Primary Education in the heart of Brighton
Are you considering a Primary School place for your reception child next year?
Come and see (virtually!) what we are all about. School tours will be taking place on the 10th, 11th, 12th, 18th, 24th and 25th November 2020.
You will be able to see:
You will be able to meet some of the Early Years team who work in the reception class, teaching staff and the senior leadership team.
To ensure the safety of the school community and in response to national lockdown measures we will be hosting our school tours on ZOOM.
Check out our Reception class page by clicking HERE.
Please note: we have limited spaces available for our tours and booking is essential.
If you have already booked a live tour we will be in touch to confirm our virtual tour arrangements - your slot is still booked.
Middle Street Primary is a small school that embodies the rich culture and diversity of Brighton city centre.
The whole school community are on first name terms, we don't have a school uniform and respect sits at the heart of the relationships we build together.
We are a small school, with a big heart and are proud of our inclusive, diverse community which welcomes all children and supports them to thrive. Parents and staff alike value our child-centred, creative curriculum, which gives all children the chance to discover and develop their talents across all subject areas.
Located right in the city centre we play an active role in our local community - including taking part in the Brighton Festival Children's parade each year, the Let's Dance competition at the Dome and putting on our own Christmas shows at the Sallis Benny Theatre.
Brighton and Hove has a strong culture of partnership working. We are part of a dynamic school improvement partnership with other schools across the city and are also an active member of an ambitious teaching school alliance. We value quality teaching that engages pupils and allows them to achieve their academic best.
Click HERE to see our virtual tour of Middle Street Primary.