|The school was built in 1910.
It has seen a great many changes in its time, and has undergone major
building programmes in recent years.
Following the completion of a
new hall and offices in 1996 we added a new library and teaching area in
An adjoining kitchen and
storage area was completed in 2006. A sun canopy was constructed in
2007 to provide shade over the sand pit and adjacent seating area and
our latest addition, Conker Lodge, was installed in Autumn 2008.
The finished effect successfully blends traditional and modern styles
that provide a happy and secure school in which your children can
The non-fiction section of the library is
classified according to the Dewey system, whilst the fiction texts are
attractively displayed to enable easy access for all ages and reading
ability. Our generous stock of books is regularly supplemented by The
Hampshire School Library Service. Library Club meets during the
lunchtime on Wednesdays.
We have our own sports field, known as
'The Acre', and we are able to teach a wide range of sports, as well as
hosting football, netball, and athletics events. We have created an
exciting playground with safe playzones for younger children. The school
hall doubles as a multi-activity gymnasium complete with wallbars and
Broughton School is in a delightful setting, and our award winning
conservation area, with its two ponds and chalk grassland adds to the
rich learning environment.
The children care for the garden as part of their class curriculum work,
during Golden Time and as members of the Gardening club.
In 2006 a willow sculpture was planted on the Acre by the children and
The pond area was
extensively refurbished by the village environmental team in Summer 2011
In April 2012 the school
council planted a 'Jubilee' oak tree to commemorate the Queen's Diamond
Provision for Disabled Pupils
The School provides wheelchair access to the major school entrances and ground
floor accommodation. All children at Broughton School are treated equally under
the school’s admission policy and are encouraged to take part in all activities
to the best of their ability.