Headteacher’s Welcome

Welcome to our school website. We hope you find it of some use. I’d personally recommend the ‘How to help at home’ section for parents who want to work in partnership with us to improve their children’s reading, writing and maths skills. You’ll find it in the drop down menu on the ‘Parents’ tab. Our children have created a ‘Kidzone’ section with learning games, activities and puzzles that they‘ve chosen for other children. You’ll find their recommendations in the dropdown menu of ‘Pupils’.

We’re a two form intake school that is proud to serve the communities of Brockmoor, Crestwood and Brierley Hill. At Brockmoor we passionately believe in the development of the whole child so whilst we pay great attention to the academic progress of every pupil we also try to ensure that their happiness and well being are paramount.

In our last OFSTED inspection the care and safety of the children as well as leadership and management were rated as good. The rapid improvements in our Early Years and Key Stage 1 departments were recognised and these improvements are working their way through Key Stage 2.

As head teacher I see my role as to ensure that every child is safe, happy and learning. As a school we focus on making sure that children and their families feel valued and supported. Our aim is to develop key skills in children. We do this by encouraging Brockmoor children to think, question and learn. We want them to be capable, loved and loveable and the work of our Pastoral Care Team ensures that is at the forefront of our thinking.

We’re a growing school with a thriving Nursery. Our Parent Voice is strong and heard, our governors effective in the way they challenge and support the school and we have a teaching staff that I wouldn’t change for the world.

Albert Einstein once said the true sign of intelligence is not knowledge, it’s imagination.

Brockmoor Primary School – Where we imagine a better future.

Mr B Jones – Head Teacher

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