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Welcome to Brookland Junior School

 

Headteacher:  Miss Jenny Aylen
Welcome to our school website. We hope it will give you a flavour of Brookland Junior School and some useful information.

Communication with the Brookland community, along with many exciting resources, can now be found on our FROG site.  This is an internal secure network.

Please don’t hesitate to contact Ms Pitsilledes or Ms Bikdeli direct with any queries on the email link below or on 020 8346 6937.

Our School

Brookland Junior School is a non-denominational community junior school for girls and boys between the ages of 7 and 11, maintained by the London Borough of Barnet. We are situated on the northern edge of Hampstead Garden Suburb in a residential area. Most pupils attend Brookland Infant School on the same site. The two schools have strong links to ensure that our children’s emotional, social and educational development progresses smoothly from 4-11. We have four year groups, with 3 classes of 30 in each year. 
 
The children benefit from a spacious, green setting which is screened from houses and roads. There is a large field and two playgrounds. We have excellent facilities and a small covered and heated swimming pool (April-October). 
 
Children achieve and progress very well and benefit from and enjoy a wide range of learning opportunities, enhanced by a variety of exciting events, activities and clubs. We have the advantage of children who share traditions from many cultures and countries.  We value and celebrate our similarities and differences. Brookland is a very caring community where each individual is respected and valued. 

Our Aims 

At Brookland Junior School we aim to develop each child’s full potential and to celebrate all aspects of achievement. To that end we aim:
  • To provide a supportive and happy learning environment where all children can achieve their best.
  • To develop fully children’s abilities and talents within the framework of a broad and challenging curriculum.
  • To develop an inclusive culture which meets individual needs and provides equality for all members of our community.
  • To encourage children to respect and value other members of the school and to interact positively with the wider community.
  • To provide a safe and secure environment which includes a clear framework for appropriate behaviour.
  • To foster spiritual and moral values and a sense of responsibility for the community and the environment.
  • To develop enquiring minds and the ability to question and discuss rationally.
  • To enable children to develop an aesthetic awareness and to provide opportunities for creativity.
  • To create an awareness of the need for a healthy lifestyle.
  • To work in partnership with all members of the school and wider communities.
  • To value the contribution of all members of staff and to support their professional development.
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