"Children enjoy the lively curriculum and achieve well" - Ofsted 2018
Sunday, 20 October
Telephone Number of School 01983 402403
Fact File
Parents Info

Broadlea Values

Information on our school values.

Staff and Governors of our school.

Information on the school staffing structure.

Information on the governors of our school.

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Governor meeting attendance previous academic year.

The governors of the school are responsible for the overall running of the school and there are elected parents on the board of governors. If there is something that should be raised through the governors, please feel free to contact them.

A community school.

  • Caters for pupils from 4-11 years of age.
  • Co-educational – boys and girls.
  • Admissions through Isle of Wight Council.
  • Maximum possible number on roll – 420.
  • Two mixed ability classes in each year group.
  • Daily collective worship ( non-denominational in approach).

Are you thinking of joining us in reception?

A child whose birthday falls during the school year will be admitted at the beginning of the autumn term. Applications for admissions should be made through County Hall. Application forms can be down loaded by following the link: Application Form.

Before you join us:

Come and visit us, tour the school and meet the teachers.

If your child is due to join us in September then an appointment will be made in the term before to visit the school and complete pre-entry forms.

Children will be invited to two "Stay and Play" visits in the summer term.


We recognise that Broadlea Primary School has a clear duty (upheld by law) to ensure arrangements are in place for safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety of our children; and that only children free from physical and emotional harm will develop to realise their full potential and entitlement.


Broadlea Primary School provides a diverse, balanced and relevant approach to the use of technology. Children are encouraged to maximise the benefits and opportunities that technology has to offer. We ensure that children learn in an environment where security measures are balanced appropriately with the need to learn effectively.

Statement on Safeguarding and eSafety

Why special educational needs is so important to us as a school.

The Isle of Wight Council is committed to giving all children and young people high quality education that enables them to make progress and achieve well. For children and young people aged 0 to 25 with special educational needs or a disability, additional or specialist support may be needed to enable this. To support the process of identifying the range of provision and advice that is available, the Isle of Wight Local Authority have published a local offer. For more information about the Local Offer please use the following link: Isle of Wight Council Local Offer.

At Broadlea we believe very strongly that all children are entitled to a good education. We support a range of pupils with special needs. We consult with parents and draw up Individual Education Plans for all children who are identified as having special educational needs.

We also have a Resourced Provision for children who are on the Autistic Spectrum. The emphasis is on providing inclusion within the mainstream school and curriculum as far as possible, with additional support provided mostly in mainstream classes, although some individual and small group teaching is provided where necessary.

Admission to the Resourced Provision is controlled by the Local Authority.

Berry Hill Childcare:

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Download our prospectus for Berry Hill Childcare here.

School Association:

As a parent of a child in the school you automatically become a member of the School Association and we would be happy to welcome you to the meetings and organised events. Everything the School Association does is to benefit your child and enhance their experiences whilst at Broadlea. We can’t work without your support. Watch the newsletter for details of meetings and events.

Parent Volunteers:

We welcome parent volunteers on trips, visits and help within the classroom setting. Regular volunteers will need to undergo an Enhanced Criminal Record Check.

At Broadlea we are a community of learners and like any community we have common sense rules in order to ensure the safety and well being of all members.

About our staff

About our school and staff

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There are no vacancies at present