Newsletter 25th November

Key EventsDates
Brookfield achievements and priorities with Laurel (Headteacher) and Jo (Chair of Governors)Tuesday 29th November 9am
Year 5 and 6 Hegarty Maths parent workshop with Lucy, bottom hallWednesday 30th November, 9-9.30am
Coffee Morning Positive Body Image & Self-EsteemThursday 1st December
INSET day- school closedFriday 2nd December
Winter FairSaturday 3rd December 12-3pm
Year 6 Parliament Hill to see Sister Act*Monday 5th December
Year 3 Petrie MuseumTuesday 6th December
Willow FAB Dance Session*Tuesday 6th December 11.45am
Ash FAB Dance Session*Tuesday 6th December 2.30pm
Christmas Jumper DayThursday 8th December
Infants Carol concert at St Mary Brookfield ChurchThursday 8th December 10am
Juniors Carol concert at St Mary Brookfield ChurchThursday 8th December 2.15pm
Brookfield Fun Run*Sunday 11th December 9.45am
Year 2 Nativity PlayTuesday 13th December 2.30pm
West Africa Drumming Session Ash/Willow ClassWednesday 14th December 2pm/3pm
Elm FAB Dance Session*Wednesday 14th December 11.45am
Oak FAB Dance Session*Wednesday 14th December 2.30pm
School Christmas DinnerWednesday 14th December
Reception Festive Songs Performance*Wednesday 14th December 2.30-3pm
Nursery Festive Songs Performance*Friday 16th December 12.30 – 1pm
School closes, end of Autumn termFriday 16th December
* New items

Laurel’s Update

On Tuesday morning at 9am, I am looking forward to welcoming you to school to hear about Brookfield’s achievements and plans for 2023 and beyond. Our Chair of Governors, Jo Cooke, and the PTA will be there to talk about fundraising opportunities. You can share your suggestions and enjoy some refreshments. Younger siblings can come too and we will have books and toys available for them. Please note that the planned evening version of this event has been moved to avoid a clash with the England football match.

It’s just over a week to go until the Winter Fair (our first full Winter Fair since 2019), and there are lots of exciting things going on. Please read the All you need to know‘ page here, which has details of stalls, how you can help / donate, and how to sign your child up for Santa’s Grotto (free places for children eligible for Pupil Premium). 

Please, please do what you can: the Fair only works if we have enough helpers. There are many things you can do – bake for the World Bakery, donate some books or toys, find something for the raffle, fill a jam jar, help set up a stall – but MOST importantly, please do come and have fun. There are lots of free things as well as some fantastic things to buy, do, eat and drink.