How to contact us

The best form of contact to a member of staff in school is by email.

Your child’s planner will have the names of each of their subject teachers, and their Tutor on your child’s timetable.

The email addresses at the school are: initialsurname@brunepark.gfmat.org

So for example, John Smith will be: jsmith@brunepark.gfmat.org

We encourage parents and carers to email subject teachers directly with any questions or queries, staff at the school will endeavour to respond to you as soon as they can.  Often teachers and staff will be teaching and in meetings or training from about 8.00 to around 4.00 each day which is why they sometimes will not get back to you until the early evening or the following day.

We have a phone system in school that is unsophisticated – email is much more reliable.

The list of subject leads are below – it may be helpful to copy then into your email to a teacher if you have not had a response within 24 hours, so they can assist with the prompt follow up.

Subject Leader/s to contact Email
Maths Kebe Iwara kiwara@
English Claire Richards
Mike Paxton
Mikaela Milne
clrichards@
mpaxton@
mmilne@
Science Liz Hillawi

Tracey Duddington

ehillawi@

tduddington@

History Lucy Colebourn
Tom Morgan
lcolebourn@
tmorgan@
Geography Chris Lewis
Tom Morgan
clewis@
tmorgan@
Languages Jo Duff jduff@
Dance Ellie Archer
Caroline Bintley
earcher@
cbintley@
Drama Pam Ritchie
Caroline Bintley
pritchie@
cbintley@
Music Kathy Davies
Caroline Bintley
kdavies@
cbintley@
Art
Design Technology
Kerry Bramley kbramley@
Food Education Rachel Gregory
Kerry Bramley
rgregory@
kbramley@
PE Ashley Cole acole@
Citizenship Your child’s tutor

We recognise the value to the students of the family and the school working in partnership.  The best way we can support your child is working with them alongside you. We know there will be times when we will call on your support, and times that you will need to call on our support.  Working together we can support your child know to share successes and talk through worries or concerns.

A young person who talks things through, and seeks input and support from the adults around them is building their own self-confidence and self-belief, and the resilience and determination in order to enjoy life and manage the challenges that life brings.

We are working hard to ‘model’ for young people positivity, belief, high aspirations – so that we can support our young people become successful, happy and positive adults.   When the adults around the young person are doing this whether it is at home, at school, through clubs or activities they are involved in out of school – the benefits to the young person are significant.

Brune Park Community School

Military Road, Gosport
Hampshire
PO12 3BU

Telephone: (023) 9261 6000
Email: enquiries@brunepark.gfmat.org

The Headship team at Brune Park is:
Kirstie Andrew-Power (Head Teacher)
Mike Jones (Associate Head Teacher)

Chair of the Secondary Local Governing Committee (LGC):
Jean Morgan
GFM Education

CEO of the Multi Academy Trust:

Ian Potter (CEO)

GFM Education

Multi-Academy Trust Address:
GFM Education
Bay House School & Sixth Form
Gomer Lane
Alverstoke
Gosport
PO12 2QP
Tel: (023) 9258 7931

Contact Info
  • Brune Park Community School, Military Road, Gosport PO12 3BU
  • (023) 9261 6000
  • enquiries@brunepark.gfmat.org