Welcome to Millbrook Primary School

At Millbrook Primary School we value learning and see it as a life long process. We seek to create an open and creative school where all are valued, supported and challenged. Everyone receives regular praise and encouragement to be the best they can possibly be. Our learning community is based on honesty, integrity, motivation and responsibility borne out of mutual respect.

About Millbrook


Natural outdoor art

In Ladybirds and Bumblebees we have been exploring different media and materials. We have learnt how to use different tools safely, found out different ways of joining materials and we even made our own kites! We then looked at natural…
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Temples, Tombs and Treasure – Year 3/4 Ancient Egypt topic

Year 3/4 started off their new topic with a visit to the inside of an ancient tomb. The children experienced the smells, sounds and relics that would have been experienced in Ancient Egyptian times. It was a creepy experience for…
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Media Magic topic in KS1

KS1 children came back to school on Tuesday 5th January to find a strange piece of material on the back field. They later discovered it was part of a robot from space named Rory 3000. They heard reports that other…
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Buddy Reading

The Ladybirds and Bumblebees have really enjoyed their buddies from Years 3/4 coming to read with them this term. They are great at helping them to spot tricky words, sound out simple words and predict what might happen at the…
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Infant Nativity

Well done to all the Foundation Stage and Key Stage One children for an excellent performance of Whoops-a-Daisy Angel.

Fair Trade in Year 3/4

Year 3/4 had a great morning recently learning about Fair Trade from Mr Belcher who works for Sainsburys. He talked to the children about what Fair Trade is and how important it is. The children learnt a lot and it…
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Millbrook Primary School is a member of the Link Academies Collaborative Trust.

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