Brookhurst Primary School
A place to think and grow

Parents

Information for Parents

  • Frequently asked questions

    What are the holiday dates for this year? Please see the school term dates or pick up a list from the main reception area in school. How much are school dinners? Dinners cost £2.20 a day. Please see...

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  • The school day

    We operate a bell system at the school to help the children (and staff!) know exactly when each session begins and ends. School Session Times Morning Session Key Stage 1 - 8.55am to 12noon Key Stage 2...

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  • The BSA

    The Parent Teacher’s Association known as the Brookhurst School Association (BSA) works very hard each year to raise a significant amount of money for the school, to provide our children with...

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  • Parents' Forum

    Friday 19th May - 3pm at Brookhurst School Agenda Head teacher Angela Stanton will explain the scope of the funding cuts to education and how this will affect your child at Brookhurst AOB Overview of...

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  • Get involved

    We'd love you to get involved with the school in any capacity you can. Whether it's from helping out by reading in classes, accompanying us on school trips, running a stall at the summer fayre or...

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  • Fundraising

    Schools are expensive places to run and maintain and the budgets we operate within are tight. We rely on fundraising activity by you the parents to provide many of the facilities at the school that...

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  • Appointments Booking System

    We operate a booking system for making appointments for some events. You can access this system at Parent's Evening System Parent's Evenings The booking system is used to book your slot to make...

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  • Help with ParentPay

    What is ParentPay? ParentPay provides secure online payments for schools in over 2,000 primary and secondary schools, nurseries and colleges and is the UK market leader for school ePayments with more...

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  • Requests for paper copies

    If you require a paper copy of any of the information on our website, we will provide this free of charge. Please contact the school office for help with this....

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School policies

  • Uniform policy

    We are proud to wear our uniform at Brookhurst - black or grey trousers or skirt, blue or white polo top with a blue sweatshirt or cardigan with the school logo.  There are 3 places where uniforms...

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  • Behaviour and anti-bullying policy

    At Brookhurst we believe every member of our school community should feel included and supported and that each person should be valued, respected and treated well. We deplore bullying of any kind...

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  • Child protection policy

    At Brookhurst we recognise our responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and are committed to keeping young people safe in an environment conducive to their educational...

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  • Curriculum policy

    Our curriculum forms the basis for our pupils' learning and their experiences during their time at Brookhurst. We are proud that our curriculum goes beyond the requirements of the National Curriculum...

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  • Drug education policy

    At Brookhurst we aim to provide opportunities for pupils to increase their knowledge and understanding of the risks and consequences of drugs - both illegal and legal - and appreciate the benefits of...

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  • E-safety policy

    At Brookhurst we aim to educate pupils about the benefits and risks of using technology and electronic communications, including the internet and mobile phones. Our e-safety policy highlights the...

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  • Feedback for learning policy

    Feedback is an important and valued part of the learning, teaching and assessment cycle at Brookhurst Primary School. Effective feedback clearly tells the learners what they have done well and how...

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  • Gender equality scheme

    Brookhurst Primary Shcool is committed to gender equality. Under the Gender Equality Duty, all schools have a general duty to: Eliminate unlawful discrimination and harassment Promote equality between...

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  • Home learning policy

    At Brookhurst we believe that education is a partnership between pupils, parents and school. If the children are working to their full potential in school hours, then a corresponding amount of...

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  • Public interest disclosure policy

    (Incorporating anti-bribery statement) The model policy applicable to all community and voluntary controlled schools (where Warwickshire County Council is the employer) and voluntary aided, foundation...

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  • Race equality policy

    Brookhurst Primary School is an inclusive school that aims to be successful in raising the attainment of all pupils. To do this we must be successful in delivering race equality. We are committed...

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  • SEN and disability support policy

    We are proud of the rich diversity of our school community here at Brookhurst. All pupils and staff are valued, cared for, listened to and challenged to be the best they can be. We are therefore...

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Policies for guardians

  • Young carers policy

    At Brookhurst we believe that all children and young people have the right to an education regardless of what is happening at home. When a child looks after someone in their family with a history of...

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  • Admissions policy

    The governing body of Brookhurst Primary School applies the regulations on admissions fairly and equally to all those who wish to attend this school. The School Standards and Framework Act 1998...

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  • Attendance policy

    The school’s policy on attendance is governed by Warwickshire’s Attendance Compliance Enforcement Service. We expect all children on roll to attend every day, when the school is in session, as...

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  • Charging policy

    At Brookhurst all education during school hours is free. We do not charge for any activity undertaken as part of the National Curriculum. We do, however, either make a charge or request voluntary...

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  • Complaints policy

    Here at Brookhurst we believe that we provide a good education for all our children. We are pleased with the positive relationships that have been built and maintained with our parents. However, we...

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  • Holidays in term time policy

    The school's policy on holidays in term time is governed by Warwickshire's Attendance Compliance Enforcement Service. Below is an extract from the Attendance Policy concerning leave of absence:...

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  • Out of School Club policies

    The Out of School Club offers out-of-hours care for pupils during term time and playschemes during school holidays for any four- to 12-year-old. We are committed to providing the highest possible...

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  • Photographic and video images policy

    Here at Brookhurst, we believe that there are many occasions when it is right to use photographs and videos that include children. This is perfectly proper and to be encouraged. However, we will do...

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  • Privacy policy for pupils

    Brookhurst Primary School is a data controller for the purposes of the Data Protection Act. We collect information from pupils and may receive information about pupils from previous schools and the...

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  • Snow and bad weather policy

    In the event of bad weather we shall endeavour to make any decisions on the closure of the school by 7.30am. In the event of closure we will send a group text to all parents for which we have a mobile...

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