Community Partners

 In September 2007 we successfully secured status as a Specialist School in Special Educational Needs (SEN). Our specialism is ‘Cognition and Learning’ and the extra funding this provided, has allowed us to develop many exciting projects to benefit both the pupils at Brookfields School as well as our local Community-Partners-Hands-roundcommunity. The projects have continued to grow and we continually add to them.

To support our initiatives and to enhance the opportunities for pupils, we have put in to place a range of resources – we have a brand new state-of-the-art drama studio; a specialist literacy assistant to develop pupils reading skills; a woodwork technician to work alongside pupils to assist them with Brookfields Enterprise Education; an aroma therapist, music therpasit and masseur for pupils with complex needs; a specialist numeracy assistant to enhance the teaching of maths and numeracy skills.

Brookfields School is proud to be connected with a range of community partners, businesses and other outstanding schools both in the UK and aboard . A large part of our work is to offer our services and expertise in the area of SEN both locally and nationally. We offer a wide range of training courses and consultancy in many areas of SEN such as raising disability awareness in local businesses and schools.

Our Partners

  • Denefield School
  • Theale Green Community School
  • Downsway Primary School
  • Westwood Farm Junior School
  • Reading College
  • BCA
  • Newbury College
  • Parents and carers of children and young people with SEN
  • Microsoft
  • The Royal Berkshire Hospital
  • Talentino!
  • Ways into Work Supported Employment
  • Adviza
  • Local business, small, medium and large
  • Oak Fields School (Nottingham), Bettridge School (Cheltenham), Briarwood School (Bristol), Addington School (Woodley)
  • Project SEARCH UK and Project SEARCH USA
  • MOVE Partnership
  • Parent2Parent
  • West Berkshire Children’s Centres
  • Berkshire Autistic Society
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