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Welcome to our school's website

Welcome to Brookvale Primary School website. We hope that you find all the information that you are looking for and that many of your questions can be answered.

At Brookvale Primary School we have high expectations for all children. We provide strong pastoral support and with a nurturing ethos we aim for all our children to move through school with confidence and self-belief. We offer children experiences that help build resilience, lifelong interests and happy memories. We work closely with parents, carers and governors and welcome your input as we are all on this journey together.

If you need any further information please do not hesitate to contact the school via email  sec.brookvale@haltonlearning.net or by telephone 01928 711401

Latest News - Identity Week 2023

We have just completed Identity Week, which celebrated the fact we are all unique. The whole school took part in many art activities including, art, dance, drama, music, poetry and film making. At the end of the week we all shared the amazing work at an assembly. Well done everyone! You should all be very proud to be YOU! 

Monthe in Year 1, performed a poem in front of the whole school to celebrate the fact we are all unique. I thought it was an important message and one that everyone needs to hear and remember. Here he is reading it.



Jake is one of our Year 6 children, who has been off school due to a long term illness and has spent most of his time at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital. So, our fabulous Y6 children along with Miss Knowles came up with the idea to raise money for Jake and his family by walking 14 miles. (14 miles is the distance from our school to Alder Hey Hospital) Over the week, our Y6 children walked each day (sometimes over 3 miles!) to reach the target mileage of 14 miles. Plus our sensational staff walked on the Saturday from school to Alder Hey covering the full 14 miles!

Along with Year 5’s Bake Sale who raised £267, took the overall funds to over £2700!

What the children and staff at Brookvale achieved was quite remarkable and demonstrated true community spirit and we hope that the money raised for Jake, can help with his recovery.



Our Year 4 children had the opportunity to work with The Woodland Trust and Tim Kirwen from Wilder Things to start the extensive tree planting progamme in Frodsham. The children planted the first 200 trees and the Woodland Trust hope to plant 30,000 trees by March 2024. Three of our children, Italia Crimp, Charlie Duckworth and Archie Hodnett were also interviewed by BBC Radio Merseyside and appeared on the Breakfast Show!  


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Our Y6 Buddies work with our younger children at lunch time to help them learn how to play and get on with one-another. They provide lots of different activities and are excellent role models for our KS1 children. 

A Tour of Our Learning Mentor's Room


This is our Learning Mentor's room. It is where Julia Shutt our Learning Mentor works with children either one to one, in small groups or classes. As you can see, it is a very tranquil and calm room with lots of resources to support our children with their mental wellbeing. Thanks to our Buddies for making this film. 


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Y6 children entered an inter-school orienteering competition and won! Everyone that took part showed great team spirit and sportsmanship. Well done Y6 you should all be very proud!

School News Feed
  • Event
    15 November 2023
    Christmas Performances 2023
    Good morning Parents and Carers, I am pleased to share with you the dates and some information regarding our planned Christmas performances this year. Tuesday 12th December at 1:30pm Nursery, Reception and KS1 will perform to Parents and Grandparents (ticket needed) Wednesday 13th December at 1:30pm Reception and KS1 will perform to Reception and KS1 Parents (ticket needed) Wednesday 13th December at 4:30pm KS2 will perform an outdoor Christingle Service on our school playground to KS2 parents (no ticket necessary) All children in Nursery, Reception and KS1 will receive two tickets but you can only attend one event, either Tuesday or Wednesday. We will be sending out a letter next week for parents in Reception and KS1 to choose either Tuesday 12th December or Wednesday 13th December performance. As nursery are only performing on Tuesday they will receive their tickets for this event only and do not need to apply for tickets. The tickets will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Kind regards Mr R Moore Headteacher Message sent from: brookvale Admin
  • General
    10 November 2023
    Area SEND inspection: survey information for parents and carers
    Good afternoon parents and Carers, This week, the Local Authority have been informed of an Area SEND inspection. As part of the inspection, we have been asked to share an online survey for parents and carers. Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission (CQC) are visiting the area, as part of an inspection. They will be looking at arrangements for children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND). They would like to hear your views about the support that your child receives, if they are SEND. You can provide your views by completing an online survey at the following link: https://ofsted.smartsurvey.co.uk/p/AreaSend/10284402 Kind regards Mr Moore Headteacher
  • General
    9 November 2023
    Anti-Bullying Week and Odd Socks Day - 13th November 2023
    Good afternoon Parents and Carers, Just a reminder that next week is Anti-Bullying Week and on Monday 13th November, it is Odd Socks Day. So, we would like everyone to come to school wearing odd socks, to highlight how unique we all are. In school, we will be doing a lot of work around anti-bullying. On our school website you will find a link on Julia's Page for you to download a Parent Pack from the Anti-Bullying Alliance. Kind regards Mr Moore Headteacher
  • Event
    27 October 2023
    Half Term Activities at Brookvale Community Centre
    Good morning Parents and Carers, Please find attached two flyers with details on some half term events taking place at Brookvale Children's Centre next week. Kind regards Mr R Moore
  • Important
    27 October 2023
    WhatsApp Safeguarding Message - IMPORTANT
    Dear Parents and Carers, This is something that needs to be brought to your attention straight away. There is a ‘WhatsApp’ group called ‘Add everyone you know’. Currently this group has over a 1000 participants and by being added to this group, a child will have shared their phone number with over a 1000 people that they do not know. This is causing a significant risk of them being contacted by anyone and targeted for grooming as the group is sharing images of a sexual nature. I have been made aware this late last night that some of our local schools children have been added to this group. I know some high schools have informed their parents and the police have advised them to ask parents/carers to check their child’s phone and remove them if they are part of this group. I would strongly advise that you change the settings on your child’s WhatsApp account to My contacts except and have only family and one or two close friends able to add them automatically to groups. I have attached a guide on how to do this, and here is the link to the website with full details on privacy settings: https://www.internetmatters.org/parental-controls/social-media/whatsapp/#:~:text=To%20manage%20privacy%20settings%3A,relevant%20settings%20to%20customise%20them If your child is in a younger year group and has access to WhatsApp, please let us know so that we can monitor the situation closely. If you have any queries please don’t hesitate to contact me or a member of staff. Kind regards Mr R Moore Headteacher
  • Event
    25 October 2023
    Coffee Morning 26th October
    Good morning Parents and Carers, Just a reminder that Sue and Julia are holding another coffee morning tomorrow, Thursday 26th October at 9:00am. We had a really good turn out last time, so it will be good to see more parents in the morning. Kind regards Mr R Moore
  • General
    19 October 2023
    A few Messages and Reminders
    Good afternoon Parents and Carers, Parents' Evening If you have not already booked your Parents' evening slot for next week, please check your schoolping and use the online booking form. Parents' evening is next Tuesday 24th and Wednesday 25th October. Half Term Reminder that we finish on Friday 27th October at 2:15pm. School re-opens on Monday 6th November at 8:45am. Scooters and Bikes and Playground Reminder that there should not be any bikes or scooters on the playground during morning drop off or at 3:15pm pick up, as we do not want any collisions or any child or adult being hurt. The football pen, woodland walk and climbing area are also out of bounds at the beginning and the end of the day. Mobile Phones Y5 and Y6 It has come to our attention that some Y5 and Y6 children are coming to school and using their mobile phones on the playground before they come into school to look at videos and other apps. Currently, Y5 and Y6 children are allowed to bring their mobiles only to use at the end of the day, if they need to contact parents on their way home to check they are on their way. If children continue to use phones inappropriately on the playground before school, we may need to reconsider allowing them into school completely. History Lesson Parent Visits Many thanks to all the parents who have managed to come along to our history lessons this week, we hope you enjoyed it and we are planning further sessions throughout the year. Kind regards Mr R Moore Headteacher
  • Newsletter
    3 October 2023
    Good afternoon Parents and Carers, Please find attached September Newsletter. Kind regards Mr R Moore
  • Event
    27 September 2023
    Coffee Morning Reminder
    Good morning Parents and Carers, Just a reminder that we have our first ever coffee morning for parents on Thursday 28th September at 9:00am. Julia and Sue are looking forward to meeting you. Kind regards Mr R Moore
  • Important
    18 September 2023
    Nut Aware School
    Good morning Parents and Carers, As a school we want to try to ensure that all children can learn in a safe and healthy environment. We are also a food allergy aware school and staff undertake allergy training annually. There are a considerable number of children at our school who have severe food allergies. The most common of these allergens are peanuts, tree nuts, eggs, fish and shellfish, soy and wheat. The most serious risk in our school is nut allergies which can cause life threatening anaphylactic reactions to some of our children. Therefore, as a school, we have put in place a 'Nut Aware' policy which will mean that as of tomorrow there will be no nut based foods allowed in school. Staff, Parents and Carers are requested NOT to send or bring food to school that contains nuts (especially peanuts). This includes all types of nuts, peanut butter, Nutella and food containing nuts. For example: • Packs of nuts • Peanut butter sandwiches • Nutella/ Chocolate Spread sandwiches • Fruit and cereal bars that contain nuts ie tracker bars • Chocolate bars or sweets that contain nuts • Sesame seed rolls (children allergic to nuts may also have a severe reaction to sesame) • Cakes made with nuts Staff will be alert to any obvious signs of nuts being brought in, but they will not inspect all food brought into school. If staff do notice a child that has brought in food that contains nuts or nut products these items will be removed and if required an alternative will be provided from the school kitchen. A copy of the policy will be available on the school website. Thank you for your support with this important matter. Kind regards Mr R Moore Headteacher
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