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Bramley CoF (VA) Infant and Nursery School

At the end of November the children at Bramley School had a Pause Day.  During that day, they heard about Advent from Rev'd Andy, made the posters (below) and then came to Holy Trinity Church for a service.  You can hear more about the Pause Day and the posters in Rev'd Andy's Podcast - Advent: Hope, Peace, Joy, Love.

             Hope poster                       Peace poster

              Joy poster                      Love poster

Village children have been attending Bramley Infant School for over 150 years. Bramley Church of England (VA) Infant and Nursery is a successful and popular school where everyone works hard to ensure that the children are safe, secure and part of a friendly and caring community.

Children can begin at Bramley Infant School as soon as they turn two by joining the nursery. The Nursery and Pre-School are housed in the main building but are a separate department with their own age appropriate facilities and playground..

Bramley Infant School is very much a family school and it is supported and championed by the wider community. For example, the children are welcomed by the community to ride on trailers to the bonfire field in the autumn term for the annual Bramley Bonfire and to ride on trailers to the village fete in the summer term. As a Church School there are strong links with Holy Trinity Church and the school holds their Remembrance service, Harvest Festival, Easter Service, Christingle Service and Leavers service at the church. As a fully inclusive Church of England Infant School the schools' values are interconnected to the Church and Jesus' teaching of Christian values.

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Parents dressed in HTB robes

Rev. Andy from went into the school at the end of March to talk to our Nursery and Pre-School children about Easter. Parents were invited too and Andy bought in some of his items from the Church to show the children.

Eucharist display