Parents' Area

School Prospectus

Our school prospectus is available to download:

Prospectus 2019/20

School Policies

All of our School Policies and Key Documents can be downloaded from:

Policies & Documents

Ofsted Report

We were last inspected in November 2019.

Our latest Section 8 (Short) Ofsted Report: Ofsted Report 2019.

Our last Section 5 (Full) Ofsted Report: Ofsted Report 2016.

Previous reports can be viewed on the Ofsted website.

Or you can see our highlights from our 2016 report here.

Parent View

Parents can register their views of the school with OFSTED at Parentview.

The Guide for Parents explains the inspection process.

More information can be found on this Ofsted Leaflet and Poster.

Term Dates / School Holidays - Academic Year 2019/2020

Term Dates From To  
Autumn Term Monday 02 September Friday 20 December
Spring term Monday 06 January Friday 27 March
Summer Term Tuesday 14 April Tuesday 21 July
Holiday Periods From To  
Autumn Half Term Monday 28 October Friday 01 November
Christmas Monday 23 December Friday 03 January
Spring Half Term Monday 17 February Friday 21 February
Easter Monday 30 March Monday 13 April
May Day / VE Day Friday 08 May  
Spring Bank Monday 25 May Friday 29 May
Summer Wednesday 22 July ---
Inset Days School Closed:    
  Monday 02 September 2019  
  Friday 25 October 2019
  Monday 01 June 2020
  Monday 20 July 2020
  Tuesday 21 July 2020

Alternatively, you can download the Termdates 2019/20 (.pdf format).

Termdates 2020/21 are also available to download.

The School Admission Policy

To arrange a visit around our school, please contact Mr Hinchliff, our Headteacher on 0114 248 7754, or email him on

Applications for admission are made to the Local Authority. If you would like to enquire about a place at our school, please contact:

  • Pupil Admissions Team on 0114 273 5766

Everything you need to know about School Admissions is on Sheffield City Council's website at the following links:

If you are new to Sheffield and would like a school place, please contact Children Missing Education Team on 0114 273 6462. You will be able to make an appointment to complete an application to apply for a school place.

Arrangements for Visiting the School

We always organise an introductory meeting for parents of the new September intake.

If you wish to visit the school you are very welcome to do so and we would ask you to telephone in advance in order to arrange a date and time which is mutually convenient.


Here at Brook House Junior School, we want every child to reach their full potential.

Good school attendance means that your child can make the most of their education, grow in confidence and make friends.

Please feel free to download the following documents:

Attendance Information for Parents.

Changes to the regulations for term-time holidays - Letter to parents.

Leave of Absence in Term Time Application Form.

School Office

Please feel free to download the following documents should you need to do so:

School Dinner Menu - Autumn Term 2019/20 (commences 04 November 2019).

Our school has chosen to supply uniform through their online service. Further details can be found on the following leaflets:

Your School Uniform - Welcome Pack.

Your School Uniform - New Starters.

Parent Pay

Parent Pay is an online payment service which is to be launched at Brook House in November / December 2017.

Our leaflet, An introduction to ParentPay explains how the new system works.


Our PTA group are called FOBBINS (Friends of Brook House and Beighton Infants).

The following booklet explains all about FOBBINS:


There is also a FOBBINS Facebook Page where you can find information on future events and details of how you can get involved with supporting our school.

Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)

The following are available to download:

Policy for Special Educational Needs 2019

SEND Information Report 2019/20

Further information is available from Sheffield City Council via the Sheffield Directory:

SEND - Local Offer: Support and services for children and young people

Parent Support

Sheffield Parent Support

Sheffield City Council's Sheffield Parenting Team run Parenting Programmes in Sheffield.

Their programme of Seminars, Discussion Groups and Group Parenting Programmes for Autumn 2019 (November 2019 - March 2020) is available to download.

Please contact school for advice and support in applying for one of theses courses

Sheffield Triple P Online (TPOL) - Now available citywide!

As part of Sheffield City Councils Parenting offer, Sheffield Parenting are now providing all Parents the opportunity to complete a programme called Triple P Online (TPOL).

There are 2 programmes available for Toddlers to Tweens (0 - 12) and Pre-teens & Teens (Teen)

More information: Leaflet | Powerpoint

To sign up:


Children and Young People's Mental Health

AIM Qualifications : Children and Young People's Mental Health.

Achieve a nationally recognised Level 2 qualification. Gain an understanding of risk factors which may affect the mental wellbeing of children and young people.

More information: Liam Duly - Online Qualifications Manager


Telephone: 01245 505226 | 07525 846868


Bereavement Help for Parents and Children

Child Bereavement UK

Telephone: 0800 02 888 40


National services include:

  • confidential information and support line for families and professionals when a child has died and when a child is bereaved
  • web discussion fora for families and for professionals
  • resources for bereaved children and young people, families and all professionals
  • training courses on bereavement for health care and other professionals

Cruse Bereavement Care


  • Freephone National Helpline: 0808 808 1766
  • Administration: 020 8939 9530

Websites: |

Many local branches of Cruse offer individual or group support for bereaved children. Those that are members of the Childhood Bereavement Network are listed in the map above: others can be accessed by ringing the helpline or visting the Cruse website.

Cruse has a special website for young people. A special feature of this site is a message board where young people can share their experiences and receive replies from trained young supporters.

Grief Encounter

Telephone: 0808 802 0111


National services include:

  • GriefTalk call, email or instant chat support for bereaved children and young people and those caring for them 9am-9pm Monday to Friday
  • resources for bereaved children and young people, families and professionals
  • training courses and bespoke training including Good Grief training course.

Winston's Wish

Telephone: Family Line 08088 020 021


National services include:

  • national helpline for all those caring for a child or young perso who has been bereaved
  • website with activities for children and young people and facility to ask questions of a trained clinician
  • programme of direct support for families bereaved through suicide, murder or manslaughter
  • resources including books and memory boxes
  • training courses and bespoke training.