Early life of child is the most importance stage in the life of a child because it influence and determine the structural, mental, psychological, and even spiritual strength of the child.
That is why emphasis is needed on the selection of basic school with a high standard and moral values so as to enable the child to grow to becoming relevant not just for the parent, but also for the society.
We have sorted out the Best 10 Primary Schools in Brighton that we believe from our research will help any parent in Peterborough and its environ to choose wisely for his/her child(ren). And here we go;
- 1. Downs Junior School
- 2. St Bernadette’s Catholic Primary School
- 3. Stanford Junior School
- 4. Bilingual Primary School
- 5. Cottesmore St Mary’s Catholic Primary School
- 6. St Luke’s Primary School
- 7. Carlton Hill Primary School
- 8. Bevendean Primary School And Nursery
- 9. St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School
- 10. Brunswick Primary School
1. Downs Junior School
This is an outstanding school. The curriculum is well thought out to meet the needs of pupils and provides exciting and innovative opportunities for learning. For example the ’mantle of the expert’ approach is used for a range of topics, where staff, pupils or visitors take on the role of an expert within an area of learning.
Staff work hard to make all the learning realistic and purposeful. Pupils particularly enjoy the themed weeks, for example each class looking at a particular country. Alongside the good teaching, this means that pupils thoroughly enjoy their learning. In most lessons seen, pupils made good progress.
As a result, pupils develop into mature, confident young people, well prepared for the next stage of their learning. By the end of Year 6, attainment is high and, from pupils’ above average starting points, this represents good progress.
Address: Downs Junior School, Rugby Road, Brighton, BN1 6ED
Telephone: 01273 558422
2. St Bernadette’s Catholic Primary School
School data indicate that current attainment in all three subjects remains above average. The quality of teaching is good, and results in pupils’ good progress.
However, the tasks set for some pupils are not consistently well matched to their prior attainment and different needs so as to provide good levels of challenge. Pupils’ behaviour is good and they display consistently positive attitudes to learning.
Pupils are attentive to teachers, and cooperate well with one another. They feel very safe at school. Incidents of bullying or racism are few, and are effectively handled by the school.
Pupils’ attendance is high. The curriculum has strengths. It ensures that pupils are well prepared for secondary education and meets their interests well.
Address: St Bernadette’s Catholic Primary School, Clifton Road, Kenton, Harrow HA3 9NS
Telephone: 20 8204 8902.
3. Stanford Junior School
Pupils achieve well because the quality of teaching over time is good. Pupils’ attainment at the end of Year 6 has been much higher than the national average for the past three years. Pupils achieve particularly well in reading and mathematics.
The most-able pupils achieve well. A high proportion of pupils secured high levels of attainment in reading, writing and mathematics at the end of Year 6 in 2013. Improvements in the teaching of writing have increased pupils’ progress over the past year.
The school is a happy and cohesive community. Pupils are keen to learn and they enjoy school. They behave very well and feel safe and secure. Leaders and governors have maintained pupils’ good achievement.
They have secured improvements in the achievement of different groups of pupils. The governing body provides highly effective levels of support and challenge for school leaders.
Address: Stanford Junior School, Stanford Road, Brighton, East Sussex BN1 5PR
Telephone: 01273 565570
4. Bilingual Primary School
The headteacher provides highly effective, motivating and inspiring leadership for the school. Pupils, parents, staff and governors are justifiably proud of their good school. Pupils develop as well-rounded, confident individuals who achieve well in all that they do and are successful bilingual learners.
Teachers plan interesting lessons. Pupils are inspired and motivated by their teachers. All groups of pupils, including disadvantaged pupils, the most able and the most able disadvantaged pupils, learn well.
Pupils make good progress from their starting points in a range of subjects including reading, writing and mathematics. Spanish is taught well and pupils at different stages of fluency in Spanish develop their skills well. Pupils are well behaved in lessons and around the school.
They feel safe and happy at school and are well looked after. The new curriculum is already having a positive impact on pupils’ engagement and enjoyment but has yet to be fully embedded to see the full impact on pupils’ achievement.
Children in the early years get a good start to school life. They are taught well and make good and often rapid progress from their starting points.
Address: Bilingual Primary School , The Droveway, Hove BN3 7QA
5. Cottesmore St Mary’s Catholic Primary School
The headteacher is an ambitious and effective leader who has an accurate view of the school’s strengths and areas for development. Together with her strong leadership team, and the governing body, many improvements have been generated since her appointment.
The team have clear and realistic plans to improve the school still further. Good quality provision for spiritual, moral, social and cultural development promotes pupils’ high self-esteem and confidence.
Pupils and parents report that the school’s ‘family atmosphere’ also plays an effective part in the development of these skills.
Address: Cottesmore St Mary’s Catholic Primary School, The Upper Drive, Hove, BN3 6NB
Telephone: 01273 555 811
6. St Luke’s Primary School
The sixth on the list of the Best 10 Primary Schools in Brighton. The school is also outstanding school. Pupils’ standards in reading, writing and mathematics are very high across the school. Pupils, including the more able, make excellent and rapid progress from their starting points on entry to the school.
Teaching of consistently outstanding quality enables pupils to achieve excellent results. Pupils demonstrate a substantial love of learning and enjoy challenging themselves. Their behaviour and attitudes to learning are exemplary, and they feel safe and happy in school.
The headteacher, other leaders and governors show exceptionally strong leadership and have very high expectations of pupils and teachers. As a result, teaching and pupils’ achievements are outstanding.
Address: St Luke’s Primary School, Grange Lane North, Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire DN16 1BN
Telephone: 01724 844560 Fax: 01724 747740
Email Office: firstname.lastname@example.org
7. Carlton Hill Primary School
This is also a good and standardized school. The school makes very good use of support staff and volunteers to ensure that pupils, including pupils who need extra help, learn well. Pupils are keen to learn. They are proud of their achievements and the school.
They are courteous and behave well towards one another. Pupils feel safe and well looked after in school. The school teaches pupils about e-safety very effectively.
Leadership is good because the high expectations of the headteacher, other leaders and governors have led to swift improvements to pupils’ results and to teaching.
Address: Carlton Hill Primary School, Sussex Street, Brighton BN2 9HS
Tel: 01273 604966
8. Bevendean Primary School And Nursery
This school is indeed a place for everyone to succeed and thrive’. Pupils are happy, proud of their learning, confident that they are doing well and ambitious for their futures. Staff are a strong and supportive team who work hard to make sure that every pupil can achieve.
One parent expressed the view of many when they said, ‘Each student is challenged to be the best possible version of themselves’. Pupils are safe and cared for by all staff. School is a calm place because pupils respect the school rules. Pupils behave well, listen carefully in class and play cooperatively with friends at playtimes.
Address: Heath Hill Avenue, Lower Bevendean, Brighton, BN2 4JP
Telephone: 01273 681292
9. St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School
This is a good school. Pupils make good progress during their time at St Joseph’s, despite many entering the school with knowledge and skills well below those expected for their age.
As a result, the majority of pupils achieve well by the time they leave the school and their attainment is in line with their peers nationally.
The curriculum promotes pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development extremely well. Leaders and managers have set up effective systems to ensure that pupils are given maximum opportunity to achieve as well as they can.
Address: St. Joseph’s Catholic Primary School, Lanark Road, Sutherland Avenue London W9 1DF
Tel: 020 7286 3518
10. Brunswick Primary School
And lastly on the list of the Best 10 Primary Schools in Brighton is Brunswick primary school. The Leadership have a clear vision for the school that is shared by the whole school community. Teaching and learning are effective and lead to pupils’ good overall progress.
However, the most able pupils are not challenged enough to make the progress of which they are capable. Pupils have a strong understanding of what equality means. They show respect for one another and for those who are from different cultures. Pupils behave well.
They are courteous, both to one another and to adults. They speak with pride about their school and are keen to help one another. This creates a positive atmosphere throughout the school.
The curriculum captures pupils’ interests well and creates an enthusiasm for learning. Subject leaders check that topics studied by the pupils include good coverage of their subject.
Address: Brunswick Primary School Station Road, Woodhouse, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S13 7RB
Telephone: 01142 695315