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Emergency food parcel service – Christ Church & St.John’s the Evangelist

We appreciate that this new lockdown is going to be particularly tough and we will all need a helping hand along the way to get through these tough times. For that reason, Rev Ray and the team at Christchurch and St. John’s want to offer an emergency food parcel service throughout the lockdown for those who need it.

Public Health England Advice

Public Health England Message about COVID19 Public Health England Message advice about excercising  

GFM Welcome DfE Chromebooks and ITV News Record the arrival

The GFM have been working hard to enable all students to have access to IT. The Chromebook scheme has seen a huge number of parents signing up to a Chromebook for their child to use in and out of school. Alongside this, we have been 

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Safeguarding Information

The Personal, Social, Health & Religious Education team along with the Safeguarding team across the GFM have worked collaboratively to produce a number of key documents, designed to help you to look after yourselves and keep each other safe through the Covid 19 pandemic.

Brune Park is a vibrant and energising place to be; we are a school community united by positivity and belief – in each other and in the potential of our school to be truly great.

We remain resolute in our ethos: we want everyone to strive to be the best that they can be, so our expectations of students and staff remain relentlessly high.

As a staff, we want to be at the school, we enjoy working with young people and relish in the challenges of trying to support and enable students to be the best they can be.  We are positive, motivated and driven; we are honest in our reflections, recognise the challenges we face and strive to embrace them head on. In an educational world where much is challenging, and much can be negative we are resolute in being positive, having relentlessly high expectations of ourselves and each other, focusing on collective endeavour, and togetherness and we believe this is how we can transform our school for good.

We recognise where we are and where we want to be.  We recognise the progress we are making but are restless in wanting to hasten to where we want and need to be.

We want every young person to succeed beyond where they may not ever have thought possible, to believe in themselves and what they can achieve.  Through a fantastic school experience we want our young people to grow to love and value learning, develop as well rounded, thoughtful and empathetic adults, to be successful in achieving strong qualifications so they have ‘open doors’ to post 16 study and employment.  We want every young person to feel the positivity and be driven to believe in themselves, in the school and in Gosport.  We want every parent and carer to feel part of their child’s positive school experience, to feel confident and comfortable to work in partnership with the school.

We want everyone in the Brune Park community to be proud to be ‘Brune Park.’

Our improvement priorities are clear:  improving the quality of teaching, and the student experience of learning and progress. We are improving how we assess student’s learning and progress to inform our teaching and we are retaining the focus on improving the breadth and depth of our curriculum – in the classroom and beyond.

We hope you find our website helpful and informative, and that it gives you a flavour of what makes Brune Park Community School so positive, so driven and therefore so special.

 

Kirstie Andrew-Power and Mike Jones

The Headship Team – Brune Park School

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