Brooklands Primary School
Greenwich, United Kingdom
About Brooklands Primary School
Located in Greenwich, south London, Brooklands Primary School is a co-educational primary school of average size, with around 250 pupils aged 3-11. In keeping with its local community, the school has an extremely diverse student intake, both culturally and economically. Brooklands Primary Schools converted to academy status in 2016, and works closely with a number of other local primaries in order to improve provision and share best practice. Brooklands is also part of the Working Together Group, a small grouping of local primary schools sharing similar aims.
Ms Siobhan Adams
Values and Vision
Brooklands Primary School works hard to foster a strong sense of community and among its pupils, encouraging them to have respect for themselves and others. To this end, the school offers a wide range of extra-curricular activities and after-school clubs in order to help further their personal development. The curriculum at Brooklands is designed to be relevant and engaging, with a wide range of different subjects for pupils to gain experience of.
“Children join the school with a range of skills and capabilities that are generally below those expected for their age. All groups of pupils, including pupils from minority ethnic backgrounds, disabled pupils and those with special educational needs, make outstanding gains in their learning, reaching above average standards in Year 6. Pupils’ attainment in reading by the end of Key Stage 1, and in reading overall by the time they leave the school, is above average.”