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The unique triangular junction between the two canals has two bridges made at Horseley Ironworks carrying the towpath over the canal. This was not the original meeting point of the Grand Junction and Oxford Canals: the junction was moved in the course of improvements to the Oxford Canal in the 1830s, prior to which the junction was near where the marina is today, and where a third Horseley Ironworks bridge can be seen.

This is the full-time equivalent number of all qualified & unqualified classroom and leadership group teachers with a contract of one month or longer working in the school

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This is the actual number of all full & part-time school support staff (eg bursars, secretaries, IT technicians etc) with a contract of one month or longer working in the school. It excludes auxiliary staff such as premises staff and catering staff

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The canals are no longer used for carrying freight, but are now used mostly by pleasure boats. Braunston has a marina filled with these pleasure boats and is usually quite busy.

Otherwise known as the "Cathedral of the Canals", it has existed since the early 13th century. However, the land on which is stands has been sacred for longer still, as it was used as an ancient tumulus for the local farmsteads as early as the 10th century, although little evidence to this time is available.

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Today the church still provides regular services to the area, and often allows visitors to tour the ancient grounds, on non-service days. Several relics have been kept by the church since its original incarnation, such as:

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From the marina, six locks carry the Grand Union Canal up to Braunston Tunnel, some 2,049 yards (1,874 m) long.

The census covered all teachers with a contract of 28 days or more, as well as all teaching assistants and other support staff members employed directly by the school. It did not collect data from direct grant nurseries, independent schools, non-maintained special and general hospital schools.

This is the mean FTE gross salary of all teachers with a contract of one month or longer working in the school. This is a change from previous years to include part-time and unqualified teachers which better reflects average teacher salary.

Percentage of possible mornings or afternoons recorded as an absence from school for whatever reason, whether authorised or unauthorised, across the full academic year.

Braunston's main claims to fame are its canal and church.

Nearby is the small hamlet of Little Braunston. Also close to the village are the three lost settlements of Braunston Cleves or Fawcliff, Braunstonbury and Wolfhampcote.[9]

Most pupils should reach at least level 4 in each subject.

The village thrived for over 150 years on the canal trade[7] - carrying goods from the Midlands to London. Now it is a centre for leisure activities and boasts by far and away the busiest stretch of canal anywhere in the country.

The canal alongside Braunston is a junction between the Oxford Canal and the Grand Union Canal, which was once an important part of the national transport system. Many former boating families have links to Braunston, the churchyard in the village having many graves of boatmen and women.

Braunston is categorised by the Office for National Statistics as Suburbs and Small Towns: Suburbs[2] There are 776 households in the village.

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This School Guide heat map has been plotted using official pupil data taken from the last School Census collected by the Department for Education. It is a visualisation of where pupils lived at the time of the last School Census (released annually in July).

Data for all pupils at the school during the 2014 to 2015 academic year.

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This is the full-time equivalent number of all school support staff (eg bursars, secretaries, IT technicians etc) with a contract of one month or longer working in the school. It excludes auxiliary staff such as premises staff and catering staff

The average of the points score for all pupils at the end of key stage 2, based on teacher assessment for writing and test results in reading and maths

Data was collected from local authority maintained nursery schools, primary schools, secondary schools, special schools as well as city technology colleges, academies (including free schools) and pupil referral units.

This is the full-time equivalent number of all teaching assistants (inc. higher level teaching assistants and other staff employed to provide classroom support) with a contract of one month or longer working in the school

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