Mrs Brown runs Breakfast Club every morning from 7.45am. In addition to providing children with breakfast, she organises a range of activities to keep them busy. This week they used Plasticine to make models, and also made Domino tracks.
One of the unique characteristics of our school is the beautiful setting in which we’re based, surrounded by rolling fields and countryside. We make the most of it by taking part in a whole school walk each July. The weather was kind to us once again this year.
The whole school took part in our annual walk around the village and surrounding areas yesterday, followed by a family picnic at the village hall. This year, with funding for schools being such an issue, we tentatively asked for sponsorship money for the event, and we are so pleased to let you know that £542.45 was raised through this! Thank you so much to parents, family and friends for donating. The funds really will make a difference.
Some of our pupils were chosen to take part in the Kent Challenger Games at The Julie Rose Stadium last week. The aim of the event was to inspire and motivate children to participate in sports and to work as a team. We were very proud of our pupils who, as usual for Brook School, behaved well and showed excellent team spirit. Well done to everyone involved!
Some butterflies fluttered into Brook School today for Fresh Fruit Friday…
Freddie the Frog hopped in just in time for Fresh Fruit Friday today!
The sun shone for our sports day morning and our summer fair in the afternoon, and we hope that everyone had a lovely time. We raised a grand total of £857.28, which is a fantastic amount for such a small school and will make a real difference. Thank you very much to all of the parents who organised the event and to all of you who came to support it and spend your money: it really is appreciated.
We were all too busy having fun to take many photos, but the pictures below show that it wasn’t just the children who had a great time: the staff had a lot of fun too!
The very hungry caterpillars have arrived at Brook just in time for fresh fruit Friday! We hope everyone enjoys their school dinner today.
We’ve all read and heard the news stories about school funding being very tight, and unfortunately the situation at our school is no different, which is why we’re so grateful to everyone who contributes to fundraising efforts.
We’re pleased to let you know that the School Council raised £37.70 from Wacky Hair Day, £69.25 was raised from Brook’s Got Talent, and commission from our recent book fair meant that we could purchase books to the value of £78 to add to our school library.
Many thanks to the parents who organised Brook’s Got Talent and to everyone who has supported us in all of these events.