Brookfield is an aspirational, vibrant learning community and we are very proud of our students’ achievements, both in the classroom and beyond.
As parents and carers, you will want your child to make good progress in a secure and supportive environment. Brookfield is a large school so it has been especially important that we have put into place the structures and systems that ensure that each child has a sense of belonging, experiences high quality teaching and learning, and is offered a curriculum that addresses his or her needs.
The House System provides small ‘family’ groupings, while our emphasis on quality learning and teachers’ focus on the progress of each student have raised standards throughout the school. It is our responsibility to equip students for the next phase of their learning and employment.
The vertical tutor groups play a central role in our pastoral care and student development at Brookfield. The school is organised into seven Houses each containing 250 students (50 from each year group). Each House has eleven tutor groups which are arranged vertically, with 4 or 5 students from each year represented in each vertical tutor group
We are proud to say that last summer, as in previous years, all our Year 11 students left Brookfield having gained a college place, apprenticeship or secured employment. Comments from the college staff recognised the ‘well roundedness’ of our students; their confidence, resilience and wide range of abilities.
We look forward to welcoming your child to Brookfield Community School.