Brinkworth Earl Danby C of E Primary School

| November 5, 2008 | 2 Comments 

What a delight it was to spend some time with the staff of Brinkworth Earl Danby C of E Primary School in Wiltshire. We were joined by colleagues from Redland Primary School.

<— Here we are riding “The Hogwarts Express”!

Brinkworth Earl Danby’s School is a Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School.  It was opened in 1992 as a federation of two schools: Brinkworth School in Brinkworth and Earl Danby’s School, Dauntsey .

The federation of two schools means that both buildings are kept open but the original two schools run as one, with one headteacher, one governing body and one staff. The school is now called Brinkworth Earl Danby’s CE VC Primary School and is a split site school.  The sites are two miles apart, with both locations on spacious locations within beautiful rural North Wiltshire. Challenges, I am sure, but opportunities galore, I would say.

And what a fun bunch. We really enjoyed our day today.

Thank you to Headteacher, Sarah Findlay-Cobb for kindly hosting our stay, and to her colleagues for a very enjoyable day. Thank you too to Hilary Walton, and her colleagues from Redland for adding to the fun of the day as well.

Category: 1) Events and Training days

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  1. Sarah Findlay-Cobb says:

    Thank you for such an inspiring day! You are both such special people. Your ability to enthuse and motivate is intoxicating. The children have already benefited from the training day, as all of us have already implemented some of your fabulous ideas. Thanks again from the other Sarah!

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