Phone : 01604 858816

Welcome to Brixworth Class...

Here in Brixworth class you will find our year 5 and year 6 children.  They are taught by Mrs Carpenter who is supported by Miss Rees and Miss Errington.  In the autumn term, the children will guided through history looking at how Crime and Punishment have changed over time.  Learning will include life in the Tudor, Victorian and modern day periods.  

The links below will show you the areas which will be covered over this term during the topic and will also show you the yearly overview.

How can you help at home?

  • Why not find out about the legend of Robin Hood - was he a 'good' guy or a 'bad' guy?
  • Visit your local library and borrow non-fiction books about life in the Tudor and Victorian periods in history - what are the most interesting facts you can find?
  • With an adult, take a look at the BBC Teach website on Crime and Punishment in history - BBC Teach Crime and Punishment


Here are some of the books we will be using in Brixworth class this term which you mat wish to purchase to support your child with their learning in the summer term:


The links below will show the yearly overview of areas covered in maths for Brixworth class.  You will also find knowledge organisers to help you support your child at home with the areas of maths that are taught at school.

Knowledge Organisers

Click on the links below for the termly knowldge organisers for different subject areas.  You can support your child at home by helping them to learn the key vocabulary and facts witin these documents.

Curriculum Web

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Long Term Map

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Milton Parochial Primary School

Green Street
Milton Malsor

Tel: 01604 858816

​NB: Fully accessible entrance via car park. Assistance available via intercom.

About Us

We are a small well-resourced Church of England primary school with 89 pupils currently on roll. At Milton, there is a strong Christian ethos that pervades all areas of school life. We have strong links with our local church and community. There is a good 'family' feel - we know each other well. 

New children are assigned a 'buddy', settle well and make friends quickly. We are pleased to be a member of the Peterborough Diocese Education Trust. Click here for the PDET news page.