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Welcome To Broad Town School

Midday Supervisory Assistant (MDSA) supervisor required. Please see job vacancies tab for more info.

Virtual Tours

KS1_2020_tour.mp4 KS1 and main building tour 

 trim.0154AA84-18FA-4C6A-A531-6DFF2C8905BB.MOV  KS2 Tour

Our next Open Day for new parents is on Tuesday 12th October. Please ring the school office to make an appointment.

Visitors to our school.

Due to the current climate we are asking that all visitors to our school read our Covid 19 Visitor Policy before they arrive.

Visitor Policy (COVID-19).pdf 

2020.08.24 _Schools_Primary_A4Leaflet.pdf

Covid - 19 Update for September 2021

From September 2021, we will revert back to our normal start and finish times. The children can enter the classrooms from 8.50 am for start task. The official end of the school day is 3.15 pm.

We ask that everyone follows the current government guidance and any additional requirements identified in our shcool Covid Risk Assessment. This information iwll be communicated with parents via newsletters and texts.

Please be mindful that some windows will need to be kept open for ventilation.  Please make sure your child is dressed warm enough and is wearing a school jumper. As the weather gets colder, you may also feel that your child would benefit from wearing a vest or t-shirt undeneath their school polo shirt.

We are still in a pandemic so it is important that we put measures in place to minimise risk and to help keep everyone safe. Please observe the following:

1.  Only parents of the new reception children enter the classroom in the mornings. All children will be collected from the playground at the end of the school day. On the days that reception chidlrren finish at 12.00 and 1.00 pm, parents will collect their chidlren via reception.

2.  Keep contact with people outside your bubble to a minimum when on the school grounds.

3.  It is not compulsory but you may chose to wear a face covering.

4.  Communication between staff and parents is very important. Ideally do this via an email  or telephone call. Staff are teaching during the day and their emails are not checked so if it is very important then please phone the school office.

5.  To help keep office staff safe, please make sure that your child brings in everything they need for the day.

Do not send your child to school if they are unwell.

If you need to contact the school to inform them about a Covid-19 case as outlined below then please email Miss Long on head@broadtown.wilts.sch.uk

Remote Learning

Please look at the 'Remote Learning' tab at the side of this page.  


Broad Town Primary School is a very small rural school on the outskirts of Royal Wotton Bassett. We are an inclusive school and the development of the whole child is central to our school’s Christian ethos. Staff are very skilled, dedicated and have high expectations of themselves and of the children they work with.

It is important for us to make the children’s time at school very special and memorable. We are very proud of our Forest School status which enables children to explore and learn outdoors. It supports the children in developing important life skills such as team work, problem solving and resilience as well as building confidence and self-esteem.

Our website will provide you with lots of information about the school. If you are considering which school is going to be right for your child and would like to visit our school then please make an appointment with the school office.

Bridget Long


Appeal for witnesses after break-in at Broad Town Primary School ...Contact Details

Broad Town CE Primary School

Broad Town


SN4 7RE          Tel:  01793 731395   email:  admin@broadtown.wilts.sch.uk

Headteacher:  Bridget Long

School Office Staff:  Pauline Wheatley and Linda Knight

Special Needs Co-ordinator: Gretchen Dent


At Broad Town CE Primary School, we are committed to safeguarding and have a culture of vigilance in all aspects of safeguarding and child protection.

Designated Person Responsible for Safeguarding:  Bridget Long

Deputy Designated Person Responsible for Safeguarding: Gretchen Dent

Governor Responsible for Safeguarding:  John Oldfield

To view government education pages, please follow the link. https://www.gov.uk/


Teacher Training Days (TT Days)

FRIDAY 25th June 2021

Friday 16th July 2021

MONDAY 19th July 2021

New academic Year 2021 - 2022

WEDNESDAY 1st September 2021

MONDAY 1st November 2021

TUESDAY 4th January 2022

MONDAY 28th March 2022

FRIDAY 15th July 2022

Please revisit this section as we may have to alter these dates in line with any new government guidelines we may recieve.

If you require paper copies of information on the school website then please discuss your request with the school office.

Dressage Team

To read all about our team's recent successes go to curriculum/sports/riding team.


We all sang 'Together'

On the 21st June, we joined 46 other schools in Wiltshire to sing an especially commissioned song. Over 7000 Wiltshire school children sang altoghether. We didn't let the rain spoil our spirits! Please enjoy our singing in the video below. 


A Musical Showcase

Sit back and enjoy listening to a selection of Broad Town's instrumentalists showcasing what they have been learning both in and out of school recently. Some of these pupils have only started learning their instrument this term ! It is so lovely to hear them all playing ! 


Thomas - Horn 


Henry - Drums 


James - Guitar 


Thomas - Drums


Holly - Guitar 


Lucia ~Drums


Ewan - Drums 



Amelia- Guitar 


Joshua- Drums

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