Brigg Primary are wanting to alert local parents that they have extended their nursery provision.

Welcome to the Foundation Unit – Nursery and Reception

The Early Years Foundation Stage comprises of Nursery and Reception and children can spend up to two years and two terms within our unit, depending on when they begin their time at Brigg Primary School.

Children in Nursery can access up to 30 hours flexible provision with us and can start in our Nursery, the term after they turn 3. Some children share their 30 hours funding between both our provision and other local providers.

For more information on how to enrol your child in our Foundation Unit, please contact the school office, either in person or by telephone on 01652 652155.   If you would like to check if you are eligible for the 30 hours funding, please click the link:

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A Big Thankyou from The Rotary Club of Brigg

  A Big Thankyou from The Rotary Club of Brigg

Our Purple4Polio campaign has really been successful due to the generosity of our local Brigg and village Councils , businesses and the people of Brigg and surrounding areas. We sold 22,000 crocus corms and were able to raise £2340 which all has gone to buy polio vaccinations. It is important to recognise your generosity and hard work as the purple crocuses begin to flower on the verges and grass areas around our area. We also say how grateful we are to Brigg ATC, Brigg Leaders, Scouts, cubs, St Marys, Brigg Methodist Church, local families, Brigg in Bloom, and friends  who helped plant them on a very wet October Saturday morning alongside Brigg Rotarians. The following are those who made it possible:

The Councils of Brigg, Kirton, Elsham, Whitton,  Hibaldstow, Worlaby, Saxby, Bank Hairdressing, Lovelle Estate Agency, Dents our local NISA shop, Riverside Surgery, Brigg Primary, Brigg Town Business Partnership, The Deli & Diner, Liam Liddy Developments, St Mary’s Church, Brigg Methodist Church, China Garden, A & F Carpets, Peacock & Binnington, Brigg Angels WI, Memorial Garage, Lincolnshire Garage, Wallheads Men’s Outfitters and TESCOs. There were so many individual people who bought and planted them too.

We are so close to eradicating polio in the world. As of this month there are only 47 cases world wide but we need to keep on vaccinating for, at least, three years and in that time there are no more cases to say we have finally stopped polio in the world. We are so close and we hope that you will help continue our work to do this.

The concusses are purple because when we vaccinate the children we dip their finger into a purple dye. Before we leave the village we get all of the children together and ask them to wave at us so that we can see who we have missed!