WELCOME TO OUR SCHOOL.

BROOKLAND IS A VALUES LED SCHOOL, ROOTED IN IT’S CHRISTIAN FOUNDATIONS. STAFF, PUPILS, PARENTS AND GOVERNORS WORK IN PARTNERSHIP TO ENSURE WE ACHIEVE ‘A BRIGHTER FUTURE’ FOR ALL. 

Brookland’s values underpin everything that we do at our school. Our vision – ‘Following in Jesus’ footsteps, we learn to make positive and courageous CHOICES to brighten not only our future but that of others.’ is rooted in the story of Peter Walking on Water. Essentially we look within our community to have the ‘courage to step out of the boat’.

Brookland is a school that is filled with happiness and enjoyment. We build and nurture strong relationships, encouraging children to make positive choices in their lives. Behaviour is excellent and children understand the concept of READY, RESPECTFUL, SAFE.

We know that providing the best possible start helps to ensure lifelong success. This is why we place great emphasis on nurturing children and well-being from day one. If we get this right, children will be more successful.

Our curriculum is based around memorable learning experiences using a concept based learning model. Areas of the curriculum are explored using enquiry questions within the themes of discover, explore, create. Each term an area of the curriculum takes a lead in the learning immersing pupils in exciting projects with beautiful outcomes. We embrace the use of the outdoors, Woodland@Brookland is our version of forest school/outdoor learning.  

If there is anything we can do to help or if you require further information, feel free to get in touch.

We look forward to welcoming you to our Brookland family.

Martin Hacker – Headteacher

Brookland Open Day Video 

Covid-19 Update

Following the latest Government announcement Brookland is now open to all children.

Reception children should arrive at 8.50am and be collected at 3.10pm (Rear entrance)

Key Stage 1 children should arrive at 8.50 and be collected at 3.15pm (Front entrance)

Children in Year 3/4 should arrive at 8.40am and be collected at 3.15pm (Front entrance)

Children in Year 5/6 should arrive at 8.40am and be collected at 3.20pm (Front entrance)

We would encourage all parents wear a face covering at drop off and collection and maintain social distancing, as part of our collective response to help reduce the risk of community transmission.

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Get In Touch

Vicky Wallington
School Secretary
Brookland C.E. Primary School
High Street, Brookland
Romney Marsh, Kent
TN29 9QR

Phone:
(01797) 344317

Email:
office@brookland.kent.sch.uk

Brookland Church of England Primary School

Brookland CE Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.