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Transition - Project Pixar

What is 'Project Pixar?'

Project Pixar returns to Bradon Forest again this year. The exciting Primary programme invites year 5 pupils, from all of our partner Primary Schools, to attend a series of after school workshops run by a variety of departments. The workshops aim to give pupils the opportunity to experience life in a secondary school, whilst engaging in fun and exciting workshops, all of which are centred around the theme of the Film World. 

We have distributed forms to many schools, please see list below.

 

Abbey Meads Primary School
Ashton Keynes CofE Primary School
Bridlewood Primary School
Brook Field Primary School
Catherine Wayte Primary School
Greenmeadow Primary School
Haydon Wick Primary School
Haydonleigh Primary School
Lydiard Millicent CofE Primary School 
Moredon Nursery and Primary School

Oakhurst Community Primary School

Orchid Vale Primary School
Peatmoor Community Primary School
Red Oaks Primary School
Ridgeway Farm CE Academy

Rodbourne Cheney Primary School
St Francis CofE Primary School
St Mary's CofE Primary School
St Sampson's CofE Primary School

If you miss the deadline please post directly to us for the attention of Mrs Liz Austin or email AustinL@bradonforest.wilts.sch.uk

 Year 5 pupils from Millbrook, Oliver Tomkins, Tregoze and Westlea Primary Schools are also invited to attend and forms can be accessed directly here;

Parent Letter Pixar Programme Nov 2016   Pixar Option Sheet Nov 2016 

It was excellent to see the children come along to the sessions not knowing anyone, within minutes they would be working with and making friends with children from other schools. This experience will really help them when they come to join secondary school.

January 2016, Mr Johnson Transition Leader and Head of Year 7