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Online Safety for Children and Teens

We know just how much time kids spend chatting, surfing or playing games online and how much they love connecting and sharing with people all over the world.

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St Matthias Park North (Brentry Lodge Campus)

On 5th September 2016, St Matthias Park North opened its doors to students. The school is a pilot early intervention base (EIB) for pupils in Y7-Y10 (age 11-15) who have been permanently excluded from school or are at risk of exclusion.

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Aesop's Fables, Tales and videos

Aesop, (Greek:Αἴσωπος, 620–564 BCE), was an Ancient Greek fabulist or story teller credited with a number of fables now collectively known as Aesop's Fables.

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Henbury Library

The Henbury library has been open since 1972 and has over one thousand visitors a week. These are mostly 12-15 year olds after school for computers, young mums and over 60s. The library has a range of books for all people. Books can be hired for up to three weeks. They can also rent DVD's.

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Ancient Greek philosopher's quotes

The Ancient Greek philosophers were unbelievably smart and wise. They used few words, 'quotes', to express pearls of wisdom that stand up today as guidelines for living wisely and compassionately.

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Free School Meals | Henbury School

There have been some minor changes since Henbury became an Academy on 1 June 2012. If you have previously been granted Free School Meals by Bristol City Council you are still entitled. However, if your circumstances change you will need to notify the school immediately, so we can assess if you are eligible to claim.

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School children diet: Packed lunch

It's just as important to make sure the lunchboxes that children take to school provide a healthy, balanced lunch.
This means plenty of foods that contain the nutrients that children need, and fewer foods that are high in sugar and saturated fat.

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Brentry & Henbury Children’s Centres

The Brentry & Henbury Children’s Centre (BHCC) was originally set up in the grounds of Brentry Primary School as a Neighbourhood Nursery by the Charity that bears the same name in 2004 with funding from the National Lottery.

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Brentry Primary School

Brentry Primary School is situated on the North West Boundary of the City of Bristol. We have a mixed intake of children, serving a post-war housing estate interspersed by private dwellings. We have extensive grounds.

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Henbury Court Primary Academy

Henbury Court Primary Academy joined the Little Mead Academy Trust in April 2012. We serve families from Henbury and the immediate area but also families from wider Bristol who access our resource base for pupils with hearing impairment.

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Henbury School

Henbury School is a key feature in our Henbury and Brentry Community. It opened in 1956 as one of the first purpose built comprehensive schools in the country. The school occupies a large and beautiful site, with a great range of modern facilities. Henbury School was completely rebuilt in 2005, the first new school building to open in Bristol in many years.

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Blaise Primary School

The school was opened in 1952 as separate infant and junior schools. An amalgamation of these schools in the 1980s resulted in the single all through nursery and primary school that we hold dear today.

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