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Spaces still available, please contact us to have a tour of the school.
“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”



We hope that, during this unusual and challenging time, we are all able to take some positives. Spending more time together as families, finding new ways to communicate and slowing down a little are some of the possible benefits, but we also know there are many worries to face. Children can be very perceptive, and this period of change will impact them too. The teachers are still here to answers your questions about school and your child’s wellbeing, but we have also added some resources here to help. There are activities around anxiety, relaxation, confidence, resilience and self-awareness. Have a look and work through any you think might help. More resources will follow, so check back. If you have any queries please do contact us.

Activities sheets for well-being:

Kooth is a mental health and wellbeing online platform for young people aged 10 to 16 across the whole of Kent. The service is free and can be accessed at It’s a place to get advice, information and support 24/7. Young people can chat to a friendly qualified counsellor Monday to Friday between 12 noon and 10pm and Saturday and Sunday between 6pm and 10pm.

Access or to learn about mental health and find tips and resources to keep emotionally healthy.

Text ChatHealth for support around physical and mental health on 07520 618850. The number is monitored Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.