On Shrove Tuesday, the pupils and staff in Key Stage 2 organised a ‘Pancake Party’. Throughout the day, classes made their own pancakes and in the afternoon met in the hall to celebrate together. First, pupils and staff practised flipping pancakes. Next, the moment everyone had been waiting for…time to eat! Toppings were liberally applied and some of our pupils, tried pancakes for the very first time. We finished the afternoon by taking part in […]

Please be aware that over the half term period, new parking restrictions have been put into place in Sage Road and Myrtle Close. Some areas have double yellow lines and others have single yellow lines. We are anticipating that West Berkshire will be putting signage up very shortly. Please be aware that NO PARKING or WAITING is allowed between 8.30am to 9.30am and also from 2.30pm and 3.30pm.  

The following has been written by one of our 6th Form students, Paige, about the progress she is making towards getting her dream job of being a Teaching Assistant. Paige read the following piece out to some of the 62 local businesses who have signed up to our Pathway to Employment programme and our Business Network. “Wednesday was a big day for KS4 and 6th Form pupils at Brookfields; it was interview day! As part […]

Although we have only been back at school for just over 6 weeks, when I reflect on this half term, we have been very busy indeed. We welcomed Debbie Mallam in January. Debbie was Assistant Headteacher at Langtree School before joining us at Brookfields School as Deputy Headteacher. Many of you will have already met Debbie when you have visited the school or had an Annual Review. Debbie supports Key Stage 3 and is leading […]

Following the Whole School Council held on the 27th of January 2017, please see the minuets of the meeting below. As with a School Council minuets, the Key Stage representatives report back to their friends. If you have any questions about the School Council at Brookfields School, or Rights Respecting Schools please do not hesitate to contact Sarah Strudley.

We are delighted that the partners at John Lewis in Reading have selected Brookfields to be part of their Community Matters scheme for the next three months (February, March and April). It is very similar to the token collection schemes you may have seen in Waitrose or other retailers where 3 community groups are nominated and, depending on how many tokens are collected for each group, they will each receive a share of £3000. We […]

Your browser is out-of-date!

Update your browser to view this website correctly. Update my browser now

×