Welcome

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At Brook House Primary School, we believe that all children and students have a right to an excellent education in order to give them the best life chances irrespective of race, colour, creed or circumstance. 

We have high aspirations for our children, staff and communities. 

At the heart of Brook House is a dedicated team of staff committed to being part of a school that is equipped to enable all staff and students to make outstanding progress. We believe that obstacles and barriers, both real and perceived, can be overcome by clear, strategic and targeted support that creates culture change based on sharing good and outstanding practice, collegiality, and a relentless pursuit of excellence. This underpins our high expectations and actions, and drives all the staff to provide opportunities for our children to reach the highest possible levels of attainment and achieve exceptionally well in all walks of life.

We believe that outstanding teaching and learning must be central to every decision made and every development introduced. 

We are an inclusive, caring school where every child matters. We recognise that all children have talents and abilities to celebrate, and part of our role is to help children to discover these. We challenge and develop our pupils to become curious, autonomous learners who are inspired and stimulated by a rich and varied curriculum that is appropriate to their individual needs. We develop our children’s learning skills and, by setting high expectations and exacting standards, we prepare our children to flourish and have high self-esteem and self-belief.

Although we work within the organisation of an Academy Trust, Brook House Primary School will always be a ‘community’ school. We aim to work closely with our parents, other schools and organisations, building partnerships that benefit not only our children but others in the wider community, both on a local, national and global level.

We expect our children to leave Brook House being the best independent learners they can be.

Aaron Wright
Head of School