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Welcome to Brook Community Primary School

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Brook Primary School is a warm and close-knit community, inspired by our beautiful rural setting in the Wye Downs. 

 

Our small size means that every parent and child is at the centre of what we do. We have amazing outside spaces, and access to even more in the surrounding countryside. We already hold the Bronze Award for Learning Outside the Classroom, and we are aiming for silver or gold this year! 

 

 

 

Brook Community Primary School, established in 1876, is a friendly rural school, very close to Ashford, that currently takes up to 15 children in each year group. There are four classes:

 

Little Acorns – Reception

Saplings – Years 1 and 2

Young Oaks – Years 3 and 4

Mighty Oaks – Years 5 and 6.

 

Our rural village school has a current roll of approximately 90 children.  We are on the edge of Ashford with outstanding views of the Wye Downs and with easy links to Canterbury, London and continental Europe.

 

 

Recent Posts

Magnificent Minibeasts!

This term we have had lots of fun learning about Magnificent Minibeasts. We have found out information from the internet and non-fiction books and we even wrote our own non-fiction books on minibeasts in Literacy. We have made pictures of snails similar to Henri Matisse, made butterfly life cycle collages using pasta, twigs and leaves, painted spider webs using oil pastels and water colours, made honey sandwiches and made different minibeasts using salt dough.   Last week we went on a trip to Wingham Wildlife Park with Big Acorns where we had a talk about minibeasts and we enjoyed walking around the Bug Garden. Then, last Friday, we all dressed up and had an “Ugly Bug Ball”. What a busy term!

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