We all feel that we belong at Braywood
At Braywood we devote great importance to providing a supportive and empowering community in which parents, staff, and governors all work together to support the education of all our children.
Parents are their child’s first and most enduring educator. As such we believe that parents should be well informed in their understanding of their child’s learning. Teaching staff and our office staff communicate weekly to our parents to ensure information is timely and supportive. Effective parental involvement is achieved through regular contact and consultations. Teachers are out in the playground every day; we host three progress meeting a year with the teacher and a comprehensive summer term report. Our parent/staff/child consultations, include the ‘voice of the child’. Parents can see the school in action through events such as our Mums and Dads into School or Sports Day where we share a meal together.
Once you join Braywood you are part of our family. Throughout the year there are many events organised to ensure that everyone feels valued. The PTA plan events where parents socialise together and the school invite parents into school to share many events such as the Christmas Nativity, Summer Ball, May, Fun Run, Easter and Harvest Performances, Summer Concert etc. We perform on stage and compete in tournaments alongside other schools with the support of our parents. The list is endless really.
Our School Creed
This is our School
Let peace live here
Let the rooms be full of happiness
Let love be all around
Love of one another
Love of all people
And love of life and living
Let us remember
That as many hands build a house
So many hearts make a School
At Braywood we attach great importance to providing a supportive and empowering community in which parents, staff and governors all work together to support the education of our children.
“Pupils joining the school settle quickly because their needs are accurately identified. As one parent wrote, ‘I have found this school very supportive of my child and my family. They are aware of the pressures of modern living.' Transition arrangements between Reception and Year 1 and Year 4 and middle school are excellent.” (Ofsted 2011)