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Items filtered by date: December 2011

Finding The Nursery

To Find the Nursery

Once at Broadclyst Community Primary School, please report to the reception desk and they will direct you to the Nursery.

To Find the School

Broadclyst Community Primary School, School Lane, Broadclyst, Exeter, Devon, EX5 3JG

From the M5:

Exit the M5 at Junction 30, taking the road towards Middlemoor. At the Middlemoor roundabout, take the third exit towards Exeter, Whipton and Sainsbury’s. At the traffic lights outside Sainsbury’s, continue straight along the B3181. Stay on this road through Pinhoe, crossing a small double roundabout. You will cross the motorway (M5) on a bridge. Continue up the hill and round two bends bringing you into Broadclyst. Stay on this main road noting the 30mph speed limit. Broadclyst Primary School is the last building on the right just before you leave the village. 

Please note that when visiting, there is limited parking in and around the school, so it is recommended that you park in the village car park or The Red Lion Inn car park.




Contacting the Nursery







You can contact the school by post at the following address:             


Broadclyst Community Primary School
School Lane



Phone & Fax

You can contact the school by phone or fax on the following numbers:

Telephone - 01392 461288

Fax - 01392 467057


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Professional Events

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Previously Listed Events


Thursday 17th January - NFER 1st National Focus Group Day for Advanced Schools and Practitioners



Monday 7th October 2013 - We are hosting the SSAT Regional Seminar on 'Making Sense of Change'.

Seminar description - docMaking Sense of Change


New School Hall and Kitchen

We have been successful in securing a central government grant to provide a long-needed  hall and dining facility for the school. Plans that have been drawn up by a company called NPS, on behalf of the Governing Body, will provide an exciting, visually pleasing and flexible space. It will include a professional catering kitchen that will be able to provide not only high quality nutritious food at lunchtime, but throughout the day to parents, staff and children through the modern “Academy Café”. This will build on the current service offered by the school. With the large spacious facilities, lunchtimes will be radically different. We will be able to deliver good home-cooked food in a family-orientated dining environment. During the day the flexibility offered by the partition walls will allow us to create a sports hall, and a flexible teaching space as well as a cyber café. Children will be able to change for PE in dedicated changing rooms. The front of the building will have a new main reception area.

The whole facility will be in keeping with the rest of the school and its cutting edge, high quality technology which will be seamlessly embedded into the overall infrastructure and feel of the building. The new hall will be used for assemblies, productions and musical performances, as well as being available for community use. We want it to be at the heart of the village of Broadclyst. During the academic year 2013/14 there will be the inevitable disruption due to the building work. We are endeavouring to minimise this disruption and are aiming to provide temporary dining facilities on the school premises.

Please check the Headteacher’s Blog for regular updates.

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Year 2

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Victoria Hill- HResName   CharlotteClarkHResNameYear 2 is taught by Miss Vicky Hill and Miss Charlotte Clarke. It is the final year of KS1; the children become more independent and take more responsibility for their learning.  As a result of this there are more opportunities on offer including swimming and instrumental lessons.



pdfYear 2 Curriculum Objectives

pdfCurriculum Planner 2016-17 Autumn Term

pdfCurriculum Planner 2016-17 Spring Term

pdfCurriculum Planner 2016-17 Summer Term

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Year 3

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sarah gormersall   LauraGloverHResNameYear 3 is the start of KS2 and is taught by Miss Sarah Gomersall and Miss Laura Glover. The children are consolidating and extending their learning from KS1 and are investigating different ways to present their work. They begin to take part in long-term projects involving the wider community.  


pdfYear 3 Curriculum Objectives

pdfCurriculum Planner 2016-17 Autumn Term

pdfCurriculum Planner 2016-17 Spring Term

pdfCurriculum Planner 2016-17 Summer Term

 Year3SG - BCPS



Year 5

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Michael KImber HResName   Katie-SellickYear 5 is taught by Mr Michael Kimber and Miss Katie Sellick. In this year the children work collaboratively on extended projects, many of which are performance-based and recorded in the TV Studio. Their History and Geography projects are brought to life in the local community and at Killerton House, and during a three-day residential at Heatree House on Dartmoor. 

pdf Year 5 Curriculum Objectives

pdfCurriculum Planner 2016-17 Autumn Term

pdfCurriculum Planner 2016-17 Spring Term

pdfCurriculum Planner 2016-17 Summer Term


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