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The book fair is returning! It will be in the library from Tuesday 23rd – Monday 29th April and at the year 7 parents’ evening. All books are half the lowest marked price, making it an excellent opportunity to stock up with cheap summer reading.

Early close and INSET Day March 21 and 22

Early finish at 12.30 on March 21 for students in Years 7, 8 and 9. There is a full programme of study and revision for students in Years 10 and 11.  Students will finish at either 2.45 or 3.45 depending on their study programme. Extraordinary INSET Day 

Secretary of State For Education Opens The New STEM Centre In Gosport

Secretary of State for Education, Damian Hinds MP, visited Gosport last week for the official opening of the new Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics education centre. That’s Solent TV came along for the ribbon cutting. Based at Bay House Academy Sports Hall, this is the 

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Brune Park School is at an exciting stage of development and improvement, and the school community is growing prouder, more confident and more successful at every stage. We are proud of each of our students and our commitment and drive is for every young person to achieve beyond their expectation, and progress to where they previously had not imagined or thought possible. Our results this August reflect improvements in every team across the school, some fantastic individual student achievements and impressive progress in a number of subjects.

We have worked very hard to secure the improvements we have at the school, and into this academic year we have much work to continue to do.

We have been relentless in our drive to ensure we are fully staffed with colleagues passionate to understand how to release and enable a young person to engage with and enjoy their learning. We are working hard to ensure all our staff are highly skilled in understanding learners’ needs including the wide range of behaviours and strategies that enable us to maximise outcomes for our young people.

Through last academic year we focused energies on what happened in every classroom and in every lesson, and continuing to attract excellent quality staff to the school.

For this academic year we are putting into practice work started last year building the school we would like (based on work with students, staff and parents).

We call these our ‘shared commitment and expectations.’