Attendance Policy at Brocklewood Primary
In order for your child to reach their full potential, it’s so important they have a good attendance record at school! Did you know that your child can win prizes for good attendance? Please read the Brocklewood Primary School Attendance policy and find outmore information you might not know!
Be sure to have a look at the outline of the Brocklewood Behaviour Policy. Click on the link to download the file. A full copy of the policy is available on request.
Special Educational Needs (SEN) Policy
At Brocklewood Primary School we uphold an inclusive admission policy which is built on a whole community approach to special needs. This includes staff, governors, parents ad support services working together as a team co-operating, collaborating, and co-ordinating in all that they do so that it produces the best possible education for all children.
Bullying guidance for parents
Brocklewood Primary School does everything possible to ensure that any form of bullying is severely dealt with. If you’re worried that your child is being bullied, please click on the guidance here to find out how to help your child.
What’s on the school curriculum?
Have you ever wondered what’s on the school curriculum? Click on the link to find out what children are learning about at Brocklewood.
Our values in school support and promote the British values as defined in the 2011
Prevent Strategy. The British values are:
The rule of law
Tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs
In school these values are promoted throughout at all times and in all curriculum areas and form a key part of our expectations of children, parents and staff.
School Performance Tables
Find out where Brocklewood stand on the school league tables and view the most recent Ofsted report.
Click here to visit the Ofsted website
Click here to view school performance tables
Please click here to read the admission arrangements for Nottingham City Schools.
Click here to read out about the Charging Policy here at Brocklewood.
Each year the government allocates us a fund called pupil premium. This is to be spent in ways which specifically impact on our disadvantaged pupils-measured by those eligible for free school meals (currently 57% of our pupils). If you would like to see how we are spending our allocation this academic year, please click here.
PE & School Sports Funding
To find out how Brocklewood have been spending the PE & sports funding please visit the PE & Sports page or click here.