill Church of England School


The rain doesn't stop us!

Click on the link below to see the children enjoying the rain in their new wet weather clothing.
Year 1 have been enjoying their practical maths lessons outside!

Click the link below to see the blog post on the maths page of our website.

Welcome to the Brill C of E School page

Photos from Brill Church of England School's post 21/03/2023

Brill School are getting rid of some chairs.
X6 green
X3 blue
X4 black
If anyone could make use of them, please comment below to arrange collection. They are used but in good condition.
We would like to get rid of them by the weekend.



Please come along to our monthly parent drop in on Wednesday 28th Sept, 3-3:30pm.

This will be an opportunity for you to look at your childrenโ€™s books and progress so far. The teachers will be in their classes to talk to.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Brill Church Of England School - Maths 06/10/2020

Year 1 have been enjoying their practical maths lessons outside!

Click the link below to see the blog post on the maths page of our website.

Brill Church Of England School - Maths Mathematics is a creative, challenging and highly interconnected discipline which is an integral part of the curriculum here at Brill. As Maths is all around us in our daily lives, we aim to ensure that children are aware and have the confidence of how to apply learning to every day scenarios. We en...

Christmas trees 26/11/2018


Parents, children and community members, this week is the last week to order your Christmas trees from Windmill Pre-school.

Please click on this link to place your order

Christmas trees Please fill in this form if you would like to order a Christmas tree from Windmill Pre-school. The small profit we make from the trees goes towards our Garden work and to buy equipment for the children. Thank you for your support


Brill Primary Schoolโ€™s Open Day for new and prospective parents.
Please contact the office to book a space.
We look forward to seeing you there.


Year 5 Parents
The coach is due back now at 4:45pm/5pm.
See you at the Pointer.


Dear All year 5 parents and carers,

Weโ€™ve had a fab week and will be back at the Pointer for 4:45 (according to the bus Sat Nav!)

Mr Gore ๐Ÿ˜€


Parent Vision Evening 8-9pm (20.09.18)

A reminder of our vision evening tonight at school, where governors and staff will share the plans for this year and reflect on the successes from last year.

We would love to see you all there. Please arrive at 7:45pm for an 8pm start. You will receive a welcome drink on arrival.

We look forward to seeing you all.

Mrs White

Photos from Brill Church of England School's post 13/07/2018

Today is the day! Brill School Games is here!!!

Who will be victorious? Chickwell champs again? Or will it be Bernwode or Rushbed?

Good luck and have fun!


A selection of children from Brill School competed in the district athletics event at Stoke Mandeville on Monday 2nd July. All the pupils represented the school brilliantly and competed with enthusiasm. It was a fantastic event, enjoyed by all and we are very proud to announce that Brill School came 1st and won the competition. Well done to our fantastic pupils and hugely supportive staff and parent body. We are proud of you all!

Photos from Brill Church of England School's post 02/07/2018

Brill School Sporting News:

Some Year 4 pupils entered a dance competition on Saturday 30th June in Aylesbury, Darcey Bussell (a retired Royal Ballet principle dancer and ex Strictly come dancing judge) judged the competition. Brill pupils competed against other Buckinghamshire schools- including the secondary grammar schools. It was a fantastic event and our pupils made us all very proud, they also had the pleasure of taking away the winning medal and a photo with Darcey Bussell herself!

Buckinghamshire County Council Jobs - Details 28/02/2018

TA position at Brill Primary School

We are currently recruiting for a full time Teaching Assistant. If you are interested, or know someone who may be, please see details below on Bucks County Council job site. Alternatively please contact the school directly for details and an application form.

Buckinghamshire County Council Jobs - Details We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and inspiring Teaching Assistant to join our team after the Easter holiday 2018. This is a full time role, and the year group will be decided upon appointment. An interest in 1-1 support would be beneficial, but not essential.


International Day 9/02/18

Just a reminder that tomorrow is โ€˜International Dayโ€™ for pupils and staff at Brill School.

All children can come dressed in the colours of the flag from the country theyโ€™ve been learning about.

Parents are invited to come and see their work at 2:30pm and are asked to leave by 2:55pm.

The children will leave at the end of the day (3pm) as usual, those on buses will go as normal and others will meet parents/carers on the playground at the front of the school.

We look forward to seeing you tomorrow.

Mrs White

Buckinghamshire County Council Jobs - Job Search 26/01/2018

Teaching Job at Brill School:

We will sadly be saying goodbye to Mrs Carr at the end of this academic year.

In light of this, we are currently looking to recruit a new member of staff for a September 2018 start.

If you know of anyone who may be interested in working as a teacher at Brill School the advert is on the Bucks website

Buckinghamshire County Council Jobs - Job Search Working Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 8.45am to 3.30pm with 30 minute lunch break. Starting as soon as possible.


Year 5/6 parents

Children are due back at the Pointer at 10:35pm from Young Voices.

See you all there


Electricity news:

Electricity has been down in Brill and local villages this morning due to a fire at the A41 Power Centre. They are keeping us informed of their progress on this.

If it persists throughout the day we will communicate via Facebook and our website to let you know our plan.

Please keep an eye on these communication sources.

Many thanks
Louise White


School opening: 13.12.17

Dear Parents

I have assessed the roads in Brill today, and although still quite icy, with the rain and slightly warmer temperatures expected overnight, we are anticipating the access to school will be good enough by morning so we will re-open tomorrow at the normal time of 8:40am.

We are however taking some precautionary measures as follows -

There will be no Breakfast Club (or Energykidz After School Club) and parents are not to drive up The Firs under any circumstances or try to park anywhere near the School.

Can all children please wear appropriate footwear for walking through any remaining snow to and from school (bringing school shoes to change in to). Children arriving by bus will be dropped off at The Pointer and then walked across the field to School by a member of staff.

Parents arriving by car are asked to park in the village and walk children across the field to School.

Any parents attending the Spanish Nativity in the afternoon are also asked to park in the village and walk across to School.

Preschool will also re-open, and the same access arrangements apply. No early start, please arrive at 9am for Preschool.

Thank you for your patience and understanding over the last couple of days and we look forward to seeing the children back in school tomorrow.


Mrs Louise White



I very much regret to inform you that the school will be closed again tomorrow, Tuesday 12th December.

This is solely due to the extremely hazardous driving conditions on The Firs and the access to school.

With overnight freezing temperatures forecast, the roads will become even more unsafe. The decision to close is never an easy decision but safety of our families and staff is always paramount.

Please see the letter sent via email for the rationale behind this disappointing and much debated decision.

I am sorry for the inconvenience and disruption that I know this will cause.

The weather forecasts for Tuesday, late evening onward, show warmer conditions and rain. This makes me very hopeful that we will be able to open on Wednesday and this will be confirmed by email tomorrow.

Once again, my apologies.

Mrs White, Head Teacher.

NB This includes Windmill Pre-School


School closure:

Dear Parents,

Unfortunately, due to the heavy snowfall overnight and the forecast showing further snow and freezing roads we have decided to close Brill Primary School on Monday 11th December so that we can ensure the safety of both pupils and staff.

We are making this decision early so that parents have as much time as possible to make alternative childcare arrangements where possible.

We regret the need to close the school and hope that you all can appreciate that we have made this decision on safety grounds. We hope to be open on Tuesday and will confirm this later on Monday.

Yours sincerely, Louise White Head Teacher


TA opportunity at Brill C of E Primary School.

There is an exciting opportunity at Brill School to work with and support some of our fantastic pupils.

Start date: The New Year (Jan 2018)

Please contact the school office if youโ€™re interested: [email protected]


Book Fair reminder!

Today is the last day of our book fair- please come along to look at the range of books on offer at 3pm today.



๐Ÿ”นDo you think you can beat the teachers?
๐Ÿ”นAre you smarter than the TAs?
๐Ÿ”นWill the governors win again?

The First Brill School PTA event of the year is upon us, this Friday night @ 7 in the memorial hall.

Winners really will be Grinners.


Year 1 parents

Please may you bring a plastic bowl (with no rim) to drink their hot chocolate for their French breakfast.

We are very much looking forward to it.

Bonne nuit



This evening Brill School Netball squad played in the first festival of the year @ Waddesdon School!

We took 3 teams this year, 2 strong year 6 teams and a impressive year 5 team. All 3 teams did incredibly well. Coming 1st, 2nd and 3rd in their respective groups.

The team of Billy, Lara, Abi, Harry and Milla made it to the final matches, battling hard and playing an incredibly high level of netball. So good in fact the Waddeson Secondary teachers thought we'd beat their year 7 and 8 teams!!!! Overall we finished in an amazing 2nd place. Qualifying for the level 2 games at Stoke Mandeville in the summer (again ๐Ÿ˜€)!

Huge well done to all 3 squads.

Special thanks to Mrs Keegan, who has coached the squad to such a high standard. Thanks also to Mrs Tuffley and Miss Butler who have assisted brilliantly!

Next festival is year 3/4 Badminton!



Jeans for Genes day tomorrow.
Children to come in denim bottom half and school uniform on top.
Please bring a donation for this great cause.

Thanks for your support everyone.


Quick reminder!

This Thursday is the 'Plans for the future' meeting in the school hall, 7:45pm drinks for an 8pm start.
The Leadership Team and Governing Body will share the vision for the school.
It would be great to see many of you there if you can make it.



School Games day is near here (Friday 14th July)

Just a quick refresher on help needed:

๐Ÿ”บset up in the morning
๐Ÿ”บ4 gazebos for shade
๐Ÿ”บgoggles, rubber rings, swimming hats and flippers
๐Ÿ”บvolunteers for fundraising stall.
๐Ÿ”บwell loved sport kit for resale

Any help would be appriciated. Huge thanks to those who have already got in touch.

Mr Gore

Photos from Brill Church of England School's post 03/07/2017

Big Brill Picnic: Saturday 15 July from 3pm: Brill Common

Remember those wonderful kites you made at Art on the Hill? Now's the chance to fill the skies with them!

We'll be getting together on Brill Common (near the Windmill) on Saturday 15 July from 3pm onwards. This is very much a DIY affair and everyone is welcome. Bring friends, a picnic, some games, and join in the fun!



Congratulations to our Year 5&6 cricket team on a brilliant team performance to finish 2nd at the Stewkley Kwik Cricket Tournament today.

Despite being one player down due to illness, they won all their group matches convincingly, in sizzling heat, to reach what was a closely contested final.

Batsman of the day: James T;
Bowler of the day: Lara M;
Catch of the day: Thomas R.

The team was led by captain Matthew C, ably supported by Jacob K who batted well in the final. Abi O demonstrated great skills out field.

Man of the Match (and singled out as a 'Trojan' by the organisers): Nat Massa.

Well done to everyone on a superb all-round effort and with such a strong Y5 performance, things look good for next year.

Huge thank you to team manager and up and coming PE virtuoso Mrs Ellis.

Pictures on Flickr to follow.



Great results yesterday at the Level 2 School Games @ Stoke Mandeville. For the first time in a long while we had 3 teams qualify!

๐Ÿ‘Quicks sticks hockey team came 2nd
๐ŸHigh 5 Netball came 4th
๐ŸธBISI Badminton 3rd

Well done to all the children for firstly qualifying for the games and secondly for performing t such a high standard!!!

There are 37 school in our school sports partnership and so a 2nd, 3rd and a 4th is impressive!

๐Ÿ“ธPhotos on Flickr ASAP!


โšฝ๏ธ๐Ÿ€๐Ÿˆโšพ๏ธ๐ŸŽพ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ‰๐ŸŽฑ๐Ÿ“๐Ÿธ๐Ÿ’๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ๐ŸนSainsbury's Active Kids vouchers update:

Huge thank you to everyone who has donated. We currently have over 4000 vouchers!!!

The deadline of the 30th June is looming!

Can we break 5000?

More detailed information will come in this weeks newsletter.


๐Ÿ† Final Sports post! ๐Ÿ†

Well done to Oliver, Freddie, Francine, Annabel and Evie for competing well at the Magdalen School Gifted and Talented Physical Education day!

Mrs Ellis was very impressed with how you represented the school! As were all of the Magdalen teachers and coaches.

Special mention for the girls, who were the only girls in attendance, from a huge number of children put forward from primary schools in our local area.

Girl Power. This Girl Can.



Rain, rain, rain stops play!

Sadly, both yesterdays Year 5/6 rugby tournament @ Chinnor Rugby Club and todays Year 5/6 Rounders festival @ Waddesdon Seconday School were abandoned due to traditionally poor British weather.

Unfortunately, it's unlikely that either will be rescheduled.

The rounders began in glorious sunshine but quickly the weather turned. Both the A and B teams were undefeated at the time. So maybe the staff will lose this years, hotly contested and highly anticipated staff vs year 6 rounders match after half term...



Great all round performance from the year 5/6 tennis squad today @ Aylesbury tennis centre. The team competed against 7 other schools at the level 2 school games. Finishing an incredible 3rd.

We were a team consisting of mainly year 5 pupils too, which makes the achievement even greater!!! What's more we were the only team to draw with the eventual winners!!!

Well done to all, let's win it next year!

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