‘The Brockley Way – Only My Best is Good Enough’
In accordance with COVID-19 restrictions; as of Tuesday 5th January 2021 school is open to Critical Worker and Vulnerable Children.
All children will be taught via our
Remote & Blended Policies.
Remote/Blended Learning and Brockley Primary School
Updated January 2021
As a school, we are ready and prepared to deliver remote learning for our children should the need arise in this academic year.
From September 2020, any child who needs to self-isolate will receive access to remote learning provision. This will also apply to any ‘bubbles’ forced to close in the event of infection and exposure in school.
As of Tuesday 5th January all schools moved to remote and blended learning for pupils not eligible to attend. The information in this section gives details of the provision Brockley Primary School has made for these children.
Every parent in school has access to a SeeSaw and Dojo account.
This is where classteachers will upload work for children to complete daily. It also provides an interactive platform so that every child can receive feedback directly from their class teacher about their work, in order to move their learning on.
We appreciate that not all families have access to the internet or devices to complete learning on and as a school we will do all we can to support and provide the hardware and device required. In some cases, work and resources will be sent home for families to access practically – this will be discussed with individual families and children.
Downloadable copies of planning will be emailed weekly, so that parents and carers can work straight from these if they wish. Paper based packs will also be provided weekly and available for collection from the school office.
There is an expectation that all work set comes back to class teachers for marking. If families are not working remotely then collection of work may be be arranged.
As a school we also use Facebook, Messenger and Eduspot to communicate with our community.
Please click on the links below for specific information and guidance:
The Coronavirus Act 2020 Provision of Remote Education (England) Temporary Continuity Direction – Explanatory Note (publishing.service.gov.uk)
Access to devices – How we can help
How to get in touch or find something
Visit our webpage: www.brockley.derbyshire.sch.uk
Follow school on FaceBook and use Messenger: https://www.facebook.com/brockley.headteacher.5
Our address is: Brockley Primary School
Telephone: 01246 – 823344
Contact your teacher via Dojo or SeeSaw
Safeguarding and Child Protection has been updated in accordance with the Governments Covid-19 guidance and is available via our policies page.
Brockley Primary School’s
COVID-19 Risk Assessment has been updated throughout the autumn term 2020. The most recent copy can be found via this link:
Brockley Primary School is proud to be an
Attachment Aware School
Brockley Primary School is a safe, welcoming and nurturing school that offers a sense of belonging. We are a growing and improving school and we pride ourselves that we know each and every child inside out. We do our best to help each child find their strengths and talents so that they will flourish and be challenged.
Our school motto ‘The Brockley Way – Only my best is good enough’ is at the heart of our philosophy; we support this through nurturing pupils’ creativity, encouraging independent thinking and learning and showing that failure can be a learning opportunity.
We work closely with our families to ensure that all children achieve their potential across our community, having relentlessly high expectations of ourselves and others.
We are innovative, aspirational and consistent in our holistic approach, constantly reflecting on our practice. We try to make learning creative, stimulating, inclusive and fun with lots of challenge, setting ambitious goals for the future.
We offer our children a vast range of opportunities to light the spark of their learning, giving them the skills and tools they need to take off and fly!
We believe working collaboratively with other schools is extremely beneficial as it helps our staff reflect and adapt their practice, so that we improve our school’s approach to teaching and learning – which leads to improved outcomes for our children. Working in this way also provides a platform where we can share and celebrate what we are good at too.
‘The Bolsover Excellence Schools Trust – BEST‘ is one of the collaborations we are part of. This collaboration consists of 10 geographically local schools working together within a set of shared values, principles and purposes. As a collective we challenge and support our schools within the trust, on their journey to excellence through an agreed Memorandum of Understanding and a robust action plan based on an external review of data and school performance as both individuals and as a collective.
Thank you for visiting our school website. You may be doing this to learn a little more about the school and our offer to pupils. You may wish to check term dates for 2019-2020, the latest news or curriculum content or take a look at our June 2019 Ofsted report when we were judged ‘Good’ in all areas or perhaps review our performance data which is in the ‘Performance Tables’ section. All of this information and so much more, including news and galleries of our most recent events are located on this website which we hope you will enjoy navigating!
I hope that our website will inspire new parents to visit Brockley Primary School, as I am always happy to show visitors the work of our school.
Mrs Caroline Rodgers Headteacher/SenCo
‘The Brockley Blog’
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Mixed Age Classes at
Brockley Primary School
Brockley’s Latest OFSTED Report
We are delighted to share with you the judgements from out recent OFSTED visit. Click here: Report June 2019
The way in which we offer advice and support to our lovely families at Brockley is changing and from May 2019 we will be working with P4YP. Please read the document below to find out more. Any questions please get in touch.
We are delighted to have achieved the YST Silver Quality Award 2018-2020.
Follow this link to find out more – https://www.youthsporttrust.org/
Brockley Primary School needs you to be a School Governor
Our school needs Governors who:
✓Are interested in the well being of children.
✓Bring appropriate skills and experience.…
✓Will commit time and energy to the work of the Governing Body.
✓Will visit the school occasionally during the working day.
✓Will work as part of a team.
✓Will attend training.
✓Will work for the benefit of the school as a whole and uphold it’s values.
The key task for governing bodies is to promote high standards of educational achievement.
Governing bodies work in partnership with the head teacher and staff of their schools and with the Local Authority. Support is available to ensure that governors have the necessary skills and knowledge. Once appointed, governors have access to a comprehensive programme of training and guidance.
If you are interested and want to know more, please contact the school on 01246 823344 or firstname.lastname@example.org