Welcome to Brook House Junior School!

Headteacher's Welcome

Welcome to Brook House Junior School. I hope this website proves to be helpful and informative. If you are visiting this website for the first time I hope that you find it gives you a feel for the vibrant and exciting school we believe Brook House Junior School to be.

Our school provides the children with a broad and balanced curriculum which is supplemented by many additional activities including opportunites to play a musical instrument, sports teams, a range of clubs on offer, residential visits from Year 5 and opportunities for every child to perform in drama productions every year.

The school aims to develop the whole child within an environment which is caring, calm, purposeful and happy and one which respects others and recognises individual needs.

If you would like to visit our school please don't hesitate to contact us to make an appointment. I look forward to meeting you.

Mark Hinchliff  Headteacher


Latest News from Brook House ...

Sparkle and Shine - 16 September 2019.

Every Tuesday afternoon we invite parents, grandparents and families to come along to celebrate their children's achievements in our whole-school "Sparkle & Shine" assembly.

See this week's achievers on our Sparkle & Shine page.

Trophy Roll of Honour 2019

Once again, we have celebrated the achievements of Brook House pupils in our end of year Trophy Assembly.

See this year's Trophy Roll of Honour on our Trophy Assemblies page.

Well done to all our superstars!


BHGT

Our BHGT Talent Show was a huge success and there was an outstanding amount of talented acts performing.

Our overall winners were Eliza Hunter and Neeve Hector for their comedy sketch.

See more on our News from Brook House page.


Sports Day

Our annual sports day was a fantastic success with children doing a range of fun activities in which to score points for their house team.

Well done to Welbeck who were the overall winning team.

See more on our News from Brook House page.


Open Afternoons

This term we have held open afternoons within school. This has been an opportunity for parents to attend a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) lesson. These lesson have been enjoyed by the children and parents alike.

See more on our Year 6 Yeargroup page.


Master Builders

As a reward for Clumber winning the termly house point competition, Michael, a Lego enthusiast visited school for the afternoon. The aim of the session was to create a skyscraper for Sheffield.

See more on our News from Brook House page.