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To mark the Armistice Centenary, some special events are being planned in Purley on Thames. The programme of activities offers a range of ways in which Purley residents can take part. A programme will be delivered to each household in Purley on Thames by early October and additional details will be available on a supporting webpage on the Parish Council website. A poignant Memorial Trail (self-guided with instructions) will lead residents through the village. Other […]

This term Sulham Class have carried on preparing for our Countryside Competition at Sheepdrove Farm in Lambourne. We have been down to the   Wildlife Area to count frogs, and have seen lots of tadpoles and snails along the way! Jared and Matty went to Kingswood on residential, and came back tired but happy. Matty enjoyed the big swing, and Jared loved all the food. In P.E. this term Sulham Class have been honing their […]

This year, we are focusing on ‘acceptance’ during Autism Awareness Week, and have thus renamed our celebration of all things autism. Acceptance is an important part of the process when our young people are diagnosed with autism, whether it be acceptance of what autism means to the young person themselves or acceptance of how autism may impact the lives of the parents or carers supporting the young person. Acceptance also comes from the community surrounding […]

Brookfields School is OPEN today (19th March 2019). Parents should check with their child’s transport company to see if they are are running today. Please take care on your travels.

Tickets for this years school production, Back to the jungle are now live for you to book   http://ticket.bluecoconutfamily.co.uk   please note there is a maximum number of 4 seats per show per family. if there are still seats available closer to the time we will re-open the bookings and you can book more.   please also note that there are 4 disabled/ pushchair seats available per show. these are not chairs but spaces for […]

The pupils in Black Class have continued to explore the exciting theme based on ‘Dungeons and Dragons’. As part of their work, pupils have explored the book ‘Marmaduke the VERY Different Dragon’ and worked on finding things that are the same and different. Pupils have had a great time developing their tennis skills once a week at Bradfield College where they have been coached by a professional tennis player. Along with tennis, pupils had other opportunities […]

The safety of our pupils and others is of paramount importance to us, not only in terms of their safety on the school site but also their safety travelling to and from school. After very careful consideration of the current weather conditions and the weather forecast over the next 48 hours, we have decided to close the school today, Thursday 1st March 2018 at 1.00pm. The school will also be closed tomorrow, Friday 2nd March 2018. Over […]

You will have heard in the media about the possibility of snow coming our way. As colder weather is forecasted it seems appropriate to remind you of the school procedures in place, and where you can find up to date information, should the school need to close or operate alternative opening hours in the event of bad weather. Wherever possible, I will of course, endeavour to keep the school open. However, there may be occasions […]

Keeping children safe is everyone’s priority. Arlington Business Park in Reading will be holding a FREE internet safety talk for parents on Tuesday 13th March from 12:30-1:30pm. The aim of the training is to  help parents to understand more the world of social media and internet usage that children are now exposed to. The workshop is free to attend and we have free parking on site All you would need to do to attend is sign […]

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