The Brookfield Blog is a new venture to keep the parents and carers of our children in the loop with learning and achievement. It is also a way to celebrate our students’ work and for them to take pride in the outcomes they achieve.

We will be giving you an inside look into what’s happening in the classroom so you can share in the excitement and follow your child on their learning journey.

Our blog is a great way to keep you informed and to see what your child thinks of their learning. Each class will be responsible for completing a week’s worth of blog posts throughout the year. Featured classes will be listed in the newsletter so you’ll know when to check it out.

You will get to see highlights of pictures, pieces of work, children’s writing and their own opinions.

  • Year 1 The Tempest continued…
    by brookfieldprimary on December 13, 2017 at 4:18 pm

    Here are more of the impressions 1L had about putting on The Tempest as an assembly. […]

  • Year 1 The Tempest
    by brookfieldprimary on December 13, 2017 at 3:56 pm

    Year 1 have been studying The Tempest for the Autumn 2 half-term. They worked with the Shakespeare for Schools Company and put on an assembly on the 8th of December. Take a look at what they thought: &nbs […]

  • 3C’s Nrich Challenge!
    by brookfieldprimary on December 6, 2017 at 4:26 pm

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  • Infant Choir at Winter Fair
    by brookfieldprimary on December 6, 2017 at 3:26 pm

    I had the pleasure of working with these members of 2G on their Winter Fair blog post today. After we discussed their ideas, they worked completely independently to create this written piece. It was wonderful to see such amazing collaboration and how thoughtful they were about incorporating their friends’ ideas. Well done Layla, Nyah and … Continue reading "Infant Choir at Winter Fair" […]

  • Junior Choir at Winter Fair
    by brookfieldprimary on December 6, 2017 at 3:19 pm

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  • Year 6 – Shelters
    by brookfieldprimary on December 1, 2017 at 4:43 pm

    At The Imperial War Museum, we saw a Morrison and an Anderson shelter. They were on the second floor with all the other WW2 exhibits. Some families couldn’t afford a Morrison or Anderson shelter so they used the public train station to sleep. The Morrison shelter looked like a cage-sized, cramped sleeping area. We learned … Continue reading "Year 6 – Shelters" […]

  • Year 6 – Group activities
    by brookfieldprimary on December 1, 2017 at 4:36 pm

    On Wednesday the 29th of November we had a trip to a museum in the morning. Everyone was pumped! We took two trains on the underground and it was very long. When we got there we waited outside for some time because we had to wait for other schools to register with the museum. We … Continue reading "Year 6 – Group activities" […]

  • Year 6 – Spies
    by brookfieldprimary on December 1, 2017 at 4:26 pm

    On the 29th of November, year 6 visited the Imperial War Museum. Inside of the museum, one of our favourite parts was the spy section – on the third floor. We learned many things about spies like: how it isn’t all gadgets and guns, but actually quite gruesome. For example, if you were caught by … Continue reading "Year 6 – Spies" […]

  • Year 6 – Trenches
    by brookfieldprimary on December 1, 2017 at 4:24 pm

    On year 6’s trip to the Imperial War Museum, one of our favourite sections was the Trenches, in which some unlucky soldiers would have got stuck in knee-high mud. The trenches were used to shelter soldiers from enemy gun-fire. One of the reasons why we liked it so much was because we got to walk … Continue reading "Year 6 – Trenches" […]

  • Year 6 – Kamikazes in the War
    by brookfieldprimary on December 1, 2017 at 4:16 pm

    We went to the inspiring Imperial War Museum on Wednesday 29th November where we learnt tons of new things about the World Wars. Our favourite place to go was the Kamikaze exhibits (if you want to go there, it’s on floor 2). We also saw the Samurai swords. One sword was a very long sword … Continue reading "Year 6 – Kamikazes in the War" […]