History

The buildings of Brickhill Primary School were built in 1960's as part of the growing neighbourhood known as the 'Birds area'. The school was then called Brickhill County Infants School and had its official opening day was on Thursday 5th October 1961. However,  the school opened to children on  6th September 1960 at 9.00am with 64 children on roll. It consisted of three classes, one of which was a Reception Class. The first Headteacher of the school was Miss Kathleen Derbyshire.

In 1993 the adjoining Brickhill Middle School merged with Parkwood School  to form Beauchamp Middle School. The surrounding area was then sold for housing development. The school, now a lower school, retained a large playing field, several playgrounds and an environmental garden.

In 2010  the school,  celebrated its 50th  anniversary with a huge pageant held at the Brickhill Baptist Church.

Years later, as the Brickhill Parish community grew so did the number of children on roll. In addition, in 2017, the structure of the school system within the borough altered, changing the school's age range to Primary (4-11 year olds).

The school now have just under 300 children, 1 class in reception and 2 classes per year group up to year 5.