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“The whole school community feels cohesive, friendly and nurturing”
“The children are so happy and there is such a personal touch. So pleased we chose this school”
“I love the presence of the headteacher each morning and afternoon. Every teacher knows every child”
“Such a range of opportunities for all children – outdoor learning, sport, art, music, academic challenges”
“Brabourne excels in so many areas. The staff, the way the children are taught. The general feel of the school is warm and approachable”
“Every child is an individual. The children reach their potential with such supportive and encouraging teachers”
“I love the community spirit and nurturing ethos. A wonderful school”

Pupil Leaders

At Brabourne School we encourage our pupils to take an active role in leadership and  the chance to develop their teambuilding and strategic thinking skills.

We have several pupil groups across the school. These include:

The Eco Team

These pupils from Year 6 meet termly to discuss ways of making the school ‘greener’ and to discuss wider environmental issues. They also monitor the school for litter and make sure that electricity is not wasted, by turning lights off and ensuring that computers are not left on stand-by. They have met with the Mayor of Ashford to discuss matters relating to the environment.

The House Captains

These Year 6s are elected by the pupils to ‘serve’ their House Teams. They must deliver a speech to their houses before the election and they take on the role for a year. The House Captains independently organise inter-house activity days, such as dance, den building, sports, drama and other competitions. These days raise money for charities. The House Captains also help to line the younger children up at playtimes and monitor the corridors.

The School Council

We aim to give every pupil the chance to be on the school council during their time at Brabourne. The School Council meets once a term with the Headteacher and discusses ideas for improving the school. The School Council always gives brilliant ideas from the pupil perspective.

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