Welcome to Brooke Primary Academy

I would like to say a very warm welcome and thank you for taking the time to look at our website.

I am delighted to have this opportunity to tell you about the academy and hope it will give you an insight into the wide range of opportunities offered to every pupil.

If there is any more information you need then please do not hesitate to get in touch and make an appointment to come and visit the staff and children in the academy.

At Brooke Primary Academy, we aim to provide the very highest standards of education. All the staff have high expectations and work closely together to ensure each child achieves their full potential.

We aim to provide the children, staff and visitors with a safe, warm and welcoming environment; one in which relationships can be fostered and learning can be loved.

At our academy, we encourage the development of independence, respect, ambition, enthusiasm, kindness and confidence. We also emphasise the importance of caring, sharing and learning to work and play together. These are skills and attitudes which are important throughout life and will equip our children to be respectful and responsible members of a community.

Obviously, the school is only part of a child’s education. The staff recognise that it is imperative to involve parents and carers with the process of learning. We actively encourage a partnership between home and school. I strongly believe in an ‘open-door’ policy and encourage parents to come in and ask questions, raise concerns or to simply up-date us with information.

We all want the best for the children of Brooke Primary Academy and by working together we can ensure this happens.

  • Mrs Sarah Hall – Executive Head Teacher

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At Brooke Primary Academy, we believe our little ones today are the bright future of tomorrow. Our engaging curriculum sparks each child's imagination, nurturing a love for learning without limits. We create a warm, supportive environment where your child will feel safe, secure, and happy, fostering positive and respectful relationships with others.

With our caring approach, every child will thrive and grow into the best version of themselves, making amazing progress from their starting points. Our goal is to help your future pioneers become independent, enthusiastic citizens with big dreams and ambitions, ready for the adventures of life ahead.

Come see how we inspire the next generation at Brooke Primary Academy! 🌈✨ #earlyyears #BrightFuture #brookeprimaryacademy
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Awww, what a gorgeous video! Xx

Brilliant!

Karen Holloway how cute it this !

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We are seeking to appoint an Achievement Support Assistant at Brooke Primary Academy in Doncaster, starting 1.9.2024

The successful applicant could be allocated to a range of positions including in early years foundation stage or our SEMH provision. Please ensure that your preferences and strengths are clearly outlined on your application form.

You will be highly organised with the ability to:
• Work well under the supervision of the teacher.
• Motivate and develop the children in your care
• Be passionate about seeing young people succeed.

We can offer you:
• A supportive working environment.
• A commitment to professional development.
• An opportunity to work with a dynamic team.

This is an exciting post!

Contact 01405 812200
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We are seeking to appoint an Achievement Support Assistant at Brooke Primary Academy in Doncaster, starting 1.9.2024

The successful applicant could be allocated to a range of positions including in early years foundation stage or our SEMH provision. Please ensure that your preferences and strengths are clearly outlined on your application form.

You will be highly organised with the ability to:
• Work well under the supervision of the teacher.
• Motivate and develop the children in your care
• Be passionate about seeing young people succeed.

We can offer you:
• A supportive working environment.
• A commitment to professional development.
• An opportunity to work with a dynamic team.

This is an exciting post!

Contact 01405 812200

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What a fantastic school trip F2 have had today! A big thank you to Rachel and everyone at Field View for another super year!Image attachmentImage attachment

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Are there any more photos please x

Community Day Football Game
£15 for up to 2 adults and 3 children. This covers the Belles game and lots of free activities pre-game, including a climbing wall.
Use the code BROOKE2024 to access the offer.
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Community Day Football Game 
£15 for up to 2 adults and 3 children. This covers the Belles game and lots of free activities pre-game, including a climbing wall.
Use the code BROOKE2024 to access the offer.

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Safeguarding: The school has effective safeguarding arrangements, creating an open and positive culture that prioritises pupils’ interests.

Curriculum and Learning: The curriculum is well-considered, building on previous learning to deepen understanding. While assessment systems need improvement, the school’s overall approach helps in identifying and supporting pupils’ needs.

Early Years Provision: The early years setting promotes positive relationships and collaboration among children. Adults model effective communication and use assessment well to engage children in their learning.

Extracurricular Activities: There is a wide range of clubs available, such as football, rugby, forest school, and choir, which help develop pupils’ talents and interests.

Support for SEND: The school effectively identifies and supports pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND), involving parents in the assessment process and adapting lessons to help these pupils build new knowledge.

Overall Effectiveness: The school is rated “Good” in all categories, including quality of education, behaviour and attitudes, personal development, leadership and management, and early years provision.

School Environment: The academy is described as a warm and welcoming place where pupils feel safe and happy. Respectful and positive relationships are central to the school’s environment.

High Expectations and Progress: The school sets high expectations for all pupils, which are being met. Parents appreciate the support and information provided by the staff and are pleased with the progress their children make.

Anti-Bullying: Pupils respect each other, believe in the school’s values, and feel confident that any issues, including bullying, would be resolved quickly by adults.

Positive Behaviour: Changes in how behaviour is managed have helped pupils reflect on their feelings and make better choices. This has resulted in positive behaviour during lessons and playtimes.

Reading and Phonics: The school is committed to ensuring all pupils learn to read. Effective training and support for teachers, along with appropriate reading materials and catch-up sessions, help pupils read accurately and confidently.

Promotion of Values: Pupils learn about diversity and British values through various activities and demonstrate positive attitudes and respect for others. The school also encourages community involvement, such as the choir singing in residential homes and helping at the local food bank.

Governance and Leadership: Trustees and governors are skilled and committed, regularly visiting the school and maintaining an accurate picture of its operations to ensure continued improvement.