We are a large Primary School with an age range of 3 – 11 year olds (to include provision for nursery age children) in Devon’s largest town, Exmouth. Our school is made up of two sites, the lower, formally the Infant School, and upper, formally the Junior School. Following their amalgamation in 2004, the school became known as Brixington Community Nursery and Primary School, changing to Brixington Primary School in 2009 and finally changing to Brixington Primary Academy in 2015. Both buildings were originally built in the late 1960s early 1970s following the development of the then relatively new Brixington estate.
Pupils work within three distinct phases of the school starting in our Foundation Stage Unit (FSU), then Key Stage One (KS1) and finally Key Stage Two (KS2). Our curriculum follows that prescribed in the National Curriculum in KS1-2. Currently, children are taught in single year groups. Teachers are ably supported by a range of skilled Teaching Assistants who work with individuals and groups of pupils both in and out of class.
We hold open days and welcome visits from parents and children who are considering applying for a place here, as this is a great opportunity for you to see what we have to offer. If you would like to visit, please contact us to make an appointment. (Visits are not a compulsory part of the admissions process and will not affect decisions on whether a place can be offered at our school.)
Our Admissions Policies:
The Admissions policies for pupils’ admissions during the academic years 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 can be found below. They include a timetable for appeals.
We will publish a proposed Admissions policy for the academic year 2017-18 for consultation on the Devon County Council Admissions website. A copy will also be published here.
How to Apply for a school place in Devon:
More information about admissions to schools in Devon can be found on Devon County Council Website by clicking on the following links:
- General information about admissions
- Step by Step Booklet
- Online application for a school place in Reception
- The DCAF1 form, which is the standard form for admissions to Reception
- The DCAF form, which is the standard form for in-year admission
Click on the following links for the OFSTED reports plus HMI Monitoring Letters and the Parent Link:-
We expect all children to wear school uniform click the following link for information.
Morning Session 9:00 – 12:15 (Doors open at 8:50)
Afternoon Session 1:15 to 3:20
Click on the following link for information on lunches and our new Brixington Bistro.
Our school has developed a School Travel Plan. For more information click on the following link.